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Dr. Jack Gramm
: The legal distinction between sanity and insanity rests upon what?
[class recites "Free will"
] Dr. Jack Gramm
: The concept of free will. And what is the most important thing one should remember when entering the courtroom? Lauren Douglas
: That insanity is a legal concept. It's not a medical or psychiatric term, but despite the fact that insanity's a legal concept, it doesn't mean that someone's not sick. Dr. Jack Gramm
: Yes, Lauren. Of all the serial killers that I've interviewed and studied, which include our boy Bundy here, Dahmer, Gacy - none of them were legally insane. That's not to say they were normal. Mike Stempt
: I could argue that they couldn't help themselves precisely because of their mental disorders. Dr. Jack Gramm
: Well, if you want to argue Mike, the school of law is across campus.
: Punctual, Dr. Gramm. I'm gonna give you a B+ for effort.
: God, I wish Forster could see your face! You look so totally clueless!
: You see Jacko, I'm a true believer. Dr. Jack Gramm
: Well, you better believe that there's an FBI agent with a gun pointed right at your head at this moment. Believe it.