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State Attorney Allard Keene (Character)
from "L.A. Law" (1986)
Federal Judge Jackson: Mr. Keene?
State Attorney Allard Keene: Your Honors, there is absolutely no indication that this new evidence would have made any difference. The jury heard ad nauseam that Mr. Rodriguez was a user of methedrine.
Federal Judge Constance Gregg: Uh, Mr. Keene, excuse me.
[Judge Gregg takes off her glasses and speaks with Mr. Sifuentes]
Federal Judge Constance Gregg: Mr. Sifuentes, as compelling as your argument may have been, this study does not constitute substantial new evidence, and as we previously stated, your personal relationship with Hector Rodriguez is simply not relevant. Your application for an emergency stay is denied. You can try your luck with the Supreme Court, but we're not interfering with the execution.
Victor Sifuentes: You haven't seen the evidence yet, Your Honor...
Federal Judge Constance Gregg: Mr. Sifuentes, that's enough.
Victor Sifuentes: No, it's not enough. Look, I don't care how damn busy your schedules are.
Federal Judge Jackson: One more word, counselor, and you're in contempt.
Victor Sifuentes: He is off the drugs!
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