Oliver Gates: I need to report a rape.
Detective Elliot Stabler: One of your clients take advantage of you, Mr. Gates?
Olivia Benson: [When it's revealed that Cassandra Sullivan\Denise Pickering had been involved with other high school boys] Riley wasn't the love of your life. You didn't love any of them.
Cassandra Sullivan: I did. I loved them all.
Detective Elliot Stabler: So why'd you leave them?
Cassandra Sullivan: They got older. I didn't.
Casey Novak: Scott Heston cleans up nicely. He looks like a choir boy today. You should have seen him on the night of March 28th when he was pummeling Riley Cuskey with fluorescent light tubes, thumbtacks, chairs, and a bat wrapped in barbed wire. It's hard to imagine, isn't it? Luckily, you don't have to because he videotaped it. You get to watch him actually wielding those deadly weapons and you'll see him acting with reckless disregard for human life. Engaging in acts that brought about the death of Riley Cuskey.
Detective Elliot Stabler: [to Scott Heston's friends] You boys be careful. Scotty's friendships don't end too well.
Dr. Merrins: [to Olivia about Cassandra] Um, Detective, this is somewhat awkward, but I'm not sure who I should report it to.
Olivia Benson: Report what?
Dr. Merrins: The admission records say she's 16.
Olivia Benson: Yeah, she is.
Dr. Merrins: On the X-ray of her jaw, I noticed she didn't have any buds.
Olivia Benson: Sorry, what are buds?
Dr. Merrins: Undescended wisdom teeth. They don't come in until you reach adulthood.
Olivia Benson: Right.
Dr. Merrins: When I was wiring her, I noticed that she had scars where her wisdom teeth had been extracted.
Olivia Benson: So what does that mean?
Dr. Merrins: Cassandra can't be 16. Judging from how well the scars are healed over, I'd say she has to be in her mid to late 20s.
John Munch: [When the detectives discover a photo of Cassandra] That's Cassandra Sullivan.
Donald Cragen: Well, Allentown Warner High knew her as little Loretta Sheridan. I guess she didn't like that name.
Detective Elliot Stabler: [When it's revealed that Cassandra lied about her age and identity] Well, whatever your name is. You're over 21, right?
Cassandra Sullivan: [through her wired jaw] No!
Olivia Benson: How long have you been doing this?
Detective Elliot Stabler: Why have you been doing this? I hated tenth grade.
Detective Elliot Stabler: [about Cassandra Sullivan's true identity] Denise Pickering, arrested for shoplifting in Detroit.
Casey Novak: Who's Denise Pickering?
Detective Elliot Stabler: Cassandra Sullivan. AKA Loretta Sheridan, AKA who knows who else?
Casey Novak: She was 16 at the time of her arrest? That makes her 28 now.
Olivia Benson: Gotta give her one thing. She does look good for her age.
Detective Elliot Stabler: The address listed on the report, that was her very first foster family. Child services had removed her from an abusive home.
Olivia Benson: Foster mom said that she was in bad shape when she came in, but a happy kid by the time she aged out at 18.
Casey Novak: So happy she didn't want to leave apparently. So, what, she just went from state to state sneaking back into foster care for the next 12 years?
Olivia Benson: I think so.
Casey Novak: Does she realize she could go to jail for theft over this? She's fraudulently been receiving a free education and free foster care from the state.
Detective Elliot Stabler: I think our biggest problem is we have a grown woman attending high school with a bunch of kids.
Casey Novak: Not anymore. Yank her out and notify A.C.S. to cut all services.
Olivia Benson: What is gonna happen to her? Because I think psychologically, she still is a kid. She's never taken care of herself.
Casey Novak: Well, she's pushing 30. It's time to grow up, but I'll help her find some counseling.
Cassandra Sullivan: [to Novak] They kicked me out of school, out of foster care. Everything I own in the world is in those two garbage bags. If you hadn't gotten me into this shelter, I'd be living on the street.
Casey Novak: I want you to take the plea.
Cassandra Sullivan: I didn't rape anybody.
Casey Novak: Technically, you did.
Cassandra Sullivan: I'm only 16.
Casey Novak: You're gonna have to drop that act, Denise.
Cassandra Sullivan: My name is Cassandra.
Cassandra Sullivan: [to Scott during court] On the one night in question, did I make a pass at you?
Scott Heston: Yes. You wrapped your arms around me and pressed your body against mine.
Cassandra Sullivan: I was crying on your shoulder.
Judge Walter Bradley: Make that a question, Miss Pickering.
Cassandra Sullivan: That's not my name.
Scott Heston: You were crying over my friend Riley who had just dumped your skanky ass.
Cassandra Sullivan: Objection!
Judge Walter Bradley: You can't object, Miss Pickering.
Judge Walter Bradley: Watch your language, Mr. Heston.
Cassandra Sullivan: [to her former foster mother] They dumped me on the street. I had no place to go.
Jeannie Hayes: That wasn't me. It was the system. They cut off the money. I'm sorry. I'm sorry I couldn't afford to keep you.
Cassandra Sullivan: I was 18. No one prepared me to go out in the world alone. You were the first person who ever took care of me. I really just wanted that back.