Clint Glover: Remind us how long you've been a detective.
Detective Nina Cassady: Eight months.
Clint Glover: Eight short months. Detective Cassady, two days... two days before you arrested Senator Bailey, you lashed out at him in an interview, isn't that right?
Detective Nina Cassady: I did not lash out. I... responded to him calling me a pissy bitch.
Clint Glover: You responded by losing your cool to the point that your superior officer removed you from the room.
Detective Nina Cassady: My lieutenant asked me to leave when Mr. Bailey started ranting and breaking furniture and had to be restrained by three police officers.
Clint Glover: But it must have been humiliating, wasn't it? To be given a time-out by your boss?
Clint Glover: No? You wanted to get back at my client, didn't you? And you got that chance two days later when you found him defending his life. That's when you decided to frame him for murder.
Detective Nina Cassady: Mr. Glover, if I really had it in for your client, I could have dropped him with a justifiable shooting when I found him stabbing his own daughter to death. But I didn't, because I exercised the control I learned in my training. That control is why your client is alive today.