Seeking Justice (2011)
Will Gerard: He just scratched the surface and I thought someone should finish it.
Gibbs: I'll give it a look.
Gibbs: The hungry rabbit jumps, eh?
Alan Marsh: What does "the hungry rabbit jumps" mean?
Bourdette: It's not what a lawyer tells me I must do, but it's what humanity, reason, and justice tell me I ought to do. Edmund Burke said it. Hungry: humanity, rabbit: reason, jumps: justice.
Alan Marsh: Are you wasting my time, Bourdette? Are you wasting my time?
Bourdette: If they find out I'm talking to you, they'll... they'll kill me.
Alan Marsh: Tell me how it works.
Simon: Well, if we hand him over to the police it'll take at least six months for DNA tests to be completed. Ultimately there'd be a trial, and your wife, assuming she didn't drop the charges, would be dragged through this nightmare over and over. She'd be in court, she'd be questioned by lawyers. Even if the D.A. gets a conviction, which is not guaranteed, a rapist can serve as little as eleven months, which is half the time you get for tax evasion.
Newspaper Woman: [caught rifling through reporter's desk] Hey. In a hyphenated compound situation, do you capitalize the second word?
Will Gerard: Only if it's a noun, and the words have equal weight. Like, Homeland Security. If it's a participle modifying the first word, then... you better keep it lower case.
Newspaper Woman: Oh, yeah, that makes sense. Thanks.