Detective Frank Tripp: You've racked up no less than nine complaints from your neighbors about early morning ruckus.
Steven Corbett: And every one of those was rejected. I abide by the city regs. My workers don't start till eight a.m. Besides, both my next door neighbors party till four in the morning. Nobody does anything when I complain about that noise.
Detective Frank Tripp: So you decided to throw one of your neighbors into the wood chipper?
Steven Corbett: What?
Steven Corbett: Yeah, in the middle of the day.
Detective Frank Tripp: The wood chipper guy was the only guy scheduled to work here today, wasn't he?
Calleigh Duquesne: And Mr. Corbett, you did know that he leaves it on during break? It gives you access to the murder weapon.
Steven Corbett: Well, I've been home all morning.
Calleigh Duquesne: The murder took place at your home.
Steven Corbett: I meant I haven't left my house.
Calleigh Duquesne: Is there anyone who can confirm that?
Steven Corbett: Oh, yeah. My lawyer.