Captain West, USN, Judge Advocate General Corps tells Lieutenant Commander JoAnne Galloway, USN, JAG Corps, "Don’t worry about it." (0:07)
Lieutenant Dave Spradling, USN, JAG Corps tells Lieutenant (junior grade) Daniel Kaffee, USN, JAG Corps, "I’m gonna charge him with possession and being under the influence on duty."
”Yeah, well your client thought it was marijuana.”
Kaffee: ”My client’s a moron.” (0:08)
His assistant, Lieutenant Sam Weinberg, USN, JAG Corps asks Kaffee, "You got Dramamine?"
Kaffee: ”Dramamine keeps you cool?”
Weinberg: ”No, Dramamine keeps you from throwing up.”
Kaffee: ”I don’t think Dramamine will help.” (0:33)
Kaffee tells driver Corporal Jeffrey Owen Barnes, USMC, "I’m just not that crazy about boats." (0:35)
Kaffee tells Colonel Nathan R. Jessup, USMC, referring to his father Lionel Kaffee, "He passed away seven years ago, sir." (0:37)
Jessup tells Galloway, "I’m a fair guy, but this... heat is making me absolutely crazy... I eat breakfast 300 yards from 4,000 Cubans who are trained to kill me, so don't think for one second that you can come down here, flash a badge and make me nervous." (0:43)
Galloway tells Kaffee, "Don’t worry." (0:47)
Kaffee tells Galloway, referring to prosecutor Captain Jack Ross, USMC, Judge Advocate Division, "As it is, Jack has enough to worry about..." (0:49)
Commander (Dr.) Stone, USN, MC, on the witness stand: "There would still be symptoms, though."
Kaffee: ”What kind of symptoms?” (1:15)
Weinberg tells Galloway, "Don’t worry about the doctor." (1:19)
Galloway tells Kaffee, "My third case was a drunk and disorderly." (1:21)
Kaffee tells Galloway, "Jo, don’t be crazy about this." (1:28)
Kaffee tells witness platoon commander First Lieutenant Jonathan James Kendrick, USMC, "I mean, surely a Marine of Dawson’s intelligence can be trusted to determine..." (1:35)
Markinson kills himself with his service pistol. (1:39)
Kaffee tells Galloway, "Don’t worry about it."
Galloway: ”Are you drunk?”
Kaffee, referring to Markinson: ”It’s not like he hanged himself by his shoelaces or slashed his wrists with a concealed butter knife... This guy... fired a bullet into his mouth.”
Galloway: ”You had an instinct...” (1:43)
Galloway tells Kaffee, referring to his baseball bat, "I was tripping on it." (1:51)
Kaffee addresses the court: "I just wasn’t sure the witness was aware that two days ago the colonel took his own life with a .45 caliber pistol."
Jessup testifies, ”... I’m afraid I can’t speak intelligently about the travel habits of William Santiago.” (1:55)