Lawyer Thurgood Marshall argues, referring to his client, "Delirious with exhaustion and pain, Billy Lyons confessed to a crime he did not commit." (0:03)
Lawyer Sam Friedman tells lawyer Tad Lancaster, "My brother is an absolute idiot." (0:08)
Prosecutor Willis asks witness Dr. Sayer, referring to Mrs. Strubing, "What was her mental state during all of this?" (0:53)
Marshall tells Friedman, "You panicked up there like an amateur." (0:58)
Defendant Joseph spell answers Marshall, "Because I was confused."
Marshall: ”... you're just going to say you were confused?” (1:16)
Spell answers Friedman, referring to Strubing and her husband, "She told me he beats her."
”She started panicking.” (1:28)
Willis asks the jury, "Did this decent, intelligent, church-going woman... engage in voluntary sexual relations with her negro servant and then jump into the water, for what?... to stalk more victims..." (1:39)
Friedman asks the jury, "As the evening goes on she becomes panicked that they will be discovered."
Marshall tells Friedman, ”With her zeal to end her life gone, her only escape, she must accuse him.” (1:42)