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BostonLegalS01E10HiredGunsHDTVXviD-LolEng

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    Bells will be ringing.

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    The sad, sad news

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    Oh, what a Christmas

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    to have the blues

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    My baby's gone

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    I have no friends

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    to wish me greetings

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    once again

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    Choirs will be singing

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    Silent night

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    Christmas carols

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    Ooh by candlelight

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    Please come home for Christmas

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    So do I get my kiss or not?

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    Tara, the way mistletoe works is

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    the one standing under it is the one to receive.

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    Well, I prefer to meet in the middle.

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    Well, I do enjoy your middle tremendously,

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    but a kiss really is more traditional.

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    Oh, and the anticipation is pure.

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    - Sally.

    - Hi.

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    The last thing I want to do is come between all that collagen,

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    but, Alan, we have a little problem,

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    and like it or not, you're probably the best man to fix it.

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    This is Carmen Flores. She works in housekeeping here.

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    Her ex-husband kidnapped her two children.

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    This is the third Christmas he's done so.

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    He brings them to Peru,

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    when it's Carmen who has legal custody of them for the holidays.

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    Can't you just go to the judge?

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    She did that last year,

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    and it cost her a fortune. The judge held him in contempt for a day.

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    He said it's worth it to spend Christmas with his kids in Peru.

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    His flight leaves tomorrow night.

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    I thought maybe you could think of something.

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    Didn't you used to be a lawyer, Sally?

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    Oh, I apologize. There go my lips again.

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    Must be all that collagen.

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    Ladies. Perhaps you two should kiss in the name of Christmas.

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    Sorry, Sally.

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    Incredible dress, by the way.

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    I hate you.

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    Ah, Alan.

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    Mistletoe.

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    Whatever.

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    She came home that evening at 9:30,

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    catching an early flight to surprise her husband.

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    But it was the defendant who was surprised.

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    Susan May discovered her husband Ralph

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    making love to a business associate, Marie Holcomb,

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    and it was more than she could bear.

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    The evidence will show that the defendant

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    retrieved a handgun from the kitchen,

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    returned to the bedroom, and fired six shots,

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    three into her husband, three into Marie Holcomb.

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    This is the holiday season.

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    You people should be home with your families right now.

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    I apologize for that.

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Marie Holcomb's mother and father fly here every December from the west coast.

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    This time, it's to attend the trial of their daughter's killer.

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    Susan May destroyed a lot of happy plans with that gun.

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    Get in Christmas.

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    Sorry?

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    Christmas is ours and Susan's. Don't let him claim it.

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    I, too, would like to apologize

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    for taking you away from your families during this holiday season.

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    That's Susan's family seated over there.

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    They would dearly love to be home with her.

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    She would dearly love to be home with them.

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    Imagine, if you can,

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    as yo

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    Add to that the horror that the police can't figure out who did it,

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    and then, if you can possibly fathom,

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    imagine they decide to arrest you.

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    That's your defendant, ladies and gentlemen,

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    a law-abiding, loving, faithful advertising executive,

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    an innocent woman whose whole life was just suddenly and wrongly destroyed.

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    That's your defendant,

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    and that's what the evidence will show.

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    I, I report police twice,

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    and they say domestic.

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    He returned the children both times after Christmas.

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    Yes.

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    This why police say it is for court to decide.

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    No one involved.

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    Ah, Denny. This is Carmen Flores.

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    She works here in housekeeping.

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    Excellent. Why do I care?

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    Perhaps you don't.

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    First off, let me say how incredible you were last night.

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    The whole office is still...

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    stunned.

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    Thank you.

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    Now, on a topic far removed from you and therefore much less entertaining,

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    though of some import to Carmen,

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    her children have been snatched by her ex-husband.

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    Who do you know at the Boston police department?

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    I know everybody.

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    You hear that, Carmen? The man knows everybody.

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    Her story didn't check out. It's as simple as that.

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    That story she gave you was...

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    She came home, found them dead in bed.

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    Was there evidence of anyone other than the victims or the defendant

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    being in the house that night?

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    None.

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    And, detective, describe for the jury if you can

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    the defendant's demeanor when you arrived at the scene that night.

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    She seemed pretty shook up.

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    There was blood all over her.

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    She claimed she got the blood on her

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    when she went to her husband side to see if she could revive him.

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    And you don't believe that.

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    I'm sorry.

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    It seems the detective is more than willing to give testimony against my client.

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    You don't really need to lead him.

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    Sustained.

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    Did you believe the defendant's claim?

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No. It was determined that she was standing approximately 5 feet away

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    when she fired the gun.

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    I'm sorry. I hate to be a nuisance,

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    but did I miss the point where you said she fired the gun?

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    Sustained.

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    Detective, what, if anything,

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    led you to believe that the defendant fired the gun?

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    We dida trace metal test which revealed she held the gun,

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    and her fingerprints were on the gun.

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    Anything else?

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    We know her driver dropped her off at 9:30 P.M.

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    She called the police at 11:07,

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    and she told us she discovered the bodies

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    soon after she entered the house.

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    If so, why did she wait an hour and a half to call the police?

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    As I said, her story just didn't add up.

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    We applied all our mental faculties just the same

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    and concluded your client committed the crime.

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    Well, you concluded pretty quickly, I might add.

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    You placed her under arrest the next day.

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    By the way, was the spatter analysis done in a day?

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    No. That came in later.

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    I see. So when you placed Susan May under arrest, you were going on...

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    Her fingerprints were on the gun, for starters.

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    It was her gun, was it not?

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    The fingerprints were fresh.

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    Got there, perhaps, when she picked the gun up after?

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    We also had motive, her evasive demeanor.

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    She called the police, did she not?

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