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Reddick/Boseman took an $800,000 bribe

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from a client.

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It might be in trouble.

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I don't want you to get in trouble.

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Okay.

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Thanks.

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- Hey.
- Hey.

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What's wrong?

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Colin Morello was just in my office...

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warning me to stay away
from the firm's finances

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because... we took an $800,000 bribe.

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That's what I told my dad.

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I know.

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Look, I know your first
instinct would be to call him,

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- but for the firm...
- We need to tell the partners.

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I'm Mike Kresteva,

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head of the DOJ task force, and...

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I'm Spencer Zschau, Assistant
United States Attorney.

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This firm is responsible
for several major crimes,

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but we're gonna start by
focusing on just two of them...

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bribery and tax evasion.

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One of the name partners in the firm,

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Adrian Boseman, accepted
an $800,000 bribe

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to help a client evade taxes.

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Now, remember the burden of
proof on a grand jury is low.

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Your job is merely to
indict, not to convict.

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So please keep in mind
you don't need to believe

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beyond a reasonable doubt.

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You only need to believe
that the accused...

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could have committed a crime.

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Miss Tascioni, this is an order

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from a federal magistrate compelling you

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to assist in our investigation.

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Mike. Hi.

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Well, come on in.

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Sorry, I don't
have enough... chairs.

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Are you here to arrest me?

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No. We're here to confiscate that.

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Ada, erase history. Purge all files.

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Understood. Activating.

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Congratulations, you just
tampered with evidence.

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The Purge is a horror/sci-fi thriller

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premiering in 2013,

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starring Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey...

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Ada, no! Cancel!

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As the independent observer,

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this conversation is determined
to be "not privileged."

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You're enjoying this.

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No, I'm working with you.

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I want you to succeed.

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What were you asking about Kresteva?

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Okay...

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What?

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- Yeah.
- Listen.

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But yes, this problem
should be an easy fix.

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Just back-date receipts.

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The important thing is that
Kresteva believes Travis exists.

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Just tell me what this is about.

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Sit down.

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What's going on?

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I gave you everything you needed.

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Are you working with them?

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Am I working with them? Who's them?

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The Reddick/Boseman defense team.

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Are you helping your daughter
feed us false information?

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No. What are you talking about?

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Travis Leopold. There was no bribe.

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He doesn't exist.

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Ms. Tascioni admitted it

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on her Ada device.

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Here are the two options.

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Either you're working with them,

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or your daughter knew
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and misled you.

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I have to see her.

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No. She can see you in prison.

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- We're having your bail revoked.
- Wait, wait, wait.

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Let me find out what happened.

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- I can't trust you.
- Please.

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I just need to talk to her.

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You'll record it?

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- Hi.
- Hi.

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- Do we have company?
- Yes.

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Your dad's here.

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He's in the bathroom. Here.

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- What's this?
- Rum and coke.

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How long has he been here?

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15 minutes.

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What have you guys been speaking ab...

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Shit.

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What? What's wrong?

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Will you keep him occupied?

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Okay.

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Henry... are you sure
you don't want a drink?

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No, I don't think it's
a good idea with my bail.

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Maia. How are you?

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Dad. Good.

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Will you give me a sec?

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Your apartment looks beautiful, Amy.

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Thank you.

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We may have to move in a month or two.

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Why's that?

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Money, Dad.

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I'm sorry.

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Why don't I let you two talk.

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- Good to see you, Amy.
- You, too, Henry.

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We should talk.

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We did.

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Yes.

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But once more.

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Tell me when we're being honest, Dad,

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and I'll be sure to switch over.

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You didn't trust me.

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You told me a lie last time.

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There was no bribery at your firm.

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My God. My God!

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This is a farce, Dad.

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You were wearing a wire.

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If I told you a lie, there was a reason.

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Talk to me like I'm your daughter, okay?

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I am right here.

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It's not what you think.

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Why isn't it?

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Okay.

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Here we are.

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I'm not doing this to save my skin.

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- They're coming after you.
- For what?

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The foundation.

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Your signature on the transferred funds.

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They were forged.

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Honey, I don't think
they'll believe that.

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You're saying you were
recording our conversations

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and using them against my law firm

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out of some clear concern for me?

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Yes.

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The Feds are threatening
to prosecute you.

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- They're lying.
- No, they're not.

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My God, then don't fucking use me

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to clear your conscience, Dad.

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You want to make a deal
for yourself, do it.

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Don't do it for me.

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They discovered the lie
on your lawyer's recording.

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They found out the bribery was made up.

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Why do I trust you, Dad?

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Because in, um,

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in ten minutes,

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your partners will be subpoenaed.

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Tomorrow they'll be dragged
in front of the grand jury.

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Kresteva doesn't care
about a conviction.

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All he wants is an indictment

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to destroy your firm.

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There are five essential French sauces.

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If you are to learn French cuisine,

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these are foundational.

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Now, that is a beautiful
velout, Adrian.

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Merci.

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Everyone, come and look
at Adrian's work here.

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This is what you want to imitate.

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- Mr. Boseman.
- Oui.

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You've been served.

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I'm glad you called me.

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I was thinking about
college just yesterday.

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How we were gonna rule the world...

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Which you basically did, didn't you?

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Hi.

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Hi. Are there any specials?

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I don't know. I didn't see the board.

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I'm not your waiter.

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Barbara Kolstad, you've been served.

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Eight partners subpoenaed,
four associates.

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He's got nothing on us.

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- He has no case.
- He doesn't need one, Barbara.

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He'll still drag us in
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scream "RICO."

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He gets his indictment no matter what.

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- I agree.
- You do?

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Yes.

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Grand juries always indict.

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Unless it's a police brutality case.

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And then there's the additional problem

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that Kresteva no longer
believes our bribery story.

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So what do we do?

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Well, he doesn't want a conviction.

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I like those earrings.

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- Especially the shape.
- Thanks?

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I wish I could wear earrings like that,

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- but they make my face droopy.
- Elsbeth.

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Right. Sorry. You're amazing.

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Um, he wants to bankrupt you.

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Right. I got a call
from the Paisley Group.

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There was a federal
agent over there yesterday

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asking questions about us.

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He's trying to scare off our clients.

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What?

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- What?
- No, you. What?

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- You were about to say something.
- No, I just...

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I'm not sure if this helps, but...

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Kresteva's boss, the
assistant attorney general,

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was concerned that the
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racist.

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How do you know that?

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I... I just know.

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That's a possibility.

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What's a possibility?

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Well, I don't want to say it.

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We're an African-American firm

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being persecuted by a
majority white department?

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You want us to turn
our answers toward race?

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Yes.

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The only way to prevent an indictment

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is to close down the grand jury.

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And the only way to
close down the grand jury

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is to convince Wilbur Dincon,

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the assistant attorney general,
it's not in his interest.

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And the only way to convince
him it's not in his interest

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is to turn our answers toward race.

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Yep. We have an audience of one:

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Wilbur Dincon.

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Barbara, what do you think?

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About using race?

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Well, it is about race.

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Adrian Boseman.

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I'm an attorney with the firm
of Reddick, Boseman & Kolstad,

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the largest African-American
firm in the Midwest.

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Named by American Lawyer
as one of the top ten

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black firms in the country.

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You finished?

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Yeah.

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Mr. Boseman, how long have
you practiced law in Chicago?

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35 years.

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I was sworn in by
Mayor Harold Washington,

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the city's first and,
so far, only black mayor.

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I actually keep a photograph
of him in my pocket just to...

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remind me of the
struggles of black people

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who've come before and...

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paved the way for me.

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Okay, thank you.

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Would you agree that suing
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has been a major income
stream for your firm?

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I agree that our firm,

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as a majority-owned
African-American firm...

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Ma'am, I didn't ask
about your racial makeup.

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Yes, but you did ask me
to answer in my own words,

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and these are my own words.

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- Please, continue.
- Thank you.

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As I said,

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there's no mistaking that, as
an African-American owned firm...

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"Certain victims feel
more comfortable coming to us"

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"than to a majority Caucasian firm."

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"Again, this
is not about race, ma'am."

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"You asked for context, sir,"

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"and the context involves the
racial makeup of our firm."

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What the hell is going on?

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You were supposed to
stay away from race.

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We are. We're not the ones
taking it there, they are.

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I don't care who is.

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- It's looking like a persecution.
- It's a tactic.

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Well, then, go around it.

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You need to make it clear

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that this is not about race.

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Vita voglio essere uno squalo.

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Nella mia prossima vita
voglio essere uno squalo.

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What's that?

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- Italian.
- Why?

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00:14:17,441 --> 00:14:19,533
I always wanted to learn Italian.

266
00:14:19,740 --> 00:14:22,199
You are an odd child.

267
00:14:22,783 --> 00:14:24,358
You know what I'm saying?

268
00:14:25,604 --> 00:14:27,973
"In my next life, I want
to come back as a shark."

269
00:14:29,442 --> 00:14:31,692
Great. Makes sense to me.

270
00:14:34,488 --> 00:14:35,777
Hi.

271
00:14:35,802 --> 00:14:38,058
- Marissa Gold, right?
- No.

272
00:14:38,083 --> 00:14:41,810
Nella mia prossima vita
voglio essere uno squalo.

273
00:14:42,240 --> 00:14:45,513
_

274
00:14:46,448 --> 00:14:47,638
So, he's pivoting?

275
00:14:47,663 --> 00:14:49,722
Exactly. No more black lawyers.

276
00:14:49,747 --> 00:14:52,029
- Now, he's going after you three.
- For what?

277
00:14:52,054 --> 00:14:54,216
- I don't know.
- We'll find out soon enough.

278
00:14:54,241 --> 00:14:55,786
We're scheduled for
the grand jury tomorrow.

279
00:14:55,810 --> 00:14:58,638
And the good news, we have an audience.

280
00:14:58,663 --> 00:15:01,052
Yep. Wilbur Dincon is paying attention.

281
00:15:01,077 --> 00:15:02,646
So, how do we exploit that?

282
00:15:02,671 --> 00:15:04,447
Well, let's think.

283
00:15:04,448 --> 00:15:06,357
Let's...

284
00:15:15,761 --> 00:15:17,513
So, we don't want a grand
jury to connect the dots.

285
00:15:17,537 --> 00:15:19,367
What we want is a case that makes
sense... we won't get a conviction

286
00:15:19,391 --> 00:15:21,208
- unless the facts hold up.
- Let's worry about this later.

287
00:15:21,232 --> 00:15:23,043
Grand juries work off of emotion.

288
00:15:23,068 --> 00:15:24,527
First, we need an indictment.

289
00:15:24,552 --> 00:15:26,631
Well, we need an
indictment based on facts.

290
00:15:26,656 --> 00:15:29,488
Hello?

291
00:15:29,608 --> 00:15:31,533
- Hi.
- Hi.

292
00:15:31,558 --> 00:15:33,113
Do you need something?

293
00:15:33,138 --> 00:15:35,713
Do you know how much I make
for every subpoena I deliver?

294
00:15:35,738 --> 00:15:36,902
No idea,

295
00:15:36,927 --> 00:15:39,346
but I'm sure you can talk to
the sheriff's office about this.

296
00:15:39,371 --> 00:15:41,918
- $47.
- Great. Good to know.

297
00:15:41,943 --> 00:15:44,871
And this has been a
really good 48 hours.

298
00:15:44,974 --> 00:15:46,519
You've been served.

299
00:15:53,875 --> 00:15:56,688
Mike, how are you? You're back.

300
00:15:56,713 --> 00:15:58,344
Hello, Miss Tascioni.

301
00:15:58,369 --> 00:16:02,649
You have bitten off way
more than you can chew.

302
00:16:02,674 --> 00:16:05,251
Really? I can chew a lot.

303
00:16:05,276 --> 00:16:07,383
You're suing me in civil court?

304
00:16:07,408 --> 00:16:10,607
Yes, for tortious interference
with contractual relations.

305
00:16:10,632 --> 00:16:13,712
- I thought that was clever.
- You don't believe it?

306
00:16:14,305 --> 00:16:17,633
I believe it the same way
you do your grand jury.

307
00:16:17,658 --> 00:16:19,430
No court will allow you to sue me

308
00:16:19,455 --> 00:16:22,680
at the same time that
you're being prosecuted.

309
00:16:22,962 --> 00:16:25,110
Maybe you're right, Mike.

310
00:16:25,665 --> 00:16:29,002
Do you want a fig bar?

311
00:16:29,496 --> 00:16:30,876
No.

312
00:16:32,778 --> 00:16:34,844
Maybe you're right that no court

313
00:16:34,869 --> 00:16:36,446
will allow my suit to go forward,

314
00:16:36,471 --> 00:16:38,470
but you could've told
me that on the phone.

315
00:16:38,495 --> 00:16:40,297
Instead, you came over here.

316
00:16:40,322 --> 00:16:42,313
And you're welcome anytime.

317
00:16:43,443 --> 00:16:44,860
I'll see you in court.

318
00:16:44,885 --> 00:16:46,304
Both courts.

319
00:16:46,440 --> 00:16:48,883
We'll see which one finishes first.

320
00:16:59,167 --> 00:17:00,947
Putting something on top of the pile

321
00:17:00,972 --> 00:17:03,619
is a great way to get me
to move it to the bottom.

322
00:17:03,644 --> 00:17:07,215
I don't think Mr.
Boseman would like that.

323
00:17:07,718 --> 00:17:09,628
- What is this?
- No idea.

324
00:17:09,653 --> 00:17:13,152
It's something regarding
the Rindell Ponzi scheme.

325
00:17:13,328 --> 00:17:15,537
Well, these are Fortune 500 names.

326
00:17:15,558 --> 00:17:17,566
Not all of them, but some.

327
00:17:17,591 --> 00:17:18,950
But look at these numbers here.

328
00:17:18,975 --> 00:17:21,224
Nine digit numbers. What are they?

329
00:17:21,249 --> 00:17:22,998
No idea. Social Security numbers?

330
00:17:23,023 --> 00:17:25,198
No, I checked.

331
00:17:26,777 --> 00:17:28,339
Okay.

332
00:17:28,364 --> 00:17:30,300
My curiosity is whetted.

333
00:17:30,325 --> 00:17:33,465
Me, too. I like mysteries.

334
00:17:33,490 --> 00:17:36,722
Could you find out how this list
might come back to hurt this firm?

335
00:17:36,747 --> 00:17:38,917
- Are we sure it will?
- Yes.

336
00:17:38,942 --> 00:17:41,659
Mr. Kresteva worked too hard to get it.

337
00:17:42,718 --> 00:17:44,769
Okay. I'll take a look.

338
00:17:45,255 --> 00:17:47,085
Thank you.

339
00:17:47,654 --> 00:17:48,733
You're kidding?

340
00:17:48,758 --> 00:17:50,753
No. I'm putting you in, kid.

341
00:17:50,778 --> 00:17:53,403
Sir, please. It's not...

342
00:17:53,428 --> 00:17:55,448
- I hate him.
- I see.

343
00:17:55,481 --> 00:17:57,198
Are you under the mistaken impression

344
00:17:57,223 --> 00:17:58,574
that you only defend people you like?

345
00:17:58,598 --> 00:18:00,232
No, I'm under the mistaken impression

346
00:18:00,257 --> 00:18:02,034
I don't defend anyone. I'm a prosecutor.

347
00:18:02,059 --> 00:18:05,736
Yeah, well, when you get this tortious
interference nonsense dismissed,

348
00:18:05,761 --> 00:18:07,798
you can go back to prosecuting.

349
00:18:07,985 --> 00:18:09,446
Sir.

350
00:18:09,471 --> 00:18:11,353
I have to...

351
00:18:11,378 --> 00:18:15,204
apprise you of a conflict of interest.

352
00:18:15,345 --> 00:18:16,806
And what's that?

353
00:18:16,831 --> 00:18:20,370
I'm dating one of the lawyers
at the plaintiff's firm.

354
00:18:20,712 --> 00:18:22,478
I see.

355
00:18:23,197 --> 00:18:25,884
- That's not good.
- Yeah, I'm,

356
00:18:26,467 --> 00:18:29,791
not sure that I could be... objective.

357
00:18:29,816 --> 00:18:32,507
I agree. Stop dating her.

358
00:18:32,759 --> 00:18:34,345
Then you can be.

359
00:18:34,961 --> 00:18:37,119
You're late for court.

360
00:18:38,371 --> 00:18:39,996
Jesus Christ, where is everybody?

361
00:18:40,021 --> 00:18:41,496
It's 10:00 a.m. Am I right?

362
00:18:41,521 --> 00:18:44,324
You are right, Your Honor.
The plaintiffs are ready.

363
00:18:44,349 --> 00:18:46,018
Good for you. Stop kissing my ass.

364
00:18:46,043 --> 00:18:47,778
- Where's the defense?
- I'm here, Your Honor.

365
00:18:47,802 --> 00:18:49,293
You're late. You had me waiting.

366
00:18:49,318 --> 00:18:52,034
My apologies, Your Honor.
I was just assigned this case.

367
00:18:52,059 --> 00:18:55,043
I don't give a shit. We start
at 10:00, you're here at 10:00.

368
00:18:55,068 --> 00:18:57,223
What do we have today?
Tortious interference.

369
00:18:57,248 --> 00:18:58,474
- Yes, Your Honor. This law firm...
- We ask for an immediate motion...

370
00:18:58,498 --> 00:19:01,230
- to dismiss.
- Hey, hey, hey! Stop it.

371
00:19:01,255 --> 00:19:02,910
You first, Mr. Late.

372
00:19:02,935 --> 00:19:04,764
The defense moves to dismiss.

373
00:19:04,817 --> 00:19:06,106
Mr. Kresteva is in the middle

374
00:19:06,107 --> 00:19:08,236
of an active grand jury investigation.

375
00:19:08,237 --> 00:19:09,566
Initiating these proceedings

376
00:19:09,567 --> 00:19:12,066
is a cynical attempt
to interfere with that.

377
00:19:12,091 --> 00:19:13,672
Vehemently disagree.

378
00:19:13,697 --> 00:19:15,129
Adrian.

379
00:19:16,329 --> 00:19:17,698
Good morning, Your Honor.

380
00:19:17,699 --> 00:19:19,619
Mr. Kresteva's grand
jury investigation...

381
00:19:19,644 --> 00:19:20,893
Objection, Your Honor.

382
00:19:20,918 --> 00:19:23,199
Is he the lawyer or the plaintiff?

383
00:19:24,012 --> 00:19:25,144
The plaintiff.

384
00:19:25,237 --> 00:19:27,026
Well, then, he shouldn't
be arguing in court.

385
00:19:27,027 --> 00:19:28,486
He should be called as a witness.

386
00:19:28,487 --> 00:19:29,936
Then, I'd like to call.

387
00:19:29,937 --> 00:19:31,396
Mr. Adrian Boseman as a witness.

388
00:19:31,421 --> 00:19:33,510
No, excuse me, no. No.

389
00:19:35,059 --> 00:19:37,198
Your Honor, you never heard
on my motion to dismiss.

390
00:19:37,223 --> 00:19:39,526
Yeah, but you just told
them to put him on the stand.

391
00:19:39,527 --> 00:19:41,606
No, I-I said he shouldn't
be arguing in court.

392
00:19:41,631 --> 00:19:42,711
The defense is using
this civil action...

393
00:19:42,735 --> 00:19:46,210
"The plaintiff"? Is that
the word you're looking for?

394
00:19:48,764 --> 00:19:51,475
Yes. The plaintiff...

395
00:19:51,500 --> 00:19:55,913
is using this civil action
as a poor man's discovery.

396
00:19:55,960 --> 00:19:59,507
They don't have access
to our grand jury room,

397
00:19:59,532 --> 00:20:01,941
so they are using this court

398
00:20:01,966 --> 00:20:04,466
as a way to find out...

399
00:20:08,046 --> 00:20:11,647
what's going on
in the grand jury room.

400
00:20:13,932 --> 00:20:15,915
Is that what you were doing, Counselor?

401
00:20:15,940 --> 00:20:17,540
No, Your Honor.

402
00:20:17,565 --> 00:20:19,190
I wish I were that smart.

403
00:20:20,719 --> 00:20:22,298
Good idea.

404
00:20:22,301 --> 00:20:24,856
Okay, overruled, call your witness.

405
00:20:24,881 --> 00:20:26,190
Elsbeth.

406
00:20:28,111 --> 00:20:29,878
Make me your second chair.

407
00:20:29,879 --> 00:20:31,179
Why?

408
00:20:32,471 --> 00:20:34,705
Because it's a good idea.

409
00:20:35,549 --> 00:20:38,434
Mr. Boseman, why are you suing
for tortious interference?

410
00:20:38,459 --> 00:20:39,748
We're losing clients.

411
00:20:39,773 --> 00:20:41,653
Three clients in the past two weeks.

412
00:20:41,678 --> 00:20:43,600
And why is it important
that this case be heard now?

413
00:20:43,624 --> 00:20:47,387
Because this grand jury is the
reason we're losing clients.

414
00:20:47,412 --> 00:20:50,161
Mr. Kresteva doesn't want a conviction.

415
00:20:50,186 --> 00:20:53,168
- He wants our bankruptcy.
- Objection. Speculation.

416
00:20:53,193 --> 00:20:55,317
That's a proper
objection for a question,

417
00:20:55,342 --> 00:20:56,731
not for a response.

418
00:20:56,767 --> 00:20:59,516
If Mr. Morello has a rebuttal
witness, he should present him.

419
00:20:59,541 --> 00:21:01,075
I would agree. Overruled.

420
00:21:01,100 --> 00:21:02,749
Mr. Boseman, did any of your clients

421
00:21:02,774 --> 00:21:04,133
explain why they were leaving?

422
00:21:04,158 --> 00:21:06,520
Yes. The Paisley Group said

423
00:21:06,545 --> 00:21:08,707
federal agents came to their workplace

424
00:21:08,732 --> 00:21:10,848
questioning them about our work.

425
00:21:10,873 --> 00:21:12,342
They didn't want the hassle.

426
00:21:12,367 --> 00:21:15,059
And you think this was an intentional
move on Mr. Kresteva's part?

427
00:21:15,084 --> 00:21:16,243
- Objection.
- Absolutely.

428
00:21:16,268 --> 00:21:17,807
This time calls for speculation.

429
00:21:17,832 --> 00:21:19,582
Look at you, making a proper objection.

430
00:21:19,607 --> 00:21:20,770
Sustained.

431
00:21:20,795 --> 00:21:22,145
Nothing further, Your Honor.

432
00:21:22,170 --> 00:21:24,207
Your witness, Mr. Morello.

433
00:21:24,299 --> 00:21:26,176
Thank you, Ms. Quinn.

434
00:21:26,201 --> 00:21:28,944
These three clients you lost,

435
00:21:28,969 --> 00:21:31,012
how important were they
to your bottom line?

436
00:21:31,037 --> 00:21:32,387
Every client is important.

437
00:21:32,412 --> 00:21:35,106
That sounds like
not very important.

438
00:21:35,131 --> 00:21:37,309
Objection. Lamely argumentative.

439
00:21:37,334 --> 00:21:39,848
Yeah, no, it sounded
that way to me, too.

440
00:21:39,913 --> 00:21:41,572
How much money a year do you lose

441
00:21:41,597 --> 00:21:43,004
from losing these three clients?

442
00:21:43,029 --> 00:21:45,484
I guess... $1.3 million.

443
00:21:45,509 --> 00:21:48,589
But that's why we need to stop
this leakage now, Your Honor.

444
00:21:48,614 --> 00:21:50,887
And didn't you just
sign Chumhum, a massive

445
00:21:50,912 --> 00:21:55,340
social media empire worth
$86 million a year to you?

446
00:21:55,365 --> 00:21:58,159
- Yes, we did.
- So...

447
00:21:58,184 --> 00:22:00,411
$1.3 million

448
00:22:00,436 --> 00:22:02,039
versus $86 million.

449
00:22:02,064 --> 00:22:04,545
- Those two things are not connected.
- Whah-whah-whah-whah.

450
00:22:04,570 --> 00:22:06,834
- Don't cry poverty in here!
- We're not crying poverty.

451
00:22:06,859 --> 00:22:08,272
- Ms. Quinn clearly wants to avoid...
- We're just saying that the DOJ is...

452
00:22:08,296 --> 00:22:09,794
- any oversight by officials...
- intentionally trying...

453
00:22:09,818 --> 00:22:10,897
- and every time they have their hands.
- To take something...

454
00:22:10,921 --> 00:22:12,761
caught in the cookie jar...

455
00:22:12,786 --> 00:22:15,445
No, no, no. Both of
you, back in your seats.

456
00:22:15,470 --> 00:22:16,969
Decorum.

457
00:22:16,994 --> 00:22:19,153
That's what I insist on.

458
00:22:19,326 --> 00:22:21,245
My apologies, Your Honor.

459
00:22:21,270 --> 00:22:22,863
May I ask a quick question?

460
00:22:22,888 --> 00:22:25,473
You may, quietly.

461
00:22:25,839 --> 00:22:28,106
Why is the defendant not here?

462
00:22:28,131 --> 00:22:30,348
I see that the defense sent its lawyer,

463
00:22:30,373 --> 00:22:32,481
but does the defendant
think so little of this court

464
00:22:32,506 --> 00:22:34,739
that he only sends his lawyer?

465
00:22:34,764 --> 00:22:37,202
I believe the plaintiff's
lawyer knows the reason.

466
00:22:37,227 --> 00:22:39,692
The defendant is busy
running a grand jury room.

467
00:22:39,717 --> 00:22:43,528
I see. So, Mr. Kresteva is
too busy for Judge Gallo?

468
00:22:44,286 --> 00:22:46,567
Did you explain that I'm
conducting a grand jury?

469
00:22:46,592 --> 00:22:49,833
I did. It's Judge Gallo. He
doesn't like being dissed.

470
00:22:50,349 --> 00:22:52,200
Dear God. Okay, when?

471
00:22:52,225 --> 00:22:53,786
This afternoon.

472
00:22:54,645 --> 00:22:57,083
This is playing right into
their hands. You know that.

473
00:22:57,108 --> 00:22:58,818
I sure do.

474
00:23:00,841 --> 00:23:02,278
So, Ms. Gold,

475
00:23:02,303 --> 00:23:04,552
what is your relationship
with Diane Lockhart?

476
00:23:04,591 --> 00:23:05,895
She's my boss.

477
00:23:05,920 --> 00:23:08,880
- Also, I consider her my mentor.
- Really?

478
00:23:08,942 --> 00:23:10,931
What does she mentor you in?

479
00:23:10,963 --> 00:23:13,622
Well, since coming to work
at an African-American firm,

480
00:23:13,647 --> 00:23:17,583
I'd say it's becoming aware of
the nature of white privilege.

481
00:23:20,911 --> 00:23:23,755
And you worked with Ms. Lockhart
at her previous firm, did you not?

482
00:23:23,780 --> 00:23:26,880
I did, but that was definitely
not an African-American firm.

483
00:23:26,905 --> 00:23:28,911
It was like the Trump White House there.

484
00:23:30,169 --> 00:23:32,120
Ms. Gold, we're not asking

485
00:23:32,145 --> 00:23:34,934
about the racial makeup of the firm.

486
00:23:34,959 --> 00:23:36,982
Sorry.

487
00:23:37,216 --> 00:23:39,027
Touchy.

488
00:23:39,052 --> 00:23:40,671
You were aware, were you not,

489
00:23:40,672 --> 00:23:42,615
that Ms. Lockhart had frequent
meetings and phone calls

490
00:23:42,639 --> 00:23:44,691
with Adrian Boseman prior
to going over to his firm?

491
00:23:44,716 --> 00:23:45,921
Absolutely.

492
00:23:45,922 --> 00:23:47,751
Mr. Boseman's firm was representing

493
00:23:47,752 --> 00:23:49,381
a young, African-American man

494
00:23:49,382 --> 00:23:51,333
who had been pretty severely beaten

495
00:23:51,358 --> 00:23:52,669
by a white police officer...

496
00:23:52,694 --> 00:23:56,528
Again, this is not about race, ma'am.

497
00:23:56,869 --> 00:24:00,072
I agree, but you guys
keep asking me about race.

498
00:24:02,603 --> 00:24:05,751
Isn't it true that Ms. Lockhart
slipped privileged information

499
00:24:05,752 --> 00:24:07,421
to Mr. Boseman about this case?

500
00:24:07,422 --> 00:24:10,337
You mean the case about
this African-American kid

501
00:24:10,362 --> 00:24:12,631
being beaten up by the white cops?

502
00:24:13,054 --> 00:24:15,275
I'm sorry, but you asked the question.

503
00:24:20,552 --> 00:24:22,850
Hey, Diane. I think it went great.

504
00:24:23,551 --> 00:24:25,108
Yeah.

505
00:24:26,616 --> 00:24:29,092
Okay, I'm on my way back.

506
00:24:35,967 --> 00:24:38,233
- It's Andrew Hart.
- What does he have on us?

507
00:24:38,258 --> 00:24:40,461
Why is Kresteva calling him to testify?

508
00:24:40,462 --> 00:24:43,124
- Did you see him with anybody else?
- No, he was alone.

509
00:24:43,125 --> 00:24:44,452
We need to find out what he said

510
00:24:44,477 --> 00:24:46,107
to the grand jury about our firm.

511
00:24:46,132 --> 00:24:47,764
How do we do that?

512
00:24:49,962 --> 00:24:53,710
What did you say to the grand
jury about the plaintiff's firm?

513
00:24:53,735 --> 00:24:56,991
Objection. Grand jury
proceedings are under seal

514
00:24:57,016 --> 00:24:59,100
and cannot be made public,
no matter how clever.

515
00:24:59,125 --> 00:25:01,741
- Ms. Tascioni thinks she is.
- Sustained.

516
00:25:01,766 --> 00:25:03,215
That's sweet,

517
00:25:03,502 --> 00:25:05,291
complimenting me for being clever.

518
00:25:05,292 --> 00:25:06,356
Thank you.

519
00:25:06,381 --> 00:25:08,107
Nice to see you, Mr. Kresteva.

520
00:25:08,132 --> 00:25:09,792
How's Deidre?

521
00:25:10,083 --> 00:25:11,442
She's fine.

522
00:25:11,467 --> 00:25:13,607
Hello? Civil court.

523
00:25:13,632 --> 00:25:16,433
- Taxpayers' money being spent.
- Yes, sorry.

524
00:25:16,458 --> 00:25:19,255
Is it fair to say that...

525
00:25:19,280 --> 00:25:22,171
in an effort to gain some
competitive advantage,

526
00:25:22,172 --> 00:25:25,169
you sought to have
Adrian Boseman disbarred?

527
00:25:25,194 --> 00:25:28,059
Is it fair? No, it's not fair.

528
00:25:28,084 --> 00:25:30,184
I see.

529
00:25:30,209 --> 00:25:33,974
Well, is it fair to say
that you tried calling.

530
00:25:33,999 --> 00:25:36,450
Reddick/Boseman clients
to steal them away?

531
00:25:36,475 --> 00:25:38,317
No, that's not fair, either.

532
00:25:38,342 --> 00:25:40,896
- Not even a little bit?
- Objection, Your Honor.

533
00:25:40,921 --> 00:25:42,982
This is a fishing expedition.

534
00:25:45,336 --> 00:25:46,802
Yes?

535
00:25:47,161 --> 00:25:48,482
It's...

536
00:25:49,720 --> 00:25:51,139
what I said.

537
00:25:51,575 --> 00:25:53,536
Ms. Tascioni, where is this going?

538
00:25:53,561 --> 00:25:55,761
I just have a few more questions.

539
00:25:55,786 --> 00:25:58,747
Did you ever meet with
Reddick/Boseman clients

540
00:25:58,772 --> 00:26:01,622
in order to steal them
away? Is that fair?

541
00:26:05,712 --> 00:26:08,317
I have not done anything illegal.

542
00:26:08,342 --> 00:26:10,015
That's not my question.

543
00:26:10,040 --> 00:26:12,286
Did you ever meet with
Reddick/Bosemen clients

544
00:26:12,311 --> 00:26:15,810
with the direct intent of stealing them?

545
00:26:16,309 --> 00:26:18,253
I did what any business would do.

546
00:26:18,278 --> 00:26:21,059
- Which client, Mr. Hart?
- Objection. Relevance?

547
00:26:21,084 --> 00:26:24,703
They're just trying to establish
that the witness is feeding

548
00:26:24,728 --> 00:26:27,481
negative info to the grand jury,

549
00:26:27,514 --> 00:26:29,807
so he can steal their clients.

550
00:26:29,832 --> 00:26:31,317
Exactly, Your Honor.

551
00:26:31,342 --> 00:26:33,839
Ma'am, you're an acquired taste, and...

552
00:26:33,864 --> 00:26:37,497
I don't think I've
acquired it yet, so...

553
00:26:37,522 --> 00:26:39,044
shh.

554
00:26:39,330 --> 00:26:41,420
Please answer the question.

555
00:26:43,422 --> 00:26:45,719
I met for lunch with a Mr. Spiegel,

556
00:26:45,744 --> 00:26:48,914
who owns a string of department stores.

557
00:26:51,531 --> 00:26:53,157
Get to Spiegel.

558
00:26:53,182 --> 00:26:55,117
Hart's trying to poach him.

559
00:27:19,088 --> 00:27:21,729
- Are you in a pissy mood?
- No.

560
00:27:21,754 --> 00:27:23,690
Then come by tonight.

561
00:27:25,733 --> 00:27:28,461
I've been told to break up with you.

562
00:27:28,462 --> 00:27:30,397
You've been told?

563
00:27:30,780 --> 00:27:32,110
Really?

564
00:27:33,929 --> 00:27:35,820
Then you'd better do it.

565
00:27:40,473 --> 00:27:42,226
You're going to get fired.

566
00:27:42,251 --> 00:27:44,913
I hate my job, anyway.

567
00:27:46,318 --> 00:27:49,291
- Mr. Spiegel, how are you?
- Good.

568
00:27:49,292 --> 00:27:50,961
I hope since you called me

569
00:27:50,962 --> 00:27:52,412
I'm not getting billed for this.

570
00:27:52,437 --> 00:27:54,436
Meter's off.

571
00:27:54,712 --> 00:27:57,725
We're sitting down with some
of our clients this week.

572
00:27:57,750 --> 00:28:00,559
We just want to make sure
we're not missing anything,

573
00:28:00,584 --> 00:28:01,654
their needs are being met...

574
00:28:01,678 --> 00:28:03,740
And no one's jumping ship?

575
00:28:05,752 --> 00:28:08,669
There's a smear campaign
against our firm, Anthony.

576
00:28:08,694 --> 00:28:10,146
I want to set the record straight.

577
00:28:10,171 --> 00:28:12,710
You want to know who's
been whispering in my ear.

578
00:28:12,735 --> 00:28:13,849
If I were to guess,

579
00:28:13,874 --> 00:28:16,754
I'd say lately it's
coming from Andy Hart.

580
00:28:16,779 --> 00:28:18,591
You'd be right.

581
00:28:20,427 --> 00:28:22,747
Mind telling me what he said?

582
00:28:23,648 --> 00:28:24,842
He warned me

583
00:28:24,867 --> 00:28:28,288
that Reddick/Boseman was in
the path of a major storm.

584
00:28:28,318 --> 00:28:29,813
And that I would be wise

585
00:28:29,838 --> 00:28:31,796
to seek other representation.

586
00:28:31,821 --> 00:28:33,671
Did he say anything about a grand jury

587
00:28:33,696 --> 00:28:35,772
- having been impaneled?
- Objection.

588
00:28:35,797 --> 00:28:38,085
Your Honor, I'm not
asking about the content

589
00:28:38,110 --> 00:28:39,546
of the grand jury proceeding.

590
00:28:39,571 --> 00:28:42,577
All I want to know is,
did Mr. Hart use the fact

591
00:28:42,602 --> 00:28:44,522
that he testified before the grand jury

592
00:28:44,547 --> 00:28:45,867
to steal Reddick/Boseman clients?

593
00:28:45,891 --> 00:28:47,600
Objection as to stealing.

594
00:28:47,625 --> 00:28:49,584
Can I get out one statement
without an objection?

595
00:28:49,609 --> 00:28:51,476
Sure, just don't use loaded
words like "stealing."

596
00:28:51,500 --> 00:28:54,395
Okay, which one of your
objections would you like me

597
00:28:54,420 --> 00:28:56,186
to rule on first, Counselor?

598
00:28:56,211 --> 00:28:58,147
The fir... the second.

599
00:28:58,172 --> 00:28:59,499
Overruled.

600
00:28:59,524 --> 00:29:01,858
Would you like to hear
about the first one now?

601
00:29:02,678 --> 00:29:03,881
Overruled.

602
00:29:04,249 --> 00:29:06,708
Sir, did Mr. Hart mention his testimony?

603
00:29:06,709 --> 00:29:08,335
- No.
- Thank you.

604
00:29:08,436 --> 00:29:11,210
Because he hadn't testified yet.

605
00:29:14,002 --> 00:29:16,078
When was it that
you met with Mr. Hart?

606
00:29:16,103 --> 00:29:17,297
Two weeks ago.

607
00:29:17,322 --> 00:29:20,551
And did he mention that a
grand jury would be impaneled?

608
00:29:20,552 --> 00:29:25,125
As I recall, it was the
centerpiece of his presentation.

609
00:29:27,510 --> 00:29:28,759
I would direct the court's attention

610
00:29:28,783 --> 00:29:30,695
to the fact that this would've been

611
00:29:30,720 --> 00:29:33,139
before anyone outside
of Mr. Kresteva's office

612
00:29:33,164 --> 00:29:34,976
would have known about a grand jury.

613
00:29:35,001 --> 00:29:37,120
Is Ms. Quinn questioning
a witness or testifying?

614
00:29:37,145 --> 00:29:39,084
I'm just pointing out the obvious.

615
00:29:39,109 --> 00:29:40,751
How are my favorite

616
00:29:40,752 --> 00:29:42,234
litigation financiers?

617
00:29:42,259 --> 00:29:43,718
Not good, Mr. Boseman.

618
00:29:43,743 --> 00:29:47,125
We just got subpoenaed to
testify before the grand jury.

619
00:29:48,263 --> 00:29:50,133
Shit.

620
00:29:53,923 --> 00:29:55,858
Litigation financiers.

621
00:29:55,883 --> 00:29:57,382
What an interesting title.

622
00:29:57,383 --> 00:30:00,472
- Where'd you guys go to law school?
- We didn't.

623
00:30:00,473 --> 00:30:03,342
Then can you explain how
you've been directly involved

624
00:30:03,343 --> 00:30:05,798
in over 75 civil cases?

625
00:30:05,831 --> 00:30:08,415
We provide financing to law firms

626
00:30:08,440 --> 00:30:11,119
that allows them to
cover operating costs

627
00:30:11,144 --> 00:30:13,223
while undertaking
time-intensive legal battles.

628
00:30:13,248 --> 00:30:15,238
Law firms like Reddick/Boseman.

629
00:30:15,263 --> 00:30:17,390
How many of their cases
have you bankrolled?

630
00:30:17,415 --> 00:30:20,688
- Twenty-one.
- No. 23.

631
00:30:20,713 --> 00:30:22,172
Wha... how do you figure?

632
00:30:22,173 --> 00:30:23,837
The appeal and the Christmas settlement.

633
00:30:23,883 --> 00:30:25,947
- No, that's 21.
- No, 21 plus two is 23.

634
00:30:25,972 --> 00:30:30,001
- It's 21 period.
- Okay, let's leave it at 21 or 23.

635
00:30:30,235 --> 00:30:31,899
What does Reddick/Boseman give you

636
00:30:31,933 --> 00:30:34,322
in return for this financing?

637
00:30:34,347 --> 00:30:36,936
An agreed upon percentage
of the settlement amount.

638
00:30:36,961 --> 00:30:38,668
Well, I assume Reddick/Boseman

639
00:30:38,693 --> 00:30:40,931
pays you your percentage out of theirs.

640
00:30:40,956 --> 00:30:42,674
Do you really assume that
or are you just trying

641
00:30:42,698 --> 00:30:44,962
to make a point by saying you assume it?

642
00:30:46,013 --> 00:30:49,204
Where does the percentage
come from, Mr. Warshofsky?

643
00:30:49,229 --> 00:30:52,478
- It's 23, not 21.
- Okay, Jerry, j-just...

644
00:30:54,263 --> 00:30:57,923
From the client's percentage
of money he never would've seen

645
00:30:57,948 --> 00:31:00,164
if it weren't for the money we invested.

646
00:31:00,189 --> 00:31:01,579
Thank you.

647
00:31:01,604 --> 00:31:04,763
On February 20, just
before the settlement,

648
00:31:04,920 --> 00:31:07,259
you gentlemen decided to
increase your stake in the case

649
00:31:07,300 --> 00:31:09,858
by investing more money. Why was that?

650
00:31:09,883 --> 00:31:13,283
Mr. Boseman was confident they'd
come in north of five million.

651
00:31:13,465 --> 00:31:16,431
Did he tell you the
basis for this confidence?

652
00:31:16,569 --> 00:31:18,923
He had a-a source on the other side

653
00:31:18,948 --> 00:31:20,823
who told him they were ready to settle.

654
00:31:20,848 --> 00:31:24,330
The other side at the
time being Diane Lockhart.

655
00:31:26,915 --> 00:31:30,853
Did Mr. Boseman tell you what
the other side was nervous about?

656
00:31:32,260 --> 00:31:34,523
They-they discovered a piece of evidence

657
00:31:34,548 --> 00:31:36,979
that would hurt them
if they went to trial.

658
00:31:40,815 --> 00:31:43,092
He told us that we're not
allowed to-to tell anyone

659
00:31:43,093 --> 00:31:44,447
what they asked us in there.

660
00:31:44,472 --> 00:31:47,092
Well, that's true, but you
can tell us what you said.

661
00:31:47,117 --> 00:31:48,384
That's free speech.

662
00:31:48,425 --> 00:31:50,144
- I...
- I don't like getting involved in this.

663
00:31:50,168 --> 00:31:52,307
- Let's go.
- Wait, wait. One second.

664
00:31:52,332 --> 00:31:55,744
Now, we have made a
lot of money together.

665
00:31:56,497 --> 00:31:58,025
- Right?
- Right.

666
00:31:58,260 --> 00:32:01,473
So, did you talk about one of our cases?

667
00:32:05,506 --> 00:32:08,229
Was it one of the
police brutality cases?

668
00:32:10,383 --> 00:32:12,593
Is it the one we're running now?

669
00:32:15,309 --> 00:32:17,098
No.

670
00:32:17,123 --> 00:32:18,632
I don't think we should answer any more.

671
00:32:18,633 --> 00:32:20,243
I-I know, but...

672
00:32:20,268 --> 00:32:22,072
Just one more question.

673
00:32:22,200 --> 00:32:26,486
Is it a case that Diane
and I worked on together?

674
00:32:29,139 --> 00:32:32,025
- Yeah, but not together.
- Fuck.

675
00:32:32,050 --> 00:32:34,227
But hey, please, don't swear, okay?

676
00:32:34,252 --> 00:32:35,947
- Okay. I-I-I got it.
- We...

677
00:32:35,972 --> 00:32:38,244
It bugs out Jer. I'm sorry.

678
00:32:38,269 --> 00:32:39,644
And thank you. Thank you for coming.

679
00:32:39,668 --> 00:32:41,488
- Yeah. Yeah, good luck.
- Thank you.

680
00:32:41,513 --> 00:32:42,838
Let me get that.

681
00:32:43,093 --> 00:32:45,096
- Appreciate it.
- Yeah, yeah.

682
00:32:47,432 --> 00:32:48,963
It's about the Toby Kendall case.

683
00:32:48,988 --> 00:32:50,377
They're coming after me

684
00:32:50,402 --> 00:32:52,648
for telling you about
the camera evidence.

685
00:32:52,673 --> 00:32:54,712
You didn't tell me about
any camera evidence.

686
00:32:54,713 --> 00:32:57,105
You told me to hire an associate

687
00:32:57,130 --> 00:32:58,526
who, in turn, discovered evidence.

688
00:32:58,551 --> 00:33:01,855
No, I didn't. I told you more.

689
00:33:02,377 --> 00:33:04,890
- That's disbarrable.
- Diane.

690
00:33:06,455 --> 00:33:08,049
Listen to me.

691
00:33:08,213 --> 00:33:10,197
We all know we get close
to the line sometimes.

692
00:33:10,222 --> 00:33:12,181
Now, we try to stay on
the right side of the law.

693
00:33:12,206 --> 00:33:14,028
You want to be a good lawyer,

694
00:33:14,053 --> 00:33:16,596
you need to get close to
that line and you know that.

695
00:33:16,621 --> 00:33:18,950
This wasn't about being a good lawyer.

696
00:33:18,975 --> 00:33:20,933
This was about getting a new job.

697
00:33:20,958 --> 00:33:24,471
Not for you, for the Rindell kid, Diane.

698
00:33:24,700 --> 00:33:27,029
Stop kicking yourself.

699
00:33:27,054 --> 00:33:28,973
We are dealing with
people who are coming at us

700
00:33:28,998 --> 00:33:31,578
for the smallest infraction.

701
00:33:37,050 --> 00:33:39,377
So, how do we defend ourselves?

702
00:33:42,649 --> 00:33:44,359
Mere puffery.

703
00:33:45,855 --> 00:33:47,256
Seriously?

704
00:33:47,281 --> 00:33:51,035
I haven't used it since
law school, but, hey.

705
00:33:51,224 --> 00:33:53,893
I, I don't think I've ever used it.

706
00:33:53,918 --> 00:33:55,191
Mere puffery.

707
00:33:59,339 --> 00:34:00,707
Does that even work?

708
00:34:00,732 --> 00:34:03,035
We will find out if it works.

709
00:34:03,835 --> 00:34:06,426
My guess is they call you next.

710
00:34:08,698 --> 00:34:10,012
Damn it!

711
00:34:10,166 --> 00:34:12,135
Yikes, who pissed you off?

712
00:34:12,160 --> 00:34:14,682
Can we do the cute talk
another time please?

713
00:34:14,707 --> 00:34:17,213
Maybe I can help. What's up?

714
00:34:17,613 --> 00:34:19,692
A nine-digit number, some repeats,

715
00:34:19,717 --> 00:34:22,108
all connected to top CEOs.

716
00:34:22,133 --> 00:34:23,566
But none of them are from tax returns

717
00:34:23,590 --> 00:34:26,487
or legal cases or employee numbers.

718
00:34:28,080 --> 00:34:30,908
- Did you try Social Security numbers?
- Yes.

719
00:34:30,933 --> 00:34:32,392
Maybe they're passwords.

720
00:34:32,417 --> 00:34:34,260
That just happened
to all be nine digits?

721
00:34:34,285 --> 00:34:36,729
Maybe they're part of some
secret society of rich assholes.

722
00:34:38,329 --> 00:34:39,579
What?

723
00:34:41,178 --> 00:34:43,353
Just so I'm clear, I
never win at anything.

724
00:34:43,378 --> 00:34:45,628
If it's a lottery ticket, none
of my numbers ever match up.

725
00:34:45,652 --> 00:34:47,201
Okay.

726
00:34:47,612 --> 00:34:49,323
I know this number.

727
00:34:49,348 --> 00:34:51,268
Here, too, and here.

728
00:34:54,067 --> 00:34:55,726
This is my W-2 from last year.

729
00:34:55,767 --> 00:34:57,901
And, here.

730
00:34:57,926 --> 00:34:59,821
There, that number, what is that?

731
00:34:59,846 --> 00:35:01,518
Federal Tax I.D. Number.

732
00:35:01,543 --> 00:35:03,013
It's the same.

733
00:35:04,973 --> 00:35:06,620
Who are you, Rain Man?

734
00:35:06,645 --> 00:35:08,831
You should see me at
the blackjack tables.

735
00:35:08,856 --> 00:35:10,625
Who's this W-2 from?

736
00:35:10,650 --> 00:35:12,698
My last job, Lockhart, Deckler...

737
00:35:13,729 --> 00:35:16,331
- Shit.
- It's about Diane.

738
00:35:20,250 --> 00:35:22,879
I did not slip Mr.
Boseman any information

739
00:35:22,904 --> 00:35:24,581
about the Toby Kendall case.

740
00:35:24,606 --> 00:35:27,339
- You're sure?
- I am sure.

741
00:35:27,364 --> 00:35:28,823
So Mr. Boseman lied

742
00:35:28,848 --> 00:35:30,887
to these litigation financiers.

743
00:35:30,912 --> 00:35:33,776
No. My guess, it was mere puffery.

744
00:35:34,572 --> 00:35:35,772
Really?

745
00:35:35,804 --> 00:35:38,836
Mere puffery is the
legally acceptable practice

746
00:35:38,861 --> 00:35:40,687
of promoting through exaggeration.

747
00:35:40,712 --> 00:35:43,070
Yeah, I know what it is, thank you.

748
00:35:43,095 --> 00:35:45,648
Let's turn to the work that
you did for the Rindell Fund,

749
00:35:45,673 --> 00:35:47,953
the recently exposed Ponzi scheme.

750
00:35:47,978 --> 00:35:49,781
What is this, Ms. Lockhart?

751
00:35:52,572 --> 00:35:53,797
I have no idea.

752
00:35:53,822 --> 00:35:57,009
Isn't it a list of VIP
clients at the Rindell Fund?

753
00:35:57,509 --> 00:35:59,882
It might be. I have no idea.

754
00:35:59,883 --> 00:36:02,033
Aren't these the Rindell clients

755
00:36:02,058 --> 00:36:03,853
the Fund went the extra mile for?

756
00:36:03,878 --> 00:36:06,462
Backdating gains to avoid taxes?

757
00:36:07,173 --> 00:36:09,012
Um, again, this is news to me.

758
00:36:09,013 --> 00:36:10,814
Yes, but...

759
00:36:11,736 --> 00:36:14,158
isn't that your firm's I.D. number?

760
00:36:14,183 --> 00:36:18,001
There and there and there?

761
00:36:18,026 --> 00:36:20,759
Isn't that how the Fund
billed your legal work?

762
00:36:20,784 --> 00:36:22,114
Again, this is my first time seeing...

763
00:36:22,138 --> 00:36:23,547
And isn't this why you arranged

764
00:36:23,572 --> 00:36:25,195
for the Rindell daughter to...

765
00:36:25,220 --> 00:36:27,033
get a job at your new work,

766
00:36:27,058 --> 00:36:29,874
so they wouldn't
expose your culpability?

767
00:36:29,899 --> 00:36:31,134
No.

768
00:36:31,159 --> 00:36:35,201
Well, it's a good thing we have
Henry Rindell coming in tomorrow

769
00:36:35,226 --> 00:36:39,139
to... clear this matter up.

770
00:36:58,273 --> 00:37:00,855
I need to resign from this firm.

771
00:37:02,967 --> 00:37:04,386
Yeah?

772
00:37:05,542 --> 00:37:08,816
- Why is that?
- Because I'm about to be indicted.

773
00:37:09,356 --> 00:37:12,082
Are you... guilty of anything?

774
00:37:12,107 --> 00:37:14,941
Other than being friends
with the wrong people?

775
00:37:14,966 --> 00:37:16,246
No.

776
00:37:16,271 --> 00:37:19,645
Then, do you think it
surprises me that...

777
00:37:19,670 --> 00:37:22,527
someone inside this
firm is being targeted?

778
00:37:22,552 --> 00:37:25,449
He has Henry Rindell in his pocket.

779
00:37:25,474 --> 00:37:27,356
He is going to get an
indictment against me.

780
00:37:27,381 --> 00:37:28,521
Assume he does.

781
00:37:28,546 --> 00:37:30,115
I haven't been here that long, Adrian...

782
00:37:30,139 --> 00:37:32,308
What does that matter, Diane?

783
00:37:33,222 --> 00:37:36,606
I'm not running scared
from motherfuckers like him.

784
00:37:38,704 --> 00:37:41,583
I got to fight him.
You got to fight him.

785
00:37:41,905 --> 00:37:45,325
So, we might as well fight him together.

786
00:38:11,807 --> 00:38:13,966
Bizarre that it's come to this.

787
00:38:13,991 --> 00:38:15,240
Yeah.

788
00:38:15,265 --> 00:38:17,307
That's one word.

789
00:38:17,409 --> 00:38:19,658
So what do you need, babe?

790
00:38:20,060 --> 00:38:22,339
You're testifying to
the grand jury tomorrow?

791
00:38:22,364 --> 00:38:24,033
- Yeah.
- Yeah.

792
00:38:24,434 --> 00:38:26,853
You're testifying against Diane?

793
00:38:26,878 --> 00:38:29,315
No, I'm telling the truth.

794
00:38:29,538 --> 00:38:32,409
Your alternative truth?

795
00:38:32,434 --> 00:38:35,768
Yeah, Diane did a lot of
legal work for the Fund.

796
00:38:35,793 --> 00:38:37,792
Because she was your friend.

797
00:38:37,817 --> 00:38:39,867
No, because we paid her.

798
00:38:41,182 --> 00:38:42,932
Is that why you had
me get the Schtup list

799
00:38:42,957 --> 00:38:45,024
from Uncle Jax's computer?

800
00:38:45,049 --> 00:38:47,681
So that you could use it against Diane?

801
00:38:47,706 --> 00:38:49,995
Make it look like she took a bribe?

802
00:38:50,020 --> 00:38:52,814
No, so I would have some leverage.

803
00:38:52,839 --> 00:38:55,196
You betrayed her for a lighter sentence?

804
00:38:56,549 --> 00:38:59,635
You won't see any jail
time, Mom won't either.

805
00:39:01,858 --> 00:39:03,245
And you?

806
00:39:07,105 --> 00:39:09,498
I don't want to die in prison, Maia.

807
00:39:09,956 --> 00:39:11,690
I want a chance to see you have kids.

808
00:39:11,715 --> 00:39:13,855
I want to hold my grandkids.

809
00:39:16,378 --> 00:39:17,931
What was the deal?

810
00:39:17,956 --> 00:39:19,308
Ten years.

811
00:39:23,948 --> 00:39:25,498
Don't testify against Diane.

812
00:39:25,499 --> 00:39:27,128
What? I have to.

813
00:39:27,153 --> 00:39:29,355
No. Dad, if they're offering ten years,

814
00:39:29,380 --> 00:39:31,009
they must have a weak case.

815
00:39:31,049 --> 00:39:32,753
It's for you, too.

816
00:39:38,753 --> 00:39:40,541
You do this, Dad,

817
00:39:41,072 --> 00:39:43,479
and if I ever have any kids,

818
00:39:44,299 --> 00:39:46,361
you'll never see them.

819
00:39:50,412 --> 00:39:52,742
I'll never let you see them.

820
00:40:17,224 --> 00:40:18,778
I love you.

821
00:40:26,264 --> 00:40:27,918
All rise.

822
00:40:28,553 --> 00:40:30,803
Okay, let's wind this down.

823
00:40:30,828 --> 00:40:32,197
What do we have today?

824
00:40:32,222 --> 00:40:34,054
- I just have one more witness,
- Your Honor.

825
00:40:34,079 --> 00:40:35,088
Promise?

826
00:40:35,089 --> 00:40:37,418
I think so. Aren't you having fun?

827
00:40:37,443 --> 00:40:39,247
We object to this witness, Your Honor.

828
00:40:40,443 --> 00:40:42,233
All alone again, are you, Counselor?

829
00:40:42,258 --> 00:40:44,337
Yes, Mr. Kresteva thought
it best to stay away

830
00:40:44,362 --> 00:40:46,131
given this next witness.

831
00:40:46,156 --> 00:40:47,459
Now I am curious.

832
00:40:47,484 --> 00:40:49,162
You know who this witness is?

833
00:40:49,187 --> 00:40:51,264
Yes, the subpoena was
served this morning.

834
00:40:51,289 --> 00:40:54,248
And I would like to
reiterate my objection

835
00:40:54,273 --> 00:40:56,734
to permitting this man to testify.

836
00:40:56,759 --> 00:40:59,755
Ms. Quinn, for all her
purported innocence,

837
00:40:59,780 --> 00:41:02,234
seems hell-bent on compromising the
integrity of the judicial system.

838
00:41:02,258 --> 00:41:03,593
Your Honor, I have done
nothing of the sort.

839
00:41:03,617 --> 00:41:04,968
We're saying that that the DOJ...

840
00:41:04,999 --> 00:41:08,467
My God, you people love
to hear yourselves talk.

841
00:41:08,492 --> 00:41:10,131
Call your witness.

842
00:41:10,156 --> 00:41:12,326
We call Henry Rindell.

843
00:41:12,351 --> 00:41:14,260
- Thank you.
- Are you all right?

844
00:41:14,575 --> 00:41:16,936
No, not really.

845
00:41:17,879 --> 00:41:20,455
I wish I could tell
you it'll get easier.

846
00:41:20,954 --> 00:41:22,907
I wish you could tell me that, too.

847
00:41:22,932 --> 00:41:25,244
I imagine this is someone
who's going to be testifying

848
00:41:25,269 --> 00:41:27,698
- in front of the grand jury later?
- It is, Your Honor.

849
00:41:27,723 --> 00:41:30,644
And I imagine you're going to
promise not to ask questions

850
00:41:30,728 --> 00:41:32,774
about what he'll testify to?

851
00:41:32,799 --> 00:41:34,399
I'll go even further, Your Honor.

852
00:41:34,424 --> 00:41:36,611
I have just one question
for this witness.

853
00:41:36,636 --> 00:41:38,041
Any objections, Counselor?

854
00:41:38,066 --> 00:41:40,252
Well, that depends on
the question, Your Honor.

855
00:41:40,277 --> 00:41:41,922
Quite the suspenseful moment.

856
00:41:41,947 --> 00:41:43,377
Please, proceed.

857
00:41:43,402 --> 00:41:44,978
Mr. Rindell...

858
00:41:45,212 --> 00:41:46,564
good morning.

859
00:41:46,589 --> 00:41:48,049
Good morning.

860
00:41:48,556 --> 00:41:51,822
What did Michael Kresteva
offer you in exchange

861
00:41:51,847 --> 00:41:53,947
for your grand jury testimony?

862
00:41:58,048 --> 00:42:00,127
What are you looking at him for?

863
00:42:01,830 --> 00:42:04,166
I wasn't sure of the question.

864
00:42:04,191 --> 00:42:05,400
Well, then, look at me.

865
00:42:05,425 --> 00:42:07,714
What did Michael Kresteva
offer you in exchange

866
00:42:07,739 --> 00:42:09,517
for your grand jury testimony?

867
00:42:17,793 --> 00:42:19,707
He said he would recommend to the judge

868
00:42:19,732 --> 00:42:24,340
a sentence of ten years
instead of life without parole.

869
00:42:25,738 --> 00:42:27,379
No further questions.

870
00:42:31,029 --> 00:42:33,524
I had no idea of the plea deal.

871
00:42:33,549 --> 00:42:35,715
No, I did not authorize it.

872
00:42:35,997 --> 00:42:39,113
Yes, Senator, I
understand you lost money.

873
00:42:39,138 --> 00:42:41,277
I've got the Sun-Times on line one.

874
00:42:41,302 --> 00:42:42,841
Tell them no comment.

875
00:42:42,866 --> 00:42:44,575
And Mike Kresteva's here.

876
00:42:44,600 --> 00:42:48,059
Have him come in and hold my calls.

877
00:42:50,177 --> 00:42:52,144
Aah.

878
00:42:54,467 --> 00:42:55,965
Yes. No.

879
00:43:01,785 --> 00:43:03,855
So that's what that does.

880
00:43:03,880 --> 00:43:05,379
Congratulations.

881
00:43:05,404 --> 00:43:06,813
What for?

882
00:43:06,838 --> 00:43:08,895
I was just relieved of my duties.

883
00:43:08,920 --> 00:43:10,629
You're kidding.

884
00:43:10,654 --> 00:43:12,823
I mean, I'm sorry.

885
00:43:12,848 --> 00:43:14,910
Here you go. Little present for you.

886
00:43:14,935 --> 00:43:16,559
And I didn't get you anything.

887
00:43:16,584 --> 00:43:18,988
Yes, and let's keep it that way.

888
00:43:19,459 --> 00:43:23,004
Well, I'm just happy it's over.

889
00:43:23,029 --> 00:43:25,442
- That's funny.
- What is?

890
00:43:25,467 --> 00:43:28,910
I just think it's funny
that you think this is over.

891
00:43:31,580 --> 00:43:33,223
Here you go.

892
00:43:40,455 --> 00:43:42,122
Ada.

893
00:43:51,799 --> 00:43:53,458
I owe you a thank you.

894
00:43:53,483 --> 00:43:55,294
- No, you don't.
- I do.

895
00:43:55,319 --> 00:43:57,709
- You could have protected yourself...
- Please, don't mention it.

896
00:43:57,733 --> 00:43:59,773
And instead, you protected me.

897
00:44:01,220 --> 00:44:03,459
You got me this job.

898
00:44:03,826 --> 00:44:05,591
You deserved it.

899
00:44:08,733 --> 00:44:10,236
Thank you.

900
00:44:19,395 --> 00:44:20,838
Let's get a drink.

901
00:44:21,208 --> 00:44:24,708
No. No, I...

902
00:44:24,709 --> 00:44:27,169
I better get home and...

903
00:44:29,028 --> 00:44:30,958
Sure. Yeah.

904
00:44:30,983 --> 00:44:32,278
Let's get a drink.

905
00:45:03,943 --> 00:45:08,575
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