Chicago Justice Quotes
Brett: I did tell you that you couldn't win against Frank.
Valdez: You never actually said that. You just told me what a great guy Frank is.
Brett: Sometimes you do what you have to do to get ahead.
Jeffries: I took an oath, Frank, to protect and serve all the people of this city, not just the ones whose numbers are in my iPhone.
Frank: 30 years of friendship means nothing, Mark? Okay, I see what you're doing. You're putting up your own building, Mark, 30 stories of brick and mortar, and you know I'm the only one who can get in the way of you getting to your rooftop.
Sarah: I can't help you.
Stone: Then maybe your brother can.
Sarah: Good luck with that. Brett worships Frank, and Frank would never give him reason to think otherwise I appreciate your enthusiasm, but you can't stop Frank.
Laura: Do I want to know where you got this from?
Laura: Okay, then tell me about you and Perali. Stone seemed -
Antonio: If you don't want to help, you don't have to.
Laura: I didn't say that. I'm just saying, this seems a little sketchy.
Linden: I'm sure you're a very smart girl but -
Valdez: You can pat me on the head if youd like.
Linden: Sorry, sorry. PC felony. Take me away. You're not a girl, you're a woman.
Valdez: I'm an assistant state's attorney.
Linden: Sorry. You know, we'd all be better off if we could just say what we really think.
Anyone can make money, but you know what I find impressive? When you fly into O'Hare and you see a building with your name on it pricking into the sky.Linden
Annalise: Mommy! Mommy!
Mrs. Wheeler: Mommy's talking to the nice man, sweetheart.
Stone: How old are you? Nine? Ten?
Annalise: No! I'm four!
Stone: Four, huh?
Mrs. Wheeler: Go play.
Mrs. Wheeler: I still haven't told her yet. How do you tell a four-year-old her daddy's never coming home?
Antonio: How much did you drink last night?
Kara: You don't have to answer that, John.
John: No, it's all right. I had one beer when I got off shift and one when I got home.
Laura: Two beers, that's it?
Kara: That's what he said, and I don't like what you're implying.
Laura: What about drugs?
John: I never even smoked weed in high school, and I'm not about to start now.
Kara: And so it begins. I told you, they're gonna pin this on you.
Antonio: What the hell happened?
Man: Crane was lifting an I-bar, it slipped, the G-bar took out 6 floors. Hit that car and that's all she wrote.
O'Boyle: We do our dances in the courtroom, but that's all it is. But Banks, he puts on a badge and maybe he lives but maybe he dies by the law.
Stone: So you're saying he can kill with impunity?
O'Boyle: Of course not. But this broken system we're dancing around in, I'm not sure it's prepared to find him guilty for it.
Laura: I'm sorry I got you into this.
Eric: You didn't get me into anything. You kept me out of jail.
Laura: And I put a target on your back.
Antonio: We know about the orange Olds.
Jerry: It was a Chevy.
Laura: And you said it was red.
Antonio: Look, we know about the trouble Bobby got into.
Jerry: It was a mistake! Bobby didn't know that girl was 15.
Antonio: Officers Banks and Kim helped him out of that jam, but you don't owe them anything.
Laura: If you stick to your story about a red Chevy, an innocent person could go to jail.
Jerry: I know what I saw. We're done here.