Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 9: "Comma" Quotes
Bannon: A well regulated Militia, comma, being necessary to the security of a free State, comma, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
Stone: Of all the amendments, that's not the one I'd think you'd quote in a bar.
Bannon: If it weren't for that damn second comma, we might not be here.
Stone: That and Justice Scalia.
Bannon: May he rest in peace.
Abigail: Have you ever put someone away, Mr. Stone, who you weren't sure was 100% guilty?
Abigail: Do you think about them?
Stone: I do.
Abigail: What if I can't do it?
Stone: Then there's a chance Kennedy's killer will go unpunished.
Mr. Malone: She did have a run-in with another group of students. There was disciplinary action, but the charges were dropped.
Antonio: What was it about?
Mr. Malone: She was part of a group on campus. The Madison Club. They talked politics and handed out pocket Constitutions. Apparently it offended some people. And why not? After all, it was written by dead white slaveowners.
Antonio: I still don't get why you ran.
Abigail: The clanging.
Abigail: In prison there was this guard named Victor. He'd drag this metal chain across the floor.
Stone: Abigail was on two types of anti-depressants.
Jeffries: Thank God stupid isn't a defense.
Valdez: Here's your phone. You got a message from US Attorney Harrison.
Jeffries: Who violated the girl's rights?
Valdez: Spain. They want her back to stand re-trial.
Stone: You wouldn't think that the same country that gave us papaya hasn't thought of double jeopardy yet.
Laura: Tell us about Kennedy Malloy.
Abigail: Christ, I must have shot her. That's what you want me to say, right? I must be a killer. I killed Kennedy Malloy.
Antonio: She was 18 when she went to Madrid. She didn't speak the language. For all we know, she's a sweet kid.
Laura: She's hot, so she's innocent.
Antonio: Oh come on, I didn't say I wanted to marry the girl.
Laura: She ran into Kevin in Montana.
Antonio: She was acquitted.
Laura: Right... Would you let her babysit your kids?
Valdez: I think it's too early to convict her.
Jeffries: I wouldn't rely on the TV movie.
Valdez: I read two books and the trial transcripts. If Abigail Chapman hadn't been as beautiful as she was, this case never would have gone to trial.
Jeffries: Justice.It's a wonderful thing. Find the girl.
Cop: Hey. When Daddy Warbucks' kids gets whacked, they call in the big guns.
Laura: I wouldn't mind getting my ass back into a warm bed.