When was the last time anybody ever did a Jury View? O.J.?

Liz

Emily: Once we get the club, the jury gets off the bus and we take them to exactly where you said when the shooting happened.
Dylan: It's going to look a lot different during the day.
Emily: It doesn't matter. Dylan, it's not about what you saw, it's about what you heard.
Dylan: Which was nothing. I heard nothing.

Emily: I'm just getting out of a marriage. I still have to go through a divorce.
Luke: We'll take it at your pace.

We pursue the truth, no matter where it takes us.

Lola

Driscoll: Ms. Cartwright, how did you come to amass 200,000 followers?
Janni: By you, do you mean Irk?
Driscoll: Let me rephrase, I'd like to know how you, Janni, created your avatar Irk.
Janni: I, uh, uh, she, Irk is air cobra who descends from a long line of avian Queens. I'm royalty. I mean Irk's royalty, I, um. She...
Lola: Counselor, does your witness need a minute?
Driscoll: How 'bout you keep your pronouns straight?
Jani: I can't.
Lola: Jani, why do you find it difficult to answer Mr. Driscoll's questions?
Jani: I'm more comfortable when I'm online, when I'm just me.
Lola: Alright, but we are here, and you're a witness in a very serious proceeding.
Jani: Irk isn't in my mind. Irk's me.

You're real!

Lola

Officer: You fit the description, you ducked behind a car.
Luke: To tie my shoe.
Officer: I don't know that. All I know is I got a male, black, smashing windows. You get it, right?
Luke: Am I free to go now.
Officer: Enjoy the rest of your run.

Lola: Judge Binner!
Liz: What, you didn't like your new furniture? Stairwell 411?
Lola: Oh, right. Getting my 10,000 steps in is kind of hard without the Santa Monica stairs, so I ask people to meet me up here and then we walking down.
Liz: In heels?
Lola: Each step counts as double. Plus, it's nice to get outside of the office. How's your day?
Liz: Lovely, thanks for asking. I understand our chambers can feel a bit snug at first.
Lola: No, I like them very much.
Liz: But instead of the fire route, we do have the judges' lounge.
Lola: I'm trying to ease my way in. There's a little too much golf talk for me.
Liz: If you want to feel like you belong, and I want you to, you will need to spend more time with us, your new friends. And less time up here in the treehouse with your old ones. I'll see ya in the lounge.

Lola: The governor signed a bill last year. I thought we won this battle.
Lisa: We did. Hey, I need to talk to the L.A. County sheriff. He's not going to take the call, so you just have to threaten him a little. Thanks. What are the charges?
Lola: Felony assault, first offense, no warrants out on the accused.
Lisa: He's undocumented.
Lola: This doesn't make any sense. How did ICE even know he was there? Somebody tipped them off.
Lisa: They're planning something bigger and are softening the ground with the least experience judged in the building. Where's the defendant now?
Lola: Courtroom holding, we're in recess.
Lisa: Judge Carmichael. Your court is now a legal and political minefield. Please endeavor not to blow anything up until I can get some answers.
Lola: Got it. Don't blow anything up. How exactly do I do that?
Lisa: Remain impartial. Don't let any of this affect the outcome of your defendant's trial.

Mark: So, okay so do I have daddy issues?
Lola: Ugh, yeah.
Mark: Yeah, I do, right.
Lola: Call Vik, maybe he'll be up for a drink tonight.

Rockstead: I love what you've done with the place, making it your own. Exotic.
Lola: What, the pillows?
Sherri: Okay, let's go.
Rockstead: The ICE thing, I'd appreciate it if you don't drag the rest of us into your little theatrical.
Lola: I think you would be just as concerned about this situation as I am.
Rockstead: Not everyone in this building thinks like you, Judge Carmichael. To assume that only reveals your youth. My advice, pull the thorn and keep walking.

Sherri: We need to talk unauthorized furniture.
Lola: Good morning, Sherri.
Sherri: This is a perfectly good bookcase.
Lola: For Game of Thrones. I'm sure someone around here will want it.
Sherri: Your honor.
Lola: Call me Lola.
Sherri: Never gonna happen.
Lola: Let's give it a try, it's a fun name to say. Good morning Sherri. Good morning--
Sherri: Your honor.

All Rise Quotes

Sherri: Your honor?
Lola: This is a big moment for me. I just want to be present for it.

Mark: Your honor? Your Honor? Lola? I know you're up here. Why does it always have to be the top floor?
Lola: Because I don't want anyone to find me.
Mark: I told you to be sphinx-like.
Lola: I can't talk about my case.
Mark: It's okay. Lots of other people are.
Lola: Thanks a lot.
Mark: The sphinx has survived for 4500 years by silently staring down the enemy and then asking the right questions.
Lola: She wasn't dealing with LAPD and... I can't talk about it. It's just that... up on that bench, in this thing, everything is different. And that detective, I need to make a difference, but I can't tell if this is the battle, or this is the war.
Mark: What can I do?
Lola: Visit me at traffic court in Palmdale.
Mark: Never gonna happen.