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OK, Claude Dancer... (32.28)

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Bryan: You know, I remember when you were my professor, you told us a lawyer's calling was beyond mere recompense. It was to serve the spirit of the law regardless of gain.

Orrin: Yeah. It is. Until it's not.

Bryan: What?

Orrin: You'll see. Once you sell out and play for the defence, too.

Bryan: Nah I’ve found my calling.

Orrin: OK, Claude Dancer. One day you'll be coming to me just like this, asking for a job.

 

Claude Dancer was a high-powered prosecuter from the Attorney General's office, a fictional character played by George C. Scott in the 1959 movie, Anatomy of A Murder.