advertisement Jimmy Wyler: Do you believe in redemption, Mr. White? White: As long as it doesn't require funeral arrangements. Neil Avedon: What are the chances the judge will keep Dr. Lester's records sealed? Theodore Hoffman: Zero. But I think she's wrong. And if I'm right about him, Lester's records are filled with references to your violent nature. Chris Docknovich: Including a back-dated memo describing how you confessed to murdering Jessica. Neil Avedon: This is my shrink we're talking about? Theodore Hoffman: We're talking about a thoroughly corrupt bastard who's selling you down the river. Annie Hoffman: I keep putting this conversation off and putting it off and I can't any more. I can't keep living the way we've been living. Theodore Hoffman: The trial's been exhausting, I know. Annie Hoffman: I think we need to separate for a while. Theodore Hoffman: Annie, don't do this, I love you. Annie Hoffman: [in tears] I'm sorry. Theodore Hoffman: Cross said he'd waive any conflict. He wants me to represent Avedon. David Blalock: Complicated man. Theodore Hoffman: Davey, if I was making book I make it three to one Avedon didn't kill that girl. David Blalock: Well, if he was guilty you wouldn't think he'd have told Polson he was at the girl's apartment just to get out from under a drug bust. Theodore Hoffman: If Cross did it, why does he want me on the case? David Blalock: 'Cause he likes playing with fire and you're the hottest guy in town... Theodore Hoffman: If he didn't do it then it makes more sense. Take a ride with me to Parker Center. We're going to represent this kid. Chris Docknovich: You don't hold out much hope Cross is still there, do you? Theodore Hoffman: Richard Cross has always managed to stay one step ahead of us. If he's dying, it just might allow us to catch up.