From the horse's mouth
Reflections on 2012, in the words of some of our more notable public and private figures.
I'm a criminal in that movie. Don't they realize that?
Michael Douglas, of Wall Street types who hero-worship his Gordon Gekko character, toThe New York Times.
Had Marilyn Monroe's film been called 'How to Register a Domestic Partnership with a Millionaire,' it would not have conveyed the same meaning.
Ninth Circuit, invalidating California's Proposition 8.
It is almost embarrassing to be doing it.
Florida Supreme Court Justice Fred Lewis on accepting support from "super-PACs" in his merit retention race. He and two colleagues beat back Republican-backed efforts to turn them out of office.
Being in the Bible Belt cost my client and her sons $2 million.
Atlanta attorney Roderick Edmond, who thought a medical malpractice jury awarded less money because the victim suffered a fatal heart attack during adulterous three-way sex.
What people call genocide in my country is just the judicial system in Texas.
Sacha Baron Cohen, in character as North African despot Admiral General Aladeen, from his movie The Dictator.
I would not.
Michael Trotter of Atlanta's Taylor English Duma, asked by The New York Times whether he would encourage his grandchildren to go to law school, given the state of the profession.
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