Clerk: Oh, yes, Mr. Dresher, Judge McIntire telephoned to say you'd be coming. Would you just fill this out, it acknowledges that...
Dresher: It acknowledges that I'm in the classroom for auditing purposes only. Later, if I enroll, I will receive appropriate credit.
Clerk: You make the job too easy.
Ed: They want your life history around here.
Dresher: The cybernetic age. We're a nation gathering statistics.
Ed: I hear the course is worth it, though.
Dresher: McIntire is a real-life judge, and famous.
Ed: Plus a department murder case.
Dresher: Should be interesting after eight years. I remember the case well. I testified in it.
Judge Leland McIntire: Je ne regrette rien. "I regret nothing." That's the name of a love song popular in France at the moment I think. Ah, the French, they carry love and logic to an absurdity. (class laughs) Case number 678549, the people of the state of California versus John Parkman. Crime, section 1-8-7 of the penal code, murder in first. Transcript of the first six days of the trial. There are twenty of these people, I hope we can get through them all.