I grew up in a courtroom kind of like the one you saw in 'To Kill a Mockingbird' - big, big courtroom, sometimes it didn't even have air conditioning.
I don't believe love goes away just because you're buried in a casket.
Well, of course I think people can be forgiven. But our justice system is not set up to dispense forgiveness. You can go to the local priest for that.
After I lost my fiance, it seemed like it would be better to always be alone than to risk being hurt again.
I do not favor the gag order.
Believe it or not, there are people who want to be on juries.
I don't like juries having the wool pulled over their eyes. I don't think that's what the Constitution is about.
I have 'To Kill A Mockingbird' signed by Harper Lee. That is my prized possession.
I would have liked to personally have prosecuted Scott Peterson.
I was in the courtroom prosecuting violent felonies for well over a decade.
I always thought that was one of the single most important things a prosecutor could do is to seek justice for the families of victims.
I majored in Shakespearean studies at a very tiny school in Georgia.
To suggest that you can't be both a mother who is completely in love with her babies, and a professional who is tough and tenacious, is ridiculous.
You see, some lawyers have the talent, have the charisma, but no discipline. They come into court unprepared, without having done their research.