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  • So that's how you're gonna play it?

  • Excuse me?

  • You're not gonna give me your real settlement offer right now? I have no idea what you're talking about.

settlement [ˈsɛtlmənt]

n. 解决、结算、<律>金钱或财产的转让(契约)、沉淀、定居点

  • Bullshit. I knew there was a reason that woman didn't give me an offer before. Now I know it's because you wanted me to see that.

  • Now that you mention it, I did take the liberty of whipping up a little standard boilerplate. No admission of guilt, you settle for pennies on the dollar, and that's take it or leave it.

liberty [ˈlɪbərti]

n. 自由、许可权、放肆,无礼、解放,释放

boilerplate [ˈbɔɪlərpleɪt]

n. 样板文件、公式化,陈词滥调

  • Well, then let me tell you right now-- we're leaving it.

  • You're required to present this to your client.

  • Well, I'm also required to give them my legal opinion, which is that you stand to lose a lot more than that.

  • Maybe you missed what just went on back there.

  • What went on back there is the judge ruled in my favor, and you didn't get your case dismissed.

ruled [ruld]

adj. (纸张)有平行线条的

  • He also showed his hand. Now, how do you think 12 jurors are gonna rule when it's plain as day that the guy hearing the case doesn't even trust you?

juror [ˈdʒʊrə(r)]

n. 陪审员、审查委员、宣誓人、评委