I think I’m going to lose. I think the case sucks. My exhibits aren’t in order. I’m not prepared enough. People are going to find out that I don’t know what I’m doing and I’ve been running some charade all these years. I represent the Department of Justice, and my opening statement is going to fall flat at the most important point and the jury is going to laugh at me. And then I cry. I don’t throw up, a lot of people throw up, I have a strong stomach. And then I pull myself together, I rewrite my opening statement, work my exhibits. And that’s what I do for the rest of the night. That’s my routine. In the morning it starts and I’m fine.
Collateral, Annie Farrell