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Q&A: In the Castle TV series, why does all the criminals say “Call my lawyer” instead of denying?


by iNkMan_

Question by в.נ. тне неаδ ςίυеπ: In the Castle TV series, why does all the criminals say “Call my lawyer” instead of denying?
Whenever they’re accused, they don’t deny or say “I don’t know how that happened” They just say, “I want to call my lawyer” or something like that. Some coincidence isn’t it?

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Answer by ♥ Paulomi ♥
lol, thats what i always used to think.. 😛

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Star Trek – The Original Series, Episode 15: Court-Martial [VHS]

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