danielle melnick for mr. howell and mr. boatman. (jude goldberg) you gentlemen are aware you're entitled to separate counsel? yes. yes. i'll make further inquiry on this after they're arraigned. how do they plead, ms. melnick? not guilty, judge. people on bail? mr. boatman, the gunman, was apprehended attempting to board an international flight. we obtained admissions implicating both defendants from robbie howell. (goldberg) what were their motives, missorgia? they held the victim responsible for nick howell's death in iraq. he was fighting over there? not exactly. he was killed during an ambush while he worked for a private militia called the diamond river group. they're the real criminals! they got my son killed. who is that? (melnick) that's my client's father, your honor. another outburst like that and he'll be on this side of the bar. he's upset that his son died due to this company's incompetence. save it for trial, ms. melnick. i'm remanding mr. boatman. bail for robbie howell will be set at $1 million cash or bond. [bangs g
i could be convinced that he wasn't fully aware of mr. boatman's intentions. you want his testimony. that's right. does he want a deal or not? no can do. (borgia) don't you think there's a problem representing both defendts? no. they waived the conflict. that wasn't a problem for you? that mr. howell wanted any plea bargain, i would withdraw as his counsel. we're offering you a plea to manslaughter, ten years. because i tried to help my parents? you were looking for revenge, mr. howell. when they hear about my brother at the trial, they're gonna let me go. i trust ms. melnick has told you that what happened in iraq has no bearing on this murder case. it may not even come into evidence. and there's where we part company, jack.
boatman check any bags? all he had was his carry-on. mr. boatman? boatman? yeah. can you step out of line please, sir? why? we got some questions we'd like to ask you. my plane leaves in 20 minutes. well, you'll have to take the next one. come on. have a seat. what were you doing in new york, mr. boatman? i work private security. in iraq. that's right. i came over here to catch on with a different company. you had to travel 7,000 miles to do that? yeah. (fontana) why'd you make the switch? better pay. better hours. same reasons you guys change departments. we heard you were having problems with your supervisor, jeffrey pope. why don't you get to the point? all right. we also heard about the ambushyou were involved in. that's no big secret. then you wouldn't mind filling us in on the details. we got ticketed to guard a truck from ramadi to baghdad. i'm in the rear suv with our interpreter. jamie cortez and nick howell are in the lead. about two miles out of town, nick hit a roadside bomb. next thing you know, a dozen ali babas are coming over the berm with aks. my
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