VIKTOR SCHRECK: As the prosecuting attorney in this case, I’m going to need every advantage I can get. I wonder if it’s possible to convince myself to represent myself in court.
ALICE: That doesn’t sound like a good idea.
VIKTOR SCHRECK: It’s a terrible idea. Only a fool represents himself in court. But that would make it much easier for me to do my job.
ALICE: As a prosecutor, but it would make your life harder as a defendant.
VIKTOR SCHRECK: Yes, you’re right. I’d never go for it.
ADALAI FOULE: Indeed you wouldn’t.
VIKTOR SCHRECK: Adalai! What are you doing here?
ADALAI FOULE: I came as soon as I got your message. I’ve agreed to represent you as your defense attorney.
VIKTOR SCHRECK: I hired you as my defense attorney?
ADALAI FOULE: I’m afraid so.
VIKTOR SCHRECK: I’m far more cunning than I originally imagined.
ADALAI FOULE: You told me you’d say that.