Aaron: Nothing is more important than me getting you out. But you gotta let me know that you want it and that you're willing to fight.
Jamal: Whatever it takes.

Isabelle: Mr. Wallace, do you think we made a difference?
Aaron: I don't know. What do you think?
Isabelle: I guess we'll see.

To protect and serve, that's what you were supposed to do.

Mrs. Josiah

Andy would've given his son that Talk sooner or later, but Marcel doesn't need to hear it now, does he? This all needs to change right now, today.


A terrible, horrible mistake was made by both men, but a mistake is not a crime.


When the trial is over, I'm going to recommend that you be taken off of probation. You and I both know it's ridiculous.


So if a Black woman does anything outside of your rule book she's a race traitor?


I wouldn't dare ask your forgiveness but I will spend the rest of my life trying to make up for it. To you. To everyone in our community.


Aaron: You think I'm biting off more than I can chew?
Spencer: I feel you've awakened the sleeping giant.
Aaron: They're not sleeping, Spencer.

You were complicit every day you stepped into a car with that sociopath and if it were up to me, we wouldn't even be offering you that deal.


Aaron: You don't have to go down for them. Think of yourself. Think of your family.
Matranga: So what are you offering?
Henry: Immunity if you testify against Diaz and Linsey.

You're that cop lawyer I seen on TV. Shame on you!


For Life Quotes

Just know that it's you who got you where you are. Then caving right now? It means you won. Take that home with you and go meet your grandson.


I used to have a vision of what it would be like of seeing a jury declare my innocence in front of the world. Of finally stepping out of this place no longer a convinced drug kingpin. Just a man with his family but that was a long time ago before I knew what it would take. Before I knew how powerful the forces adding me really were and what they were willing to do going after my wife, threatening my friends, leveraging everything in my life against me. But what if that was just a fantasy? What if life doesn't really work that way? What if somehow I get my freedom and have to give up justice? Would I be willing to live with that? 

Aaron Voiceover