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 Yale Galanter - “Normally in law enforcement here in the Southern district, we don't have 30 or 40 FBI agents raid someone's house because there's an allegation they have a satellite card.”
 Marc Galanter - “The smaller the jury, the more variance you get just from the play of the numbers.”
 Marc Galanter - “Lawyers in the United States have a central role, a visibility and prominence that doesn't exist anywhere else.”
 Yale Galanter - “His name just popped up ... it wasn't his voice, it was his name, ... close circle of friends.”
 Yale Galanter - “He's used to this type of thing in his life. The guy hasn't done anything wrong.”
 Marc Galanter - “We have 500-year-old lawyer jokes still in circulation and most of them go back at least 100 years. But around the 1980s, there was a great shift. They became much more hostile.”
 Marc Galanter - “In the public imagery, jury trials are very emblematic to people of what the law is.”
 Marc Galanter - “I don't look to jokes as a balanced look at life. But they can be an indicator. Jokes work on shared and collective perceptions among people.”
 Marc Galanter - “You can learn from them, you can see what is bothering people. ... The jokes are a screen on which people project their feelings about lawyers and the law.”
 Yale Galanter - “The media's perception of the rift between Jim and O.J. is just not accurate at all. They have a very cordial relationship.”
 Marc Galanter - “For elites, there is this hostility toward lawyers because they see lawyers as sort of attacking them ... but at the same time, for the larger population, there is a kind of disappointment with law. There was a sense that lawyers were going to bring remedies and justice -- and (they don't), so everybody ends up having a grievance about lawyers.”
 Marc Galanter - “For elites, there is this hostility toward lawyers because they see lawyers as sort of attacking them ... but at the same time, for the larger population, there is a kind of disappointment with law. There was a sense that lawyers were going to bring remedies and justice -- and (they don't), so everybody ends up having a grievance about lawyers,”
 Yale Galanter - “The judge basically denied us our right to a jury trial. This was a decision made by a judge in chambers. They said he did it we say he didn't. A jury should be able to make that decision.”
 Yale Galanter - “wishes to be an important part of this community and wishes to assimilate well into it. ... He looks forward to putting this unfortunate incident behind him.”
 Yale Galanter - “We plan to appeal this unjust ruling. There is no evidence that Mr. Simpson knew or should have known that the devices in his home were illegal. He wasn't even living in the house at the time. He was busy with his search for the real killers of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.”
 Yale Galanter - “I can assure you that Mr. Simpson doesn't have enough cash in his pocket or in his bank account to ever be involved in any type of money laundering.”
 Yale Galanter - “I can assure you that Mr. Simpson doesn't have enough cash in his pocket or in his bank account to ever be involved in any type of money laundering,”