Judge O'Hare: Mr. Holmes, do me a favor? Spare us the flourishes. You're under oath, and that oath counts. This is a real hearing presided over by a real judge.
Holmes: Of course, Your Honor. It is an administrative hearing. This court represents neither state nor federal law, but rather the dictates of the police department of New York. So, real judge, while not technically inaccurate, seems like an overstatement.
Judge O'Hare: By all means, let's be 100% accurate. I do only represent the police department of New York. We're here today because you screwed up. And the NYPD has empowered me, as a technically real judge, to determine the magnitude of said screw-up, and to make a recommendation as to whether or not you and your partner can continue your relationship with the city. Now, is that accurate enough for you?