Conti called Donald Brooks' alibi witness "Kendra Brown" and her name was typed "Kendra Brown" on the statement, but the character's name was seen as "Kendra White" in the closing credits.
Brianna: Why would you do that?
Jon: Because... to get my job back... to show Swain what I can do.
Brianna: There are a lot of things that I hate about you, but that has got to top the list!
Swain: So here's the thing. I can get my political enemy to vote for me, but I can't get my (points at Conti)... person I work with... to do the same.
Conti: (grinning) Were you about to say "friend?"
Conti: I think you were!
Swain: No, I wasn't. Why?
Conti: Nothing... can I sign your yearbook?
Swain: (smiling and pointing to door) Go away, I'm done with you.
Conti: (leaves room mumbling to self) ... person I work with!!
(after Donald Brooks has been released and Russell O'Brian offers him a job)
O'Brian: He's not going to call.
Conti: It's his choice, Russ.
O'Brian: He was right.
O'Brian: He said we live in two different countries.
Brooks: Why do you care?
O'Brian: Why do I care? You're going to find this hard to believe. We have a great system in this country. In your case, it failed. What happened to you... it's not right... it's un-American.
Brooks: (laughing sarcastically) I'm sorry. It think you and me live in two different countries.
Brianna: Trust me?
Jon: If it gives me the chance to impress him, why not.
Brianna: Well, it just sounds a little false coming from the biggest liar in here.
The song heard in this episode was "Colors" by Amos Lee.
The opening scene of "Another Country" departed from the formula of showing the viewers what the jury believed then proceeding to having the National Justice Project learn the truth.