Judge: Well, Mr. Edwards, that was quite an interesting argument you made in there. Maybe you ought to become a lawyer.
Mr. Edwards: Thanks, Judge, but I wouldn't defend a law that doesn't respect people's feelings.
Judge: You think you could do me a favor by transporting Matthew to the authorities?
Mr. Edwards: You want me to do that?
Judge: My own schedule won't allow me to take the boy in myself, so if you could deliver him to the asylum in say, twenty years, I think that would be just fine.
Mr. Edwards: You mean that?
Judge: Yeah. Just make believe that I was never here, all right? Good bye, and good luck to you and Matthew.