G: __①__. We found it in his bone tissue.
C: Did you kill him for his pension checks?
M: Don't answer that question.
R: It's okay. Mel took those pills himself. He asked me to leave the house, so he could do it.
B: So now it's suicide?
R: He was dying from the heart trouble. __②__. He asked me to get it over with. I couldn't. I loved him.
G: This is the part that I'm having a hard time with. You were able to cut him up when you realized you couldn't afford the burial?
R: I lied about why.
M: Mrs. Bennett, don't ...
R: No. Let me talk. __③__.
C: Because a wife's benefits are cut in half when the husband dies.
R: Yes. Even if you've spent 50 years by his side - packing his lunch, pressing his work pants. Mel was my whole life. I didn't kill him. I couldn't even put him out of his misery.
C: So what do you think, Jim?
B: I don't know. You're the lab guys. What is the evidence telling you?
G: Forensically, we can't prove if Mel took the digoxin overdose or if she forced it on him.
C: So that leaves us with one choice.
G: Equivocal evidence.
C: Golden rule.
B: Ah. Well, "__④__", we must "as objective interpreters of that evidence side with the defendant." Tie goes to the runner.
G: Rose goes free. __⑤__.
C: I don't think she did it.
B: Okay, then. I guess I'm out of here. I'll go start my paperwork.
C: See you. Okay, so I was wrong. It wasn't murder.
G: It's not a contest.
C: You want to go in with me? Give her the good news?
G: Could you do it? I'm sorta late for a dinner.