History Recap / LawAndOrderS6E21ProSe

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James told Patricia that he'd rented the apartment so he could jump off the balcony. Patricia argues that he needs someone to make him take his medication. Rivera halts her and asks if Smith wants to object, but Smith shakes his head. He's clearly moved by her testimony. Later, Smith accepts [=McCoy's=] earlier plea, with the minimum six year plea. Smith is required to allocate, and with Lowe's support, he reads a paper saying that he followed Bowers to a clothing store, grew impatient with waiting for her to exit, went inside, and killed everyone. His voicing is tense and staccato like, and before he finishes the statement, he tosses the paper away, saying that it's full of needles. He goes on a delusional rant, complete with Biblical quotations. Patricia, in the audience, looks resigned. Smith begins to remove his clothes, saying he needs armor. [=McCoy=] says that they don't need allocution, and Smith is sentenced to a sentence between 6 and 18 years.

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James told Patricia that he'd rented the apartment so he could jump off the balcony. Patricia argues that he needs someone to make him take his medication. Rivera halts her and asks if Smith wants to object, but Smith shakes his head. He's clearly moved by her testimony. Later, Smith accepts [=McCoy's=] earlier plea, with the minimum six year plea. Smith is required to allocate, and with Lowe's support, he reads a paper saying that he followed Bowers to a clothing store, grew impatient with waiting for her to exit, went inside, and killed everyone. His voicing is tense and staccato like, and before he finishes the statement, he tosses the paper away, saying that it's full of needles. He goes on a delusional rant, complete with Biblical quotations. Patricia, in the audience, looks resigned. Smith begins to remove his clothes, saying he needs armor. Taking pity on Smith, [=McCoy=] says that they don't need allocution, and Smith is sentenced to a sentence between 6 and 18 years.
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