Angela: I've got nothing to say.
Caroline: You're under oath as a material witness, Ms. Montenegro.
Angela: I swore to tell the truth, and the truth is that I am not saying anything.
Caroline: Judge Haddoes, could you ...
Judge Haddoes: The witness will answer.
Angela No, the witness will not.
Brennan: Angela, answer!
Judge Haddoes: Silence, please. The witness will answer, or will find her in contempt.
Angela: (to the judge) Is there any way that I could talk you out of that?
: Why would you call a witness you knew wouldn't answer?
Caroline: I figured once she got up here and saw your scary face she'd rethink her options.
Angela: I'm taking the Fifth.
Caroline: Chérie, the Fifth refers to the Fifth Amendment, which protect you from being forced to incriminate yourself.
Angela: Okay, alright, well, the First Amendment protects freedom of association, right? Which means that it protects friendship. So I'm taking the First. Which, is even better than taking the Fifth.
Judge Haddoes: There is no friendship in a homicide trial! This is he Federal District Court for the District of Columbia, United States of America! When this asks you a question, you answer, or you pay the ferryman.
Angela: It ain't gonna happen.