"Officer of the law, defense attorney. We're supposed to be enemies." "First of, we've been enemies since we were four, Brett, so let's not blame it on career choices. Secondly, I'm not a particularly good defense attorney."
"Multiple stab wounds. The ambulance got there quick, but my mom says all the family she knew about's passed on. I knew you were looking into her tenancy case. I thought you might be able to point us toward the next of kin." "No, she didn't have anyone. Just us."
"Hey you're the guy, the one that killed Blake and shot those cops!" "I didn't kill Detective Blake, or shoot those cops. Blake and Hoffman were dirty, working for Wilson Fisk, along with a lot of others from your precinct. I'm not the bad guy."
"Now, we got history, so I'll tell you as a friend, you stay out of this shit. If you got a witness, the smart move is to turn him over and walk away. Hell's Kitchen is about to explode." "You hear that? He called me friend."
"The whole force is split. Some cops want him off the street, others think he's making our jobs a whole lot easier. But if you ask me, it's only a matter of time before the wrong person gets caught in the crossfire."
"Hey, stay out of it. You hear me?" "I just wanna help, Sergeant." "No, you can't help. You're the problem! 'Cause of you, the uniform means dick. Cops are no longer preventing crime, we're just chasing it. Mopping up the mess that you people leave in your wake."
"Look, none of this is my problem. But all I know is, you go up against this DA and lose. The only funeral to attend will be your firm's. You're talkin' career suicide." "If we walk away we're letting him die."
"Besides making sure Castle's face is plastered across every TV channel and newspaper? The DA and the medical examiner are dead, the same asshole takes a shot at you, and so far nobody in this entire city's seen a damn thing. I'm sorry. That wasn't very professional." "Mmm. Like you said, it's been a long night."
"It might surprise you to know that we do keep track of two things real well. Records of people you put away and incident reports. Records on everyone else." "Everyone else?" "That's what they were after. They wanted to know everyone you ever saved."