Start: He’ll give Downey Involuntary. He
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Daniel Kaffee is a military lawyer assigned to the defense of Dawson and Downey, two young Marines
Start: He’ll give Downey Involuntary. He’ll do seven years. Dawson’ll have to plead guilty to the higher court.
End: Your passion is compelling, Jo. It’s also useless because Louden Downey needed a trial lawyer today.
For full, extended monologue see:
Sorkin, Aaron. A Few Good Men. Samuel French, 1989, pp. 106-107.