"My client was doing salvage work on the Titanic when the murder took place. And THAT, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, is what I call an airtight alibi."
Where’s your evidence? I think the prosecution should object, as the defense lawyer is testifying.
Sorry, but it doesn’t hold water.
I don’t think they’ll be able to salvage his defense, tho.
Where did the murder take place?
That “alibi” could seal his fate.
Not just airtight, but high-pressure airtight.