Annalise gives a testimony on her past client, Nate Lahey Sr., who was killed by guards while in prison. While addressing the jury, he defends Nate's character and mentions issues concerning prejudice that are present in the courtroom and prison system.
Jim Garrison talks to a jury during the trial of Clay Shaw and urges it to pursue the path of truth and justice. He states that truth is a threat to power and that justice does not come automatically; it is up to human beings to create justice. Jim reminds the jury of its democratic principles and recalls the famous quote by John F. Kennedy, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country."
A lawyer reminds the jury to not let their personal stance on an issue affect the ability of others to enjoy a product or service. He urges the members of the jury to support the freedom of expression and warns that their decision could place unnecessary restrictions on the citizens' first amendment rights.