"Would I ever do the case down the Bailey? Would I ever repeat that closing speech to a real Jury, up and dressed in a real Jury box? I felt sleep drifting over me, dulling my senses and darkening my world. Should I ever… Who knows? For the moment all I can say is, "The defence rests.""
The closing words of "Rumpole rests his case" by the late John Mortimer