♪ – Mr. Barba,
are you ready to begin your cross-examination
of the defendant? – No, Your Honor. I’d like to recall a witness: Luke Keller. Luke, did you intentionally
shoot Trey Franklin because you were angry at him for being
in a sexual relationship with your mother? – No. That’s not true. I shot him because I thought
he was raping her. – And why did you think that? – Because she looked me
in the eye and yelled, “Help. He’s raping me.” ♪ – Members of the jury,
have you reached a verdict? – We have, Your Honor. – What say you? – On the charge
of second degree murder, we find the defendant guilty. On the charge of third degree
rape of a minor, we find the defendant guilty. – The state of New York
thanks you for your service. Court is adjourned. – Luke! I love you.
– Nicole, no. – And I forgive you! I do! Do you hear me?
Do you hear me? I’m still your mother! I’ll always be your mother,
no matter what you’ve done! I will always be your mother! – Let’s go.
– Congratulations, Lieutenant. You’ve convinced my son
I’m the devil. – No, Nicole. You did that all by yourself. – You okay? Look. He’s a strong kid.
He’ll be fine. – You really believe that? – [sighs] Can I buy you a drink? – No, thanks.
I got to go home to see Noah. I got to– I just want to be with my boy. ♪