A: Order in the court!
B: I would like to make my plea.
A: What is it?
B: I would like to plead not guilty.
A: You do realize that all the evidence points to you?
B: I know. But I did not do it.
A: How do you figure that?
B: I didn't commit the crime.
A: Do you know who did?
B: If I tell you who did, will you release me?
A: I'm sure we can work out some kind of deal.
B: I'll tell you all you need to know.
B: Your Honor, I am ready to make my plea.
A: What's your plea?
B: I am pleading not guilty.
A: But all the evidence points to you.
B: I am not the guilty party
A: What are you saying?
B: I am not the person who committed that crime.
A: Who is?
B: Will you let me go if I tell you?
A: We can work something out.
B: I have no problem singing like a canary.
A: I need order in the court!
B: I am ready to make my plea.
A: What do you plead?
B: I plead not guilty.
A: All the evidence indicates that you are guilty.
B: I realize that, but I am not guilty.
A: Is that right?
B: I had nothing to do with the crime that was committed.
A: Who is the guilty party?
B: I'll tell you if you let me go.
A: I'd be glad to make a deal with you.
B: I am willing to tell you that information.