Assistant district attorney Greg tells district attorney Gary, referring to death row inmate Malcolm: "The diary gave them an opening, Gary, to argue insanity again... pumped him full of drugs..." (0:03)
Driver George tells ex-policeman Ed, referring to young Timothy, "He doesn't talk much..." (0:20)
Defense attorney Marty: "But in order to demonstrate his mental state..."
Judge Taylor: "His mental state?" (0:32)
Timothy's mother and accident victim Alice tells George, "I don't remember anything." (0:46)
Marty: "An insanity plea was refused by the court despite the fact that my client is a certifiable Axis-IV dissociative."
Marty, referring to Malcolm's diary: "What you are looking at are the private thoughts of several different people... Dr. Mallick will elaborate."
Mallick, "Your honor there is no universally efficacious treatment for dissociative identity disorder... move the patient toward integration... of their fractured psyche." (0:55)
Ed asks Mallick: "Did I black out again?"
Mallick "... a child's mind may fracture, creating disassociated identities... Malcolm Rivers... developed... Multiple Personality Syndrome."
"... you, Edward, are one of his personalities."
Ed sees Malcolm in a mirror.
Mallick: "Your blackouts."
"Malcolm is in the midst of a medical treatment, one which forces all his identities to confront one another for the first time... the number of the identities would be reduced."
"released an unspeakable rage." (1:10)
Mallick: "Your honor, Malcolm belongs in a state hospital."
Taylor: "I am transferring Mr. Rivers to state psychiatric services under the care of Dr. Mallick." (1:23)