We did the right thing for the right reasons.
[Jackson participated in a conspiracy to intimidate and control his accuser and the teen's family] for his own public relations purposes, ... are directly connected to his public image.
To improper cross-examination style questioning.
Were you telling the truth?
In 37 years [as a prosecutor], I've never quibbled with a jury's verdict, and I'm not going to start today.
When a victim comes in and the victim tells you they've been victimized, and you believe that and you believe the evidence supports that, you don't look at their pedigree, ... We did the right thing for the right reasons.