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Professor Callahan: Would you rather have a client who committed a crime malum in se or malum prohibitum?
Elle: Neither.
Professor Callahan: And why's that?
Elle: I would rather have a client who's innocent.
Professor Callahan: Dare to dream, Miss Woods. Miss Kensington, which would you prefer?
Vivian: Malum prohibitum, because then the client would have committed a regulatory infraction as opposed to a dangerous crime.
Professor Callahan: Well done, Miss Kensington. It's obvious you've done your homework. Now, let's look at malum prohibitum a little more closely. It has been said-- [Elle raises her hand] Yes, Miss Woods?
Elle: I changed my mind. I'll take the dangerous one, because I'm not afraid of a challenge.
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