I've talked to all my witnesses.
I've got all my exhibits marked.
And tonight after I put my little boy to bed, I'll finish writing my voir dire.
Tomorrow morning, for one last time, I will pick a jury on behalf of the Great State of Texas.
I'm trying a murder case against an excellent and diligent defense attorney.
One of my favorite prosecutors in the Office will be sitting second chair with me.
And I'll get to try the case in front of the Best Damn Judge in the Courthouse.
I know that time and life experiences can change a person's outlook on things as years go by and circumstances shape you.
But as for tomorrow, I can honestly say that when I stand up in front of those 65 people on the jury panel, as I represent the State of Texas and the Harris County District Attorney's Office one last time . . .
. . . there won't be a place in the World that I'd rather be.