51. It's like it agrees with you.
52. He's the one who referred Christy to you.
*refer somebody to somebody: to send somebody/something to somebody/something for help, advice or a decision
53. I'm hard-pressed to think what's not wrong.
*hard-pressed to do something: finding something very difficult to do 很难……
54. We just need to win a few motions.
*motion: [countable]a formal proposal that is discussed and voted on at a meeting 动议
55. There's only one of two ways his semen ends up in the raped kit, consensual sex or rape.
*There's only one of two ways+从句：只有两种可能
*consensual: (of an activity)which the people taking part have agreed to
- consensual sex
56. State's Attorney's trying to squash our subpoena, so today we just get the ground rules straight, in case this thing goes to trial.
*squash something:to stop something from continuing; to destroy something because it is a problem for you
- to squash a plan/an idea/a revolt
- If parents don't answer children's questions, their natural curiosity will be squashed.
- The statement was an attempt to squash the rumours.
57. Your honor, given the stature of my client, and given the fact that this pretrial hearing has already garnered the attention of our friends in the press, we would ask the court to seal the pretrial filings and avoid a show trial.
*stature: the importance and respect that a person has because of their ability and achievements
- an actress of considerable stature
*garner something (formal): to obtain or collect something such as information, support, etc.
*the press/the Press: newspapers and magazines; the journalists and photographers who work for newspapers and magazines （动词单复均可）
*seal the filings
58. I deny the petition with regret.
*petition: (law)an official document asking a court to take a particular course of action
- deny the petition
59. But if Mr. Mckeon is willing to stipulate there was, indeed, a consensual sexual act, we would forego this testimony.
*stipulate:to state clearly and firmly that something must be done, or how it must be done
*forego something (formal): to decide not to have or do something that you would like to have or do
- No one was prepared to forgo their lunch hour to attend the meeting.
60. The plaintiff also requests an expedited trial date, Your Honor, a DNA sample from Mr. Mckeon, DNA results from the rape kit, and the investigative reports from the state's attorney's office.
*expedite something (formal): to make a process happen more quickly
synonym: speed up
*investigative reports 调查报告