The prosecution calls Katie Pickett to the stand.
Me (in a very official sounding, lawyer-like voice): Is it not true that it was in fact YOU that were in charge of the original Ipod in question when it was originally lost?
Katie: Why yes, I do believe that it was.
Me: Indeed it was. Is the person that found the originally lost Ipod here in the courtroom?
Katie: Yes, he is.
Me: Would you point him out for me, please?
Katie: Certainly. (she points to ME)
Me: Let the record show that the defendant pointed to the prosecuting attorney!
(general rustling from the peanuts gallery)
Judge: There will be order or I will have all of you thrown out and held in contempt of court!
Me: Ms. Pickett....
Katie: It's Mrs. Pickett.
Me: Mrs. Pickett? Oh, well... my (blushing) your husband must be a VERY lucky man.
Katie: He most certainly is.
Me: Yes I am. Mrs. Pickett, after the new Ipod Nano was found, who was it that located the item in question?
Katie: Why, it was the same dashing Zeus-like hunk of a man that found the first Ipod! This man has the sleuthing instincts of Sherlock Holmes himself!
Me: So it was your husband, or as you put it, this "dashing Zeus-like hunk of a man" that found BOTH lost Ipods in question.
Katie: Yes, I believe that it was. He did find BOTH Ipods and I did not find any lost Ipods. If there were a contest for finding lost Ipods, I would be down 2-0.
Me: Let the record show that the defendant is ogling the prosecuting attorney.
Judge: Noted. Can you blame her?
Me: Not at all. The defense rests.
Note: this actually DID happen and Katie DID actually admit this. Once again, the prosecution (or in this case, the defense) rests.