"Your Honor, I know what the Good Samaritan law says, and I know the intent of that law. What I am trying to tell you and the jury is that I felt that the best way I could help in this situation was to coach the late Mr. Feldman on how to activate his own great potential, which potential I strongly sensed in him, to remove the obstruction from his own airway. Had I removed it for him, he would have breathed for a while longer, but I ask you: what would stop him from going and getting himself into the same scrape the next day? And what if there was no one around to bail him out that time? So my actions that day were truly in his best interest, and I stand by them still."