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  • Justice eventually decides to give up and turn herself in, along with handing over her cohorts in crime as well, to clear Jay and Silent Bob's names; when Marshall Willenholly reveals that he's been denied entry into the FBI and is a laughingstock amongst his friends, Justice tells him she'll turn herself and the others in to Willenholly so that he'll be able to get into the FBI, but only if she gets a reduced sentence.

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