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- "Uh, anyone hit and need a lawyer?"
- — Legal Lee after The Protagonist interrupted Johnny Gat's Court
Saints Row Edit
Saints Row 2 Edit
Several years later, he acted as the lawyer of Johnny Gat at the latter's trial. In the same year, Lee hired The Protagonist again to show the population a side of the Stilwater Police Department that isn't friendly, and he also hired The Protagonist to take down a few witnesses. On completion of level 3 of the Prison Fight Club he is unlocked as a homie.
Saints Row: The Third Edit
In Saints Row: The Third, The Protagonist considers talking to Legal Lee about Johnny Gat selling his likeness to Ultor upon seeing Gat's comic, Gangstas In Space. This would seem to indicate that Legal Lee is still a lawyer and that he is the legal representation for the Saints, and is also the Saints' and Protagonist's personal lawyer. He later calls Pierce and says that the studio producing the Gangsta's in Space movie want The Protagonist to do a screen test for his role in the movie.
- The name Legal Lee is a pun on the word legally. As he is a lawyer.
- Legal Lee is seemed to be fairly poor at being a lawyer. An example of this might be when he says "Anyone hit and need a lawyer?" during Appointed Defender. This shows how Legal Lee is desperate for clients. Though, considering how long he managed to keep Johnny Gat alive for appeal trial despite the overwhelming evidence against him, it is more likely Legal Lee is greedy for more clients and hence more money.
- Legal Lee may be a reference to Jackie Chiles, Kramer's lawyer in Seinfeld, Because of the way they dress and because they are both played by Phil Morris.
- The fact that he drives an Ambulance is a reference to the term Ambulance Chaser which means a lawyer who seeks injured clients to sue big companies for money as in the USA the lawyer gets a percentage of the victims compensation. When idle he may say "Did you just hear an Ambulance?"
- Both he and Troy Bradshaw are mentioned in Saints Row: The Third, both are unlocked as homies via Prison Fight Club in Saints Row 2 and both work within the legal system, yet at the same time they also work with the Saints, and both appeared in Saints Row and Saints Row 2, and are mentioned Saints Row: The Third.