JOSIE TAYLOR: One detective told Stateline the idea of Zarah Garde-Wilson living in fear is ludicrous as she has joined the biggest gang in the criminal playground. You've been accused of being attracted to that, sort of being sucked in by the glamour.
ZARAH GARDE-WILSON: I'd like to know what the attraction is. If the current position I'm in is attractive, they really should be thinking again. If the criminal lifestyle involves waking up at 6 o'clock, having breakfast, driving to work, working through to 8 o'clock, having dinner, going to bed, then so be it.
And then there's:
JOSIE TAYLOR: Are you friends with your clients?
ZARAH GARDE-WILSON: It's hard not to be friends with your clients.
JOSIE TAYLOR: How do you represent them and be their friend?
ZARAH GARDE-WILSON: I don't see why it causes an issue. For example, if I were married there would be no prohibition on me representing my husband. I can't see what the limitation is. You are prohibited from representing a friend; it doesn't make sense.
JOSIE TAYLOR: Would you consider, say Tony Mokbel your friend?
ZARAH GARDE-WILSON: I consider him a friend.