Well, as your lawyer and your friend, my advice to you is to bite the bullet and give them your alibi now, because no one is gonna believe you later.
— Brett gives Dr. Gordon advice[src]

Brett is a fictional character from the Saw franchise. He serves as a minor character in the first Saw film.

He was portrayed by Benito Martinez.

Biography

Defending Dr. Gordon

Brett was a criminal defense lawyer and a friend of the renowned oncologist Dr. Lawrence Gordon, who was also one of his clients. One day, Lawrence was visited at work by Detective David Tapp and Detective Steven Sing, two homicide detectives who worked for the Metropolitan Police Department. They asked him about his whereabouts on the previous night as a penlight with Gordon's fingerprints on it had been found at the crime scene of one of the deadly games set up by a wanted serial killer known as Jigsaw. Lawrence was taken to the police station for further interrogation and immediately informed Brett, who arrived shortly afterward and asked him about his alibi. After some initial hesitation, Lawrence eventually revealed that he had met with his mistress and medical student, Carla, at the time of the murder. When he asked Brett what to do now, his lawyer advised him to tell the police the truth immediately as they wouldn't believe him later on. (Saw)

Personality

As a good friend of Dr. Lawrence Gordon, Brett was a loyal and trustworthy ally in difficult situations, such as the time when Gordon was suspected to be involved in the murders of the Jigsaw Killer. Furthermore, he was a responsible and far-sighted lawyer and was able to reasonably evaluate said situations, which allowed him to provide his clients with competent professional advice.

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