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What does "You got me" mean in this context? I find the definition of this phrase at Urban dictionary, but I don't think I get the usage of this one exactly, could you offer me more explanation to get this one? Thank you.
Ms. Donovan: Your Honor, from the outset, Mr. Burrows' case has been tainted by a conspiracy characterized by destruction of evidence, distortion of the truth, and witness intimidation.
Mr.Tucci: Again, Judge, I have to object.These are some serious accusations with absolutely no proof.
Ms. Donovan : No proof? What have I been arguing for the past 20 minutes?
Mr.Tucci: You got me.
Nick: Judge Kessler, Mr. Tucci might not appreciate the weight of what we've just presented, but surely you must. As Ms. Donovan stated,