In the movie Flight (2012) there is a scene in which the owner of the airline is talking about Denzel Washington's character (the pilot). A lawyer states that the pilot could spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted and the airline owner responds:
Life in prison, or what we in Georgia call: "All day long".
I know Georgia was (maybe still is, haven't checked) a state with death penalty, so initially I thought he meant the pilot wouldn't stay long in jail, because he would end up executed. However that doesn't make sense, since the punishment for his crime would be up to life in prison, and not death sentence.