What do you think?
Have you looked at the dictionary definitions for die and dye?
What is the context?
Where did you see/hear this?
(I'm asking partly because these are requirements of the forum in any case, but also because neither sentence makes sense to me.)
This is an excerpt from some movie.The speaker is a superintendent of the police and he said to the cop who was arrested for corruption, "Lawyers dye(or die) off our mistakes, I hate that. Politicians sit down with them and they work deals. It makes me sick.The police looks after its own."