Kevin Ireland loses his executive position suddenly. He has such a renowned reputation that it should be easy for him to find another high-paying position. His (trophy) wife is loyal and supportive. He keeps getting verbals offers but then the jobs fall through. I don't remember if he hired the lawyers to help him find out why. Eventually he learns that there is a mistake in the record that makes it look like he is a criminal. He ends up living in a hovel with roaches. His wife leaves him after having had one-too-many encounters with roaches. He eventually find out ...
Young Miles Parker, years after being kidnapped as a child, vows revenge on the man he believes is guilty. He is arrested after holding the man hostage, leading his lawyers to plead his obsession is a form of insanity.
The team agrees to defend for free an innocent Latino youth who is being pressured to accept a plea deal but they must find his companion and like witness to the crime who is an undocumented girl who has fled back to Mexico.
The attorneys are shocked when one of their mentors, a highly respected attorney and legal scholar now terminally ill, summons them to his home, along with six other people whom he once successfully defended in murder trials. He announces that one of the six was actually guilty of the crime, though he doesn't say which one, and that he intends to make that person pay now for their crime.