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Vincent's first experience as writing instructor in juvenile ward is scary, but after finding potential i the prison work shop he thanks Crystal for arranging the job and invites her a home dinner to meet the family. After Maxine's pre-teen ward Joshua runs away from his adoptive mother to a regular foster mother, who intends to bow out heartbroken, a three ways compromise is devised. Peter gets grumpy when questioned about keeping his stuff at home rather then move them back to Gillian's. Amy's biased testimony for Graciela only hurts her case, so the lawyer bans her from court, where the incorrigible brat's insolence contributes to a long jail sentence. Strict Oswell Bray's daughter challenges his custody over her kid sister, assuming without proof she must also be abused.
Amy oversees a case involving a 5-year-old girl who is at the center of a custody battle between the girl's 21-year-old half sister and their parents. She is also trying to get a not-guilty verdict in the Graciela Reyes trial and she then has to deal with Lauren's latest act of rebellion - she's dyed her hair pink! Meanwhile, Maxine tries to broker a deal between a foster and a biological mother of a young boy so that both can keep the child in their lives. Elsewhere, Vincent struggles to work up enthusiasm for his prison writing workshops.
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