Roxanne has to deal with her difficult father, Murray, after he is kicked out of his retirement home and he keeps showing up at the office. Judge Grace Van Owen thinks that her days as a judge are numbered due to criticism from her harsh rulings. Meanwhile, Markowitz cuts his courtroom teeth on his latest civil case concerning a man tortured in an Argentine prison suing the former prison guard who tortured him. Victor starts a rebellion when Rosalind sells out his client to the highest bidder, and McKenzie blames himself for all the chaos at the firm resulting from his resignation. When McKenzie finally learns that Rosalind is in complete control of All of the firm's clients, both old and new, he makes an immediate decision to oust Rosalind. Also, Kuzak tells McKenzie that he's thinking of leaving the firm to stay with his dying father in New York. Written by
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Case # 897230. People vs. Franklin Leonard sentencing.
William Sunderland for the defendant, Your Honor. You recall that my client was convicted of larceny by false pretenses. You also recall that my client is a medical doctor. District Attorney and I have agreed on a joint recommendation of 6 months probation, plus community service. Dr. Leonard will provide free medical service for 4 designated homeless shelters for the next 36 months. At a minimum of 6 hours per week.
Judge Grace Van Owen
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