Grace returns to day court and has problems keeping the prosecution of a man accused of stealing bull semen on the serious side. Meanwhile, Victor goes beyond professional bounds in urging a troubled family to seek redress for the death of their son in a car accident. Becker insists to Carolyn, his latest client, on aggressively pursing evidence against her husband's marital infidelities despite her objections, and then regrets it when she attempts to shoot her husband in Becker's office. Abby assists with Victor's case while searching for a suitable escort for a family wedding and winds up with an unexpected volunteer: a district attorney named George Handelman, who grilled her during her first court appearance. Written by
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Grace Van Owen
[the trial about stolen bull semen
Now, Professor L'Hommedieu, could you please describe for the court the manner in which these sperm samples are collected?
Prof. Philip L'Hommedieu
Well, the first of the two methods is electro-ejaculation. However that's rather an aversive experience for the animal, and the far more common technique is to...
Objection to the question, your honor. and I renew my objection as to the admissibility of Professor L'Hommedieu's testimony in general. What's at issue here is ...