Kuzak has to battle racial prejudice and too much media coverage as he tries to defend Earl Williams, a black college professor against charges that he murdered a white college co-ed who was his lover. Meanwhile, a domineering Grace earns the devotion of an insurance claims adjuster she is prosecuting for fraud, who gets turned on by S&M. Becker finds himself inspired in negotiation a settlement for his latest divorce client, Corrinne Hammond. Also, McKenzie asks Victor to give advice to Benny on the niceties of safe sex. Written by
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Earl, you'd better start getting really straight with me. That testimony hurt us, big time. Now, the way I figure I've got two choices to fix this. I can either go back in there and attack the prosecution's DNA expert to discredit him. Or, I can find our own DNA expert to prove that semen found on Nina's bed wasn't yours. But first, I've got to know something. Did you go to bed with Nina Cory that afternoon in her apartment before she was murdered? A simple yes or no.
Yes or no, ...