Celeste Bauman, a temperamental businesswoman, causes Markowitz no end of problems when she takes exception to the attitude of an IRS auditor. Meanwhile, Rollins defends a gay art theft who claims that the arresting policeman entrapped him by becoming his lover. Also, Mullaney's prosecution of a juvenile offender charged with the shooting death of another youth raises his doubts about his own ability to be a parent to Roxanne's baby. Written by
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It never fails to amaze me that people actually think that they can get away with this things.
Mr. Pick, nobody's trying to get away with anything. If errors were made and calculating Ms. Bauman's tax return, we're directed file those errors.
Come on, Mr. Markowitz, I wasn't born yesterday.
What does that mean?
It means that this isn't someone who makes errors. This is someone who calculates long and hard to conceal, connive and defraud. This is someone who actually thinks that she doesn't have...