Rollins represents Kenny Peterson, a mentally disturbed young man who speaks only through his obnoxious, ventriloquist's dummy in an assault case. Meanwhile, Kelsey's celebrity client, Amanda Shaw, sues a tabloid magazine for publishing a false article which resulted in her teenage daughter's suicide and she ends up worse than she started. Markowitz and Kelsey meet with Ross Burnett, a baby broker in their continuing quest to adopt a baby. Victor represents an unusually arrogant Kuzak as he faces a disciplinary court for his conduct over not reporting an unlicensed Richard Mathers during his personal injury trial while Mathers is representing himself in his own criminal trial for practicing law without a license. Also, Markowitz agrees to cater the annual Christmas office party and ends up playing Santa Claus. Written by
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I always felt that the beauty of the jury system was that ordinary people make the ultimate decisions, guided by their hearts, their minds, and their own humanity. Right now I don't want to talk about the elements of fraud, burdens of proof, or reasonable doubt or any of that. I just want to tell you who I am. My whole life, I never wanted to be anything but a lawyer. By the time I was a teenage. I could recite the courtroom speeches from every loyal movie I had ever seen. Inherit The Wind, To ...