A desperate Kuzak sweats out of preparations for his appeal before the California Supreme Court in a final attempt to overturn the conviction on Earl Williams on a technicality. Meanwhile, Rollins becomes upset when Rosalind brings in another big client; a factory with substantial South African holdings. Also, Becker's new client is Al Vogel, the bitter ex-husband of a TV newswoman who threatens to go public with a pornographic video tape of her. Written by
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[Here at the Supreme Court hearing
May I pleased the court, I'm Michael Kuzak appearing for the appellant Earl Williams. To entertain in my papers is an overview of the case. As well as specific grounds which mandate reversal in my client's conviction. Today, I would like to focus on the most compelling of those grounds the prosecutorial misconduct of Margaret Flanagan.
Supreme Court Judge Donald Tytell
I don't mean to cut you off with the jump, Counsel. But this court is generally suspect in that particular claim. Are you sure...
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