Kelsey faces disbarment for revealing knowledge of her former client Hamel's murder obtained through attorney-client privilege. Victor, now an independent lawyer, is representing his old friend Mark Gilliam, an AIDS-stricken lawyer, suing an insurer for not providing coverage for his medical needs, while he and Grace finally marry. Meanwhile, Becker tells Roxanne that he has feelings for her and they end up falling through the ceiling while engaged in a little romp. Abby is finally made a partner, and McKenzie inherits Rosalind Shays' estate. Written by
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Judge Richard Lobel
I don't mind telling you, Ms. Clemmons, I've got serious doubts here about your ability to prove guilt beyond reasonable doubt. There's nothing tying the gun to the defendant, there's nothing to support the alleged conspiracy between the boy and his mother. I don't much like wasting taxpayers money on foregone conclusions, but I cannot deny that probable cause at least does exist. I have no choice therefore but to order the defendant bound over for trial.
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