The Earl Williams murder trial continues as Kuzak tries to evaluate witnesses sympathetic to Earl Williams as the case draws to a close. But then, Kuzak makes the colossal mistake of putting Earl Williams on the witness stand where after Kuzak's gentle direct examination, the aggressive prosecutor, Margaret Flanagan, grills Williams about his past domestic abuse to provoke a violent reaction from him. Earl Williams' arrogant and defensive behavior on the witness stand dooms him to a quick conviction from the conservative and predominately white jury. Meanwhile, Becker tries to clear the air with Corrine over his actions during her divorce and they get close fast while Becker is drawn to her eight-year-old daughter, Chloe. Rollins takes on an insurance company on behalf of an elderly lady and gets some help from Brackman. Also, McKenzie scares Diana during a law class when he disapproves of her dating co-workers, which includes Rollins. Written by
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The title refers to the 1912 song "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" with lyrics by Chauncey Olcott and George Graff and music by Ernest Ball, for Olcott's production of "The Isle O' Dreams" and Olcott sang the song in the show. The most famous recording was made by tenor John McCormack during World War I. See more