McKenzie and Morales pursues a witness who could clear Frank Osgood whom McKenzie convicted in 1959. Meanwhile, Paros crosses a long-term family friend she is defending in a murder-for-hire case. Kelsey is representing a professor who is clashing with her colleague over the proper authority of a book on Shakespeare. Mullaney finally comes to his senses and returns to Roxanne. After Gwen's stalker, Linda Salerno, murders a police detective, Gwen finds that the 24-hour police surveillance is hard to endure. Written by
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[Here in the police custody, Leland McKenzie, an ex-assistant D.A. returns again to see his client Frank Osgood and having some important to make an announcement
When the guard said you were here, I thought he was yanking my chain.
Daniel Morales and I found the witness. He'll testify that he saw a Tice at the murder scene, not you. The court's reopening your case.
I told you I was innocent.
I can't begin to express my regrets.
You know how many times I've dreamed of getting close enough to use...