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When a womanizing Hollywood celebrity is found killed in his hotel room, the last girl seen with him right there, UCLA student Ann Diggs, doesn't turn herself in to the police but goes straight to Tom Nicholson, who believes in her claim it was pure self-defense against rape and wants her case taken; Ron accepts, even pro bono, when it becomes clear the media exposure will be priceless and generate other benefits. Although the team cleverly plays on every possible stage, from making sure the murder knife is found and handed to the police before her arrest to bail, image and jury selection, Ann herself proves the greatest liability, withholding potentially dangerous facts, even the team can't help doubting her innocence; worse, the mock jury just hates her 'guilty' guts...
The firm must adapt to a poor, attractive college student's dubious recollection when she pleads self-defense in the stabbing death of a bad-tempered music mogul.
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