Alicia takes on the second chair of a rape case: a civil suit involving the abuse of a prostitute who may have been hired by her husband.

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Alicia is invited by senior partner Will Gardner to act as second chair in a law suit against the scion of a rich Chicago family who is being sued by a stripper for rape. The DA has refused to file criminal charges and the victim wants to extract some degree of justice. Alicia tends to believe her, especially after she turns down a very generous settlement offer, but she does carry a lot of baggage having worked as an escort for a period of time. The lawyers face a major problem when DNA testing seems to rule out the defendant. At home, Alicia's son and daughter are alone when someone anonymously drops off photos of their dad cavorting with a prostitute. Son Zach discovers something important however. Written by garykmcd

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Judge Charles Abernathy: Well, see you all back here... Let's see... My docket is clear. Five days? How's that for expedited? And as a side note, I would like to ask for a moment of silence for the recent mass killings in Darfur.
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23 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Alicia is invited by senior partner Will Gardner to act as second chair in a law suit against the scion of a rich Chicago family who is being sued by a stripper for rape.

The DA has refused to file criminal charges and the victim wants to extract some degree of justice. Alicia tends to believe her, especially after she turns down a very generous settlement offer, but she does carry a lot of baggage having worked as an escort for a period of time.

The lawyers face a major problem when DNA testing seems to rule out the defendant. At home, Alicia's son and daughter are alone when someone anonymously drops off photos of their dad cavorting with a prostitute.

Son Zach discovers something important however.

I hated the pilot. I hated this episode. I hate the series.


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