Harriet and Tommy represent a client who wants custody of a gorilla that escaped from the zoo. Meanwhile, Adam, with Cassie's help, defends a high school friend who confronts abusive men as the persona of Wonder Woman.
Harry, Cassie and Adam represent a quick-witted 21-year-old dying of kidney failure who illegally purchased a kidney from a willing donor/seller. Meanwhile, Tommy and Oliver defend identical twins who are both arrested when the man they are both married to and live with is murdered. Roseanna Remmick is convinced that one of the twins must be responsible, leaving Tommy and Oliver to walk the line between truth and justice in hopes of keeping the them out of jail.
Harry represents a school principal trying to expel a student with an anxiety-based condition which causes her to have uncontrollable outbursts. In addition, Harry reaches out to Roseanna Remmick for help with a former client who is convinced that his sister was murdered by her husband. Elsewhere, a former high school classmate of Adam's, comes to him for help with her plea bargain on drug and prostitution charges. Tommy prepares for a gala where he hopes to win Trial Lawyer of the Year.
After a police investigation, Harry's next door neighbor is accused of being a sex offender. While the investigation does not yield charges, it becomes grounds for her to lose her job as a teacher and she seeks out Harry's help. Meanwhile, Oliver faces off against opposing counsel, Phoebe Blake, after a couple comes to him to represent their rebellious son who dropped out of school to take a well-paying, full-time job. Back at the office, Adam must play mediator when the women who work downstairs in the shoe store revolt against Chunhua's seemingly tyrannical ...
The prosecutor claims Harry took advantage of his weakened mental condition after an accident in order to get a better deal for her client. Cassie defends a woman accused of killing her mentally abusive ex-husband who says she did not do it.
Adam helps Phoebe defend a woman being sued by her dead husband's family who says she caused the husband to commit suicide. Harry helps a juror who ran away from jury duty and is being sued for costing the state additional money.
Harry, Adam and Phoebe are involved in a case against 39 members of a college band that is charged with murder under the Felony Murder rule after a new member dies accidentally as the result of their hazing ritual. Tommy represents a man who is charging a woman with date rape.
Malcolm returns to enlist Harry's aid in trying to get a former client on death row a new trial. Adam and Phoebe help a man facing deportation for a crime committed in England when he was age 17 and now inspires his impoverished neighbors.
Two stories overlap in this episode. Harry and Adam are defending their client Colin Danes, who is accused of raping and killing Sarah Trassino. When the jury finds the defendant not-guilty, Brother Lucas Treassino (Jon Bernthal) and Father Arthur Trassino (Peter Onorati) hold the court hostage and demand an immediate, new trial at gun-point. Meanwhile, the brother of a dying patient is told federal law prohibits him from donating blood because he is gay. This evokes a reaction that involves Cassie and Oliver pleading their case in hopes of obtaining an injunction that will allow their client...
The firm prepares for an anniversary party. Harry & Tommy help a man labeled as a person of interest in his ex-wife's death. Oliver represents a woman who was not accepted at the college of her choice. Adam helps a man fired from his job.