Nick is ready to accept a simple arson case until he realizes that his client could be convicted of first-degree murder. Meanwhile, Pete helps a lottery winner take on a casino when he loses his fortune after a night of high rolling.

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Lisa Tyler (as Jurnee Smollett)
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Nick is ready to accept a simple arson case until he realizes that his client could be convicted of first-degree murder. Meanwhile, Pete helps a lottery winner take on a casino when he loses his fortune after a night of high rolling.

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When Nick (James Belushi) is helping load the truck, he and the other guy are loading cases that are supposed to contain several bottles of liquor. The boxes can be seen rocking back and forth while sitting on a flat surface. They have to be empty boxes. See more »

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Beyond Explanation of Defending **1/2
15 October 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Our 2 guys tackle the usual unusual type of cases in this latest episode. No matter how rich someone is, how do you allow them to extend their credit up to and over $26 million? Ridiculous.

The other case evolves over arson which soon turns into murder. Naturally, there is always the ironic twist where a witness soon falls under suspicion and with the continued intelligence of Belushi, the case can be cracked.

It's unbelievable that their assistant, a total subordinate and recent attorney now asserts herself in this case. She is almost calling the shots and predicting ramifications.


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