Brenda's attorney's efforts at requesting a summary judgment in her case are interrupted when the team is called out to investigate the murder of a deputy sheriff.



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Deputy Sheriff Mike Burton
Kyle Hayes
Mateo Rios
Judge Gerald Blake


The trial begins, but the shooting death of a deputy sheriff calls Brenda and her team away. According to the deputy's partner, Mike Burton, they were following an expensive sports car that had been reported stolen, which was all part of a joint program with the FBI to round up a ring of international car thieves. Burton states there were two suspects in the vehicle but forensics finds prints connecting to four known criminals (one captured). By the time they track a second man down, he's dead. They set a trap, hoping to nab the ringleader. Meanwhile, Brenda's lawyer, Gavin Baker, hopes to get the Baylor lawsuit against Brenda thrown out of court. He succeeds but prosecuting attorney Peter Goldman has an ace up his sleeve, and Brenda may have more than one of her cases brought up in another court. Written by garykmcd / revised by statmanjeff

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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12 September 2011 (USA)  »

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Gavin Q. Baker III: Oh, my God. I was on the verge of having this entire case thrown out. Now it's up in the air. Where's Capt. Raydor?
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: Sh-she's back in her office. Why?
Gavin Q. Baker III: I have to talk to her before another lawsuit is filed against you by the family of your newest dead suspect. You know, if you could afford it, I could drop everyone else in my practice and defend you for a living.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: You know, that man was going to kill me.
Gavin Q. Baker III: Maybe he thought he'd end up representing you in court.
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Referenced in The Closer: You Have the Right to Remain Jolly (2011) See more »

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