Alicia clashes with the bond court judge when she agrees to support a client's plea of innocence in a shoplifting case. Diane is coerced by her client's counsel to argue against her own beliefs in a case about physician assisted suicide.

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Alicia meets a woman in bond court who was arrested for shoplifting who adamantly proclaims her innocence which doesn't make Judge Schakowsky happy. She asks Crouse to look into it and discovers something. Diane is being forced to argue a case from the point of view which she doesn't support. Eli tries to use Jackie and Grace in his battle with Ruth. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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25 October 2015 (USA)  »

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26 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A very good episode where Alicia defends a black woman who claims she is innocent of shoplifting charges. It appears that the store is engaging in racial profiling of its customers when other female black women are accused of doing the same thing in the store. Alicia would have had quite a good case had it not been for the truth to come out, forcing the woman to plead guilty so as to protect her mother.

Diane shows her mettle by really arguing a case in court, when at the same time, she is against what she is arguing about.

Nice to see that Alicia's daughter has grown into a lovely, mature young lady and is working with her mother. Similarly, it appears that Mary Beth Peil has recovered, as is conducting herself well as Peter's wife.


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