October 29, 1992. Six months after the trauma of the L.A. riots, McKenzie finds himself haunted by a murder case he prosecuted in 1959 of Frank Osgood, and that Morales has reopened the case after another man has confessed to the crime. Meanwhile, Markowitz returns home from the hospital shaky and frightened after his head injuries. Brackman find himself in legal trouble as he tries to fight the new fledgling D.A., the self-assured Dana Romney who's prosecuting him for resisting arrest. An all-new Becker returns from a six-month trip around the globe. Mullaney interviews with the D.A.'s office for a job to relish his renewed relationship with Zoey. Also, Rollins contemplates an caressive new campaign strategy after losing a key endorsement, but may regret it.
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[the prison guard have escorted the prisoner named Frank Osgood and meeting a new lawyer named Daniel Morales, Frank has been incarcerated for the past 33 years, 2 months since August 1959, and opening the case of Frank Osgood
As the prisoner rights advocate, I hear a lot of guys claim their innocent.
33 years and 2 months. I love the woman. I didn't kill her.
That's why I'm here. I have a signed confession by someone who agrees with you. His name is Phillip Tice.
Why is he ...