The Elsa Chandler murder trial continues with Grace and Mullaney trying to elicit an emotional testimony from Elsa about her years of abuse so the jury will not convict her. Meanwhile, Rollins is representing a man against his brother in a civil action suit to make the U.S. government accountable for continuing MIA's in Vietnam. Also, Becker gets a lifetime opportunity by Susan Bloom to appear on TV as the co-host of an evening talk show.
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Judge Myron Swaybill
After reviewing the records of this trial as well as the government files, I've concluded that the evidence is sufficient to overcome the presumption of death and to justify the conclusion that Captain Riley may still be alive. Therefore, Mr. Riley, I'm refusing to declare your father dead. In the matter of your mother's estate, I have no choice. I directed a trust be established and that Sean Riley be named trustee. You may use the money under court supervision to look for your father. My ...
References To Be or Not to Be