Bull is brought on to help the FBI's case against a hacker whom they believe breached air traffic control at LaGuardia Airport. But when Cable learns that the accused is her friend's husband, she risks breaking the law - and defying Bull - to try and prove his innocence.
Bull seizes upon the opportunity to get a new trial for an old client when doubt is cast upon evidence that helped convict him of murder 9 years earlier. Also, Danny is reluctant to work with Cable's replacement.
A Virginia doctor purchases CBD oil in New York for her patients. The federal government wants to try her for interstate drug running. Her mother is a friend of Benny's mom. Bull and Company defend her.
Bull helps Jim Grayson, arrested for changing his identity after being involved in a fatal robbery years ago. Bull hopes they can convince the jury that Jim has redeemed himself for his past misdeeds by living an upstanding life for years.
A friend from Bull's past enlists his services to help convince a jury that a domestic abuse survivor who shot her husband in his sleep is not guilty of murder because she feared for her life and the life of her unborn child.
Bull's team worries that they're in over their heads when they take on the seemingly unwinnable case of Elliott Miles (Frank De Julio), a mute man facing the death penalty if he's found guilty of murder and arson. Also, Bull is stunned to learn that his ex-wife is remarrying.
A white female police officer is in a public bathroom when a black man bursts into the room a looks like he is going for her gun. She grabs the gun and the man grabs the gun and she shoots him in the shoulder. He sues the city for $25 million. Bull must try to clear her name.
Bull joins the defense team of a seemingly unwinnable case when a doctor is put on trial for murder after his submission to a DNA database links him to a homicide. While Bull and Benny work on selecting jurors who are predisposed to trust their instincts instead of incontrovertible evidence, Danny and Taylor research if their client's DNA sample may have been contaminated.
Bull and the TAC team help one of their own when Marissa's restaurateur husband, Greg (David Furr), is charged with involuntary manslaughter after one of his employees dies in a kitchen fire allegedly cuased by negligence.
Bull confronts his guilt over closing his psychiatric practice to start TAC when his former patient, a young woman who is a clinical sociopath, goes on trial for killing her brother. When Bull and Benny's client has no memory of the crime due to her mental condition, they enter a "Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity" plea and aim to seat jurors that are sympathetic to mental illness.
Danny enlists her colleagues to help when her boyfriend, Gabriel, is arrested for being in the country illegally and threatened with deportation. Bull represents a German national who is being sued by a museum over possession of a valuable painting.
Bull agrees to have TAC represent a priest who is charged in a fatal hit-and-run after he's found behind the wheel of the church van involved in the crash. But the case is complicated when the priest claims that the actual driver confessed to him, but he can't reveal that person's identity due to the confidentiality that comes with confession.