Claire Darrow defends a woman accused of murder, who used to be a friend of her mother, Joanna Darrow. With Claire's love interest, Miles being the prosecuting attorney in the case, there is another layer of complication in the matter.
Boxes for Kenzer College are lit on fire on a truck. Later the Kenzer skull is stolen from an exhibition during the archaeologists'/ASAA conference. Then the president of ASAA is poisoned. Can Emma and her FBI friend catch the culprits?
A college professor teaching "Whodunnit" fiction gets involved in the police investigation of the theft of a mega dollar research plant, the death of a student, disappearance of another and an alleged suicide.
Amy, professor in "Who Dunnit" and speaker at Teachable Talk in Seattle, meets her ex there. She also meets the owner of a crime solving software, who's later found dead. Amy and her detective friend start investigating.
College professor, Amy (Jill Wagner) is working on a play, when the main actress' life is threatened, so she works with Detective Burke (Kristoffer Polaha) and try to figure out who is lying and keeping secrets.
Hailey's niece tells her that her music teacher, the main force behind collecting funds for school repairs, wanted to talk to her as an ex prosecutor. As she's missing, Hailey investigates and finds blood. Police interviews all teachers.
Joanna Darrow is adjusting to life with her daughter and granddaughter, Claire and Lou Darrow, and working at Claire's law firm, Darrow and Darrow, which Joanna herself founded with her long deceased husband, but she is still strategizing on how to get back to working at a high powered New York law firm and getting revenge on those who orchestrated the false insider trading charges against her. Through her burgeoning relationship with "Coach" Reed, Lou's baseball coach, the two who are not an obvious match on the surface, Joanna may get a different perspective on her future plans. Claire too is adjusting to her relationship with Assistant DA Miles Strasberg, she still reluctant even to use the word "date" to describe what they're doing. Their relationship will hit a new test when he will sit next to her versus sitting at the opposing table in the courtroom when he, taking a leave from his DA job, and she are asked by his longtime friend, Police Officer Roy Wingreen, to look into one ...Written by