Harry's Law - Season 2 Episodes
Harry's enticed by a colleague at her old firm to team up on a murder case.
“There Will Be Blood”
Harry continues her defense of Eric Sanders, uncovering shaky evidence and possible misconduct by the district attorney.
“Sins of the Father”
Harry and D.A. Remmick go head to head in the Sanders trial, only to fall victim themselves.
“Queen Of Snark”
When a teenage lesbian kills herself after being outed online, Harry defends a cyberbully from a homicide charge.
“Bad To Worse”
Harry defends a fired teacher; Ollie defends an internet vixen accused of being a gold digger.
Harry is pitted again against zealous D.A. Roseanna Remmick as she defends former prosecutor Josh Peyton against kidnapping charges; Tommy and Cassie navigate a tricky elder law divorce.
Harry's arrested for driving an imported car; a Chinese couple fights to get their child back after she was taken from them by their local government.
Harry, Ollie and Cassie team up to defend a college campus shooter who's pleading insanity.
Harry sues to get high school football banned; Tommy defends a desperate mom who robbed a bank.
Harry defends a mother who kills her encephalitic baby, while Tommy works to get a vet his Purple Heart.
“Gorilla My Dreams”
Harry helps a woman who wants to adopt a gorilla and establish "personhood" for the ape, while Adam defends a vigilante who dresses up as Wonder Woman.
“New Kidney on the Block”
Harry defends a rich 20-year-old who illegally buys a replacement kidney for himself; Oliver and Tommy defend twins who are up for the murder of their common husband.
“After The Lovin'”
Harry faces her former firm when she represents a man suing a cigarette company. Tommy is sued by a scorned ex-lover.
Harry advocates for a school principal who's trying to expel a student for anxiety-related outbursts. In another case, Harry helps a past client who suspects that his sister was murdered. Meanwhile, Adam works for a former classmate; and Tommy aspires to win the Trial Lawyer of the Year award.
“Search and Seize”
Harry helps her neighbor, a teacher who is accused of being a sex offender. Meanwhile, Oliver represents a rebellious school dropout; and a workers' revolt plays out at the downstairs shoe store.
“The Lying Game”
Harry (Kathy Bates) enlists Tommy's (Christopher McDonald) help defending the firm when a former client returns claiming that Harry took advantage of his mental state and hires Phoebe Blake (Justine Lupe) to help him seek millions in damages. Meanwhile, Cassie (Karen Olivo) and Oliver (Mark Valley), with Harry's help, represent a former-client who stands accused of murdering her mentally-abusive ex-husband - a crime she did not commit. All the while, drama in the office continues to unfold as Lisa's (Dana Sorman) sexually-charged antics begin to make Chunhua (Irene Keng) quite uncomfortable.
Harry's (Kathy Bates) war with her former boss escalates when she makes a large wager putting her firm on the line. In order to win, the team must strut down the catwalk at an annual Spring Gala. Meanwhile, Oliver (Mark Valley) enlists the help of Phoebe (Justine Lupe) to defend a high school girl who faces felony drug trafficking charges for dealing the Morning After pill.
Harry (Kathy Bates) represents a rogue juror who ran away from jury duty in the midst of deliberations on a high-profile murder case. With Tommy's (Christopher McDonald) help, Harry must justify the juror's flight which led to a costly mistrial for the State. Elsewhere, Phoebe (Justine Lupe) and Adam (Nate Corddry) defend a reality TV show wife after being sued by her dead husband's family when he commits suicide. Back at the office, Oliver (Mark Valley) and Cassie (Karen Olivo) strive to balance their newfound relationship with the firm's heavy case-load.
“And The Band Played On”
Harry (Kathy Bates) and Adam (Nate Corddry) agree to help Phoebe (Justine Lupe) in a complicated case where an entire college marching band is being charged with murder after a hazing ritual goes wrong leaving a student dead. Elsewhere, Tommy (Christopher McDonald) enlists the help of Cassie (Karen Olivo) and Oliver (Mark Valley) to represent a man who claims he was sexually assaulted by a woman.
Harry (Kathy Bates) is forced to re-visit an old case when Malcolm (Aml Ameen) returns with distressing news about a gang member who has wrongly been convicted of killing a cop and is sentenced to death. Meanwhile, Adam (Nate Corddry) and Phoebe (Justine Lupe) defend the British owner of a quaint tea shop in a rough part of town who authorities realize stole multiple works of art back in his homeland. With little time to prepare, Adam must improvise a plan to prevent this changed man from being extradited back to Britain.
“The Whole Truth”
Harry's (Kathy Bates) client, Colin Danes (Jon Bernthal), is accused of raping and murdering his ex-girlfriend, but when the jury finds him "not guilty," the victim's brother and father snap, holding the courtroom hostage and demanding a retrial at gunpoint. Meanwhile, Tommy (Chris McDonald) and Phoebe (Justine Lupe) attempt to establish communication with Harry and Adam (Nate Corddry) inside the volatile courtroom. Elsewhere, an old friend of Cassie's (Karen Olivo) desperately needs her help after he and his brother get into a major car accident.
“Onward And Upward”
Harry's (Kathy Bates) ex-husband is found dead with no one to claim the body, burdening her with planning the funeral which to her surprise stirs up more emotion than she anticipated. Meanwhile, with Tommy's (Chris McDonald) help, Harry agrees to represent a man publicly named a person of interest in the murder of his ex-wife. Elsewhere, Oliver (Mark Valley) tries to rope Cassie (Karen Olivo) into representing a student who is suing the Law School that denied her entrance because they practice affirmative action. Other romantic entanglements are tested when Adam (Nate Corddry) is pitted against Phoebe (Justine Lupe) after he takes on the case of a man fired for constantly popping his false teeth in and out of his mouth.