The attorneys prepare for Lindsay’s appeal after she’s sentenced to life in prison; a new attorney, Jamie Stringer, is hired to work at the firm; Berluti is approached by a woman who kidnapped an infant from a hospital many years earlier.
Rebecca appears before the Supreme Judicial Court to argue Lindsay’s appeal; Berluti is guilt-stricken when Bernice White, the woman erroneously accused of kidnapping an infant sixteen years earlier, confesses to the crime.
The attorneys are leaked a report withheld by the prosecution during Lindsay’s trial; Jamie is humiliated when she defends a flasher.
Bobby and Eugene defend a couple accused of killing their son by failing to procure medical treatment for him, which would have violated their religious beliefs. Lindsay returns to the office and decides to start her own practice.
Eugene and Berluti clash when the firm defends a stem cell research facility targeted by the city zoning board; Lindsay represents a woman whose daily singing ritual prompted a neighbor to file a nuisance suit.
A man sues a former friend for recommending he seek counseling with a priest…even though the priest was molesting him; Jaymie suspects that a woman who killed her ex-boyfriend in alleged self-defense is, in actuality, a serial-boyfriend-killer.
A judge forces Bobby and Berluti to defend a child molester; Ellenor represents an African-American clergyman whose religion requires the sacrifice of live animals.
Eugene and Ellenor grow increasingly frustrated with an airhead client accused of murdering her boyfriend; Lindsay is asked to represent an airline attempting to prohibit Arabs from flying on its planes.
When Bobby gives a dismal performance defending a man accused of killing an undercover police officer, a concerned Gamble approaches the judge in hopes of having Bobby replaced; Ellenor and Berluti trick Jamie into flirting with a judge.
As Ellenor and Eugene defend a doctor accused of killing his paramour, Lindsay represents a confessed murderer who offers to reveal information vital to another case in exchange for not going to jail.
The attorneys represent a family suing the bottling industry after their son dies of alcoholism; Ellenor convinces a woman on death row not to take her medication in an effort to spare her life on grounds of insanity.
In a highly unethical move, Bobby threatens to sue the Berrys if they refuse to accept the bottling industry’s settlement figure; Ellenor attempts to keep the state from executing her mentally-ill client after she is given psychiatric medication.
Berluti helps a woman he’s been attracted to for years after she hits a man with her car; an attorney hopes Lindsay will assist with a lawsuit against a town for sponsoring soccer.
Bobby seeks financial compensation from the state when a DNA test overturns a client’s murder conviction fifteen years later; Claire’s projectile vomiting threatens to ruin her career as a lawyer; Lucy attempts to get out of serving jury duty.
A man accused of murdering three women threatens Gamble when she aggressively questions him and his mother on the witness stand; Lindsay finds herself clinging to client privilege when a murderer reveals the whereabouts of a young girl’s body.
Gamble attempts to bypass the jury’s “not guilty” ruling by having Russell Bakey civilly committed; Lindsay and Bobby realize their relationship is falling apart; Deeks continues approaching Lindsay despite warnings not to.
Ellenor believes an insanity plea is the best bet for a woman charged with killing her brother-in-law; Jamie has personal reasons for representing a rape victim.
The firm fights to prevent the government from seeking the death penalty in a murder case; Bobby is tempted to cheat when his ex-girlfriend gets involved in the case.
A woman with a mental disorder kidnaps CBS president Les Moonves and intends to shoot him with a cannon during her own reality TV show; Lindsay confronts Bobby about the kiss he shared with another woman.
Jamie becomes a witness against an accused rapist whom Eugene is defending; Lindsay turns over privileged information when she suspects a client of murder.
Berluti represents a girl suing over an accident that left her in a wheelchair; Eugene and Jamie find themselves attracted to each other while defending a woman accused of murdering her husband; Lindsay decides she wants a divorce.
Bobby informs his colleagues that he’s quitting the firm; Berluti and Rebecca defend a man accused of murdering his brother’s wife; things heat up between Eugene and Jamie.