Bobby defends a young girl charged with possession of drugs with intent to distribute, and Lindsay is shocked to find herself facing a former law professor in a case against a big tobacco company.
Eugene tries to protect a client whose husband terrorizes her and their son. Meanwhile, Bobby seeks the help of an old friend who's a loan officer in an attempt to keep the firm afloat.
Bobby is hired in a civil case involving the murder of a young woman who was strangled by her boyfriend, and Jimmy is worried about losing his job when bank officials start questioning the loan he gave Bobby's firm.
A nervous Lindsay prepares for her first appearance before a jury in a wrongful death case against a tobacco company. Elsewhere, Bobby is stunned by the unexpected results of the Ronald Martin murder trial, involving a grieving father, the man's rabbi and the defendant.
Bobby faces a dilemma when a client accused of a crime of passion refuses to plead temporary insanity; Eugene defends a man convicted of armed robbery; and Ellenor grows apprehensive about her blind date.
Gerald Braun goes on trial for murdering his daughter's killer, and Bobby argues the execution was moral. Meanwhile, Eugene defends a 19-year-old accused of statutory rape, and Lindsay represents a bomber who wants to surrender after being a fugitive for 26 years.