Mr. Bayer's wife is found shot dead by her husband's DNA recognition gun.
A woman fights for possession of a computerized likeness of her dead husband.
A couple sue a child-tracking company for failing to find their abducted daughter, who was wearing a transmitter.
A doctor (Richard Thomas) chooses not to disclose an unborn child's full genetic makeup; a woman uses her ex-boyfriend's personality traits to program household gadgets.
A desperate man who participated in a government program involving brain implants for the mentally impaired seeks Lee May's counsel; Lukas and Tom help a man with a mental anguish suit.
An implant restores a young man's vision but makes him ineligible to play baseball; long-lived relatives force a couple to redefine their marital contract.
A woman says she was raped even though the alleged perpetrator was 20 miles away at the time; a child actor (Daryl Sabara) wants to be emancipated from his parents so he can take an anti-aging drug.
In 2030, lawyers take on cutting-edge issues as they advance into uncharted legal territory; a man (David Paymer) breaks the law by bringing a clone into the United States.