Wyler defends a young man accused of killing an octogenarian heiress.
As the defense awaits the judge's ruling, Banks indicates his vendetta is not over; Wyler defends a young man of killing an octogenarian heiress.
Wyler wrestles with ethics when the firm learns a technicality may free Banks.
Banks' trial begins; client must face news about his bride's past; Wyler wrestles with ethics when the firm learns a technicality may set Banks free.
The firm arranges a marriage between Banks and his pen-pal (Karen Austin); Wyler continues his affair with Appleton.
James Wyler agrees to represent a vigilante (Pruitt Taylor Vince) accused of the cold-blooded murders of 17 ex-convicts.
Both legal teams make closing arguments; panicked Latrell takes desperate measures; the jury reaches a verdict.
Latrell's unexpected testimony shocks the prosecution; Weikopf accuses Wyler of sexual harassment; both legal teams make closing arguments; panicked Latrell takes desperate measures; the jury reaches a verdict.
The defense team learns incriminating evidence against Latrell's agent; prosecution witnesses taint Latrell's wholesome image.
Wyler calls the shots when Docknovich and Mosely clash over jury selection; new information points to another possible suspect.
The governor's assassin is revealed; Wyler and Biggio call a truce, collaborating to nail Dietrich; racial considerations split Docknovich and Mosely.
The defense and the prosecution deliver closing arguments; the jury hands down a verdict in the Rooney case.
The prosecution asks the court to remove Wyler from the case; Dietrich and Sharon testify; the defense rests; Latrell faces murder charges.
Wyler grills Beiden on the stand; Latrell talks to the police; Wyler and his mother have a brush with the law; Wyler gives Dietrich an ultimatum.
A famous basketball player seeks legal counsel after his team owner is murdered; a defense witness unexpectedly changes her story on the stand.
Wyler (Anthony LaPaglia) races to save the firm from bankruptcy; a jail mate links the defendant to the murder weapon.
A media frenzy ensues when the trial begins; the prosecution reveals shocking news about the defendant; the defense uncovers an illicit liaison.
James Wyler (Anthony LaPaglia), high-powered prosecutor, quits his job to defend a woman accused of a political assassination.
The real killer is revealed.
All is revealed during the aftermath of the verdict.
The jury announces its verdict; Hoffman and Grasso (Daniel Benzali, Barbara Bosson) discuss the trial on 'Larry King Live'; Appleton (Mary McCormack) offers Hoffman useful information about Cross (Stanley Tucci).
The jury announces its verdict; Hoffman and Grasso (Daniel Benzali, Barbara Bosson) discuss the trial on 'Larry King Live.'
Hoffman and Grasso (Daniel Benzali, Barbara Bosson) deliver closing arguments; Julie (Bobbie Phillips) learns devastating news about Cross (Stanley Tucci).
Cross (Stanley Tucci) exhibits strange behavior on and off the witness stand; Avedon (Jason Gedrick) insists on testifying on his own behalf.
Avedon's mother testifies; Grasso makes Hoffman a surprising offer; Julie's slip of the tongue has major ramifications for Appleton.
Eduardo Portalegre faces rape charges again; Garfield and Julie testify; Hoffman batters at Lester's credibility.
Hollywood notables are forced to testify; Hoffman questions Blondo's medical emergency; Julie has a revelation.
Jury trouble disrupts the trial; the Hoffmans explain their situation to Lizzie (Vanessa Zima); Cross (Stanley Tucci) rewards Appleton (Mary McCormack) for her assistance.
Valecek (Joe Spano) finds a videotape that shatters Cross' alibi; Grasso (Barbara Bosson) calls a surprise witness; Annie (Patricia Clarkson) makes an announcement.
Lizzie identifies the woman who kidnapped her; rumors jeopardize an office relationship; Cross (Stanley Tucci) is called to testify.
Opening statements begin; Polson (Dylan Baker) probes a kidnapping; Gillespie (Grace Phillips) confronts Appleton (Mary McCormack) about Cross (Stanley Tucci).
Hoffman (Daniel Benzali) moves to dismiss charges against Avedon (Jason Gedrick); Gillespie (Grace Phillips) represents a wealthy Brazilian student accused of date rape.
A deranged fan of Avedon's confesses to Jessica's murder; Annie (Patricia Clarkson) confronts Hoffman (Daniel Benzali) with a disturbing rumor.
Neil (Jason Gedrick) plans a live television interview; another incriminating videotape surfaces; Julie is arrested for DUI; guest Carol Lawrence.
A mystery witness claims the ability to link Neil (Jason Gedrick) to the murder; Louis (John Fleck) uncovers an office mole who is leaking information.
Hoffman (Daniel Benzali) fears for Julie's safety under Dr. Lester's care; sparks fly between Spivak (J.C. MacKenzie) and an attractive prosecutor (Kathleen York).
Blalock (Kevin Tighe) hunts for evidence that could shatter Cross' alibi; Appleton (Mary McCormack) defends a young Jew (Maury Ginsberg) accused of an anti-Semitic crime.
A compromising home video undermines Avedon's polygraph test and Hoffman's defense strategy; Jessica's diary disturbs Hollywood honchos.
Troubled by Avedon's (Jason Gedrick) addiction, Hoffman (Daniel Benzali) selects a new second chair in the case; Grasso (Barbara Bosson) encourages Hoffman to plea bargain.
Murder suspect Cross (Stanley Tucci) is arraigned; a surprise witness comes forward (Tia Carrere).
A Los Angeles attorney (Daniel Benzali) defends a wealthy entrepreneur (Stanley Tucci) in the death of a lover's teenage sister.