Kuzak has to battle racial prejudice and too much media coverage as he tries to defend Earl Williams, a black college professor against charges that he murdered a white college co-ed who was his lover Nina Corry. Meanwhile, a domineering Grace earns the devotion of an insurance claims adjuster she is prosecuting for fraud, who gets turned on by S&M. Becker finds himself inspired in negotiation a settlement for his latest divorce client, Corrinne Hammond. Also, McKenzie asks Victor to give advice to Benny on the niceties of safe sex.
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Earl, you gotta get real straight with me real fast. I can either go in there and attack the prosecution's DNA expert. Or, I can find one of our own experts to testify that semen wasn't yours. But before I do, I got to know. Did you go to bed with her that afternoon? Yes or no?
Yes or no, damn it!
Earl, you're a smart man! You know how sophisticated the crime labs are! What do you think they were gonna find out?
I didn't think they could trace it to me.
So you send me in ...