The firm finds itself representing Jonathan Murphy and his girlfriend and Alexis Symanski when they are arrested for possession of prescription drugs. Murphy is the son of one of the their biggest clients and they have every intention of getting him out of jail as soon as possible. Cary Agos is the ASA on the case and Alicia finds his behavior very odd. He has good reason when he finally reveals that Jonathan and Alexis are suspected of murdering a pharmacist in the course of a robbery. The young couple are obviously deeply in love and refuse to point the finger at the other, even when Cary offers probation to the first one that blames the other. Will Gardner and Diane Lockhart know where their bread is buttered and work feverishly to convince Jonathan to put the blame on Alexis. Meanwhile, Diane is still planning to leave and set up her own firm and asks Alicia to join her. Will gets wind of what's going on from a prospective client.
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The close-up shot of the telephone logs shows two calls supposedly of 2 and 4 minutes' duration, but with Connect and Disconnect times indicating a 9-hour call and a 10-hour call respectively. Additionally, the Connect and Disconnect times for several of the calls overlap, so the calls could not all have been made from the one telephone. See more
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