Having successfully defended a client on a charge of murdering his wife, Alicia and Will find themselves in a military court when he is re-arrested and charged with the same crime. As he is serving in the military, it seems that double jeopardy - which prevents anyone from being tried for the same crime twice - does not apply. The defense lawyers make the best of it but it all seems stacked against them - the rules of procedure and evidence are different and the Judge seems biased against the civilian lawyers. Kalinda gets some important information and Alicia ends up calling Cary Agos to the stand. At the office, news travels quickly when everyone learns that the firms new partner has Lou Dobbs on his client list. Diane isn't that comfortable with his politics however. Peter Florricks campaign for State's Attorney takes a nasty turn.
Did You Know?
This episode first aired in on October 5, 2010. See more
When counsel are called to the judge's bench to confer over an objection, the judge's name plate on the bench is facing backward (toward the judge) at the beginning of the sidebar, but it is turned forward (facing the gallery) at the end of the scene. See more
Written by David Buckley
Performed by David Buckley See more