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Harry, against her better judgment, agrees to defend Eric Sanders, a man accused of savagely killing his wife. She takes the case at the request of Oliver Richard - a hot-shot attorney from the very firm that fired her the previous year. The extremely high-profile case brings Harry toe-to-toe with the head honcho herself, D.A. Roseanna Remmick. Meanwhile, new associate Cassie Reynolds represents an artist whose painting was unceremoniously altered by the purchaser.
The scene opens with Harry walking into the newly expanded office and says hello to Adam. It is clear that she is not happy about the new arrangement. Adam introduces Cassie, a new associate. Tommy Jefferson is there sharing the space as well. However, Harry makes it clear to him that they are going to stay separate. Oliver Pritchard, an old colleague of Harry’s, comes into the office and says that he’s working with a client named Eric Sanders. He says that he is being charged with murder. He asks for Harry’s help and when Tommy hears the news, he tries to steal the case from Harry. However, Harry is there and tells him to sit down. Harry tells Oliver that she is going to have to pass on it. However, Oliver says that she is the only person who can win this case. Adam says that the case is not fair to the defendant becuase it is stacked against him. When Adam reads that the accused has a journal detailing the way he would kill his wife, Harry is intrigued. ..Read the full recap