Mammophile – Keegan uses an unusual tactic to defend a mother and her son who both claim to have committed the same murder. Meanwhile, Keegan has to deal with an annoying boy, Louis, whose father was the only bidder on “A Day with a Lawyer” auction. To add to his drama, Keegan also finds out that Mikki is dating someone that he knows.
A Man’s Best Friend – Keegan defends a close friend and well-respected doctor accused of animal cruelty, after an explicit video of him, his wife and his dog gets stolen. Meanwhile, Scarlet and David’s …
Remembrance of Taxis Past; Man’s Best Friend – Keegan solicits support for Scarlet’s DA campaign from a popular former governor of California, but is unnerved by Maddy’s choice of a political consultant who happens to be her ex-lover. Meanwhile, Mikki’s fiancé could be a formidable opponent for Scarlet. In the second half hour, Keegan defends a doctor who’s accused of animal cruelty after an explicit video is stolen; and the Feds want to look at the financial records at Ben’s firm.
50 Shades of Gay – Mikki’s former pimp, Jules, is charged with assault after an altercation with an influential agent whose status in Los Angeles prohibits witnesses from speaking out, even though it’s clear that Jules is innocent. Meanwhile, Scarlet’s DA campaign hits a roadblock; and Maddy has a confrontation with Finn’s teacher.
Hey, Good Looking – Keegan defends a woman charged with killing her husband, but also finds himself a suspect in the murder of the mayor. Meanwhile, Maddy tires of Bruce’s stalker behavior; and Ben and Scarlet’s loyalty to Keegan becomes a bone of contention.
Staple Holes – Ben takes over the law firm after the death of his father and hires Keegan, who manages to win his first case despite being completely unprepared for it, but he doesn’t get the reaction he expected from the partners. Meanwhile, Leanne wants to be on Keegan’s staff at Ben’s firm; Bruce can’t accept the fact that Maddy broke up with him; Scarlet rethinks the launch of her campaign for DA; and a new wrinkle develops in Keegan’s relationship with the mayor’s wife.
Three Strikes – The mayor’s ban on plea deals challenges Keegan to find a way to get an old friend off the hook when he’s charged with a third-strike robbery he didn’t commit. Meanwhile, Ben’s firm may get a new lawyer; Scarlet mulls a career move; and Keegan doesn’t think Maddy can spend an entire day with her boyfriend.
Bigamist – When Keegan’s newest client, Lucy Marks, is charged with jury tampering after sleeping with a juror in order to get information about her daughter’s case, Keegan has to try and purposely lose the case in order to make the city look accountable for Lucy’s daughter’s wrongful conviction. But when new evidence surfaces on her daughter’s case, Keegan starts to question Lucy’s motives. Meanwhile Finn is still sleeping with his teacher against his parent’s wishes and Keegan figures out a way to sabotage Mikki and David’s blossoming relationship.
Bigamist – Alberto Rinaldi is accused of bigamy and Keegan has to find a way to convince loving more then one wife shouldn’t be a crime. However details surrounding Rinaldi’s other relationsh…
Cannibal – A death in Ben’s family forces him to ask Keegan to take over a case in which the mayor’s chief economic adviser is accused of murdering—and eating—a young accountant. Meanwhile, Mikki makes a decision about her career.