Alan's latest client is a black woman suing a theatre production company for not employing her daughter for racial reasons, while Sally and Brad fight for a divorced woman's right to see her children.
Alan Shore decides to represent an ex-lover who was institutionalised after threatening his life; Denny Crane's behaviour causes concern among the partners.
Denny Crane's long-lost son (Freddie Prinze Jr.) resurfaces as the lawyer representing environmental interests against a shopping mall development planned by one of the firm's biggest clients.
Lori Colson has to defend a man accused of murdering a police officer when the firm must take a criminal case unexpectedly.
Lori and Sally defend a man who is accused of killing a man at a bar with a martial-arts punch to the throat; Shore and Tara take on the case of a hypochondriac who is suing his doctor for malpractice.
Alan goes up against the new power elite in the city when trying to help mayoral candidate Jack Fleming deal with a situation that threatens his election chances.
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