When a young woman is raped by a member of her church group, Barba (Raúl Esparza) must argue that the First Amendment doesn't entitle a person to break the law.
House and the team take on two cases at once when they attempt to save the lives of a young mother and her newborn son.
Ray forces Mickey to return to LA and brings him to Ed Cochran, who puts Mickey on parole and then holds a press conference taking full credit for finding and shooting Sully Sullivan. Kate McPherson, a Boston reporter, doesn't believe the FBI's story. Desperate to control Mickey, Ray corrupts a parole officer and has him take over Mickey's case. Kate begins to investigate Sully's death and decides to come to Los Angeles.
With her investigation in full swing, Kate zeroes in on Mickey. The appearance of Tiny, a former member of Sully's gang, jeopardizes Cochran's promising career. He and Ray disagree over what measures to take. Ray attempts to get Tiny out of the country safely while simultaneously closing the deal on a new house in Trousdale. Meanwhile, Mickey's new parole officer Mr. Keith, sends him to work at a Mexican restaurant. Abby meets a new friend at the gun range while Bunchy encounters a potential love interest at the bike shop where he has gotten a job.
Ray gets compromising information on Cochran while Cochran interrogates Mickey. Avi follows Kate as she investigates, but Ray will need to give her a new story. Meanwhile, Abby tries to have fun with her prospective Trousdale neighbors, and gets closer to Jim, her cop friend. Marvin gives Bridget an earring, and takes her to a party at the house of hip-hop mogul/ex-con Cookie Brown. Ray brings Conor to apologize to Alex, but it doesn't go well.
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