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The United States District Court for the Southern District of New York -- also known as the Mother Court -- is the oldest district court in the nation, and the setting for the newest drama from the minds of Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers. Focusing on the lives and careers of the brand-new lawyers working for both the defense and the prosecution and handling some of the most high-profile and high-stakes federal cases in the country, "For the People" follows the talented professionals as their lives intersect both in and out of the courtroom.

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On Election Day, Jay turns to Kate and the team for help after his parents and other voters are illegally intimidated at their polling place; Sandra learns that Roger and Jill are romantically involved and challenges Jill's judgment.
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Sandra and Kate's relationship is put to the test when they go head-to-head over a high-profile bank robbery case; Tina gives Roger advice about his relationship with Jill.
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Allison defends a man arrested for selling illegal cigarettes and is determined to get him released without bail; Judge Byrne is called to jury duty; Sandra is still emotionally recovering after sending her client to prison for murder.
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Sandra is tasked with negotiating a plea agreement for a homeless man accused of trespassing; Roger and Jill's relationship is tested; Seth starts spiraling out of control after accidentally stealing evidence in a drug case.
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Leonard takes on one of the country's best litigators in a case that leads him to grapple with his personal feelings related to race and privilege in America; Jay takes on his first drug case; Sandra bonds with Ted over boxing.

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