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Josh, a bright-eyed New York lawyer, heads to a tiny Southern town to defend an eccentric poetry professor accused of the hilariously bizarre murder of his wife. Josh's optimism never ceases despite his legal team of unqualified local misfits and a makeshift office behind a taxidermy shop. Winning his first big case isn't going to be easy, especially when his client continues to unwittingly say and do things that make him look guilty. Despite being complete underdogs, he and his ragtag team continue to take two steps forward, one step back to keep his client from stepping into death row.

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The trial is over and the verdict is finally announced; a key piece of evidence answers the question of who killed Margaret Henderson.
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As Josh focuses on making his final case before closing arguments, he takes a huge gamble and puts Larry on the stand.
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Josh's defense suffers a major setback when Summer turns into a suspect; Josh must decide how much he's willing to sacrifice to get Larry his freedom.
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Josh tries to show the jury the real Larry when they visit the crime scene inside the Henderson home; Anne and Dwayne search for Margaret's cellphone.
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Josh's strategy of making another suspect look guilty takes a blow; Anne and Dwayne investigate why Larry's former lover isn't on the prosecution's witness list.
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As the trial gets national attention, Josh's boss, Mr. Mankiewicz, decides to take over the case and suggests Larry plead insanity.
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As Josh prepares for trial, his boss, Mr. Mankiewicz, reveals a gigantic hole in Josh's case; unsettled by his rift with his daughter, and Josh's boss being in town, Larry takes matters into his own hands.
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Josh focuses on his new suspect; Larry insists on taking a lie detector test; Dwayne becomes a hometown celebrity as the man who found the arm in the lake; the team gets a new benefactor.
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New evidence leads Josh to a surprising and dangerous new suspect; the search for the murder weapon leads Dwayne to a dismembered human arm.
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Josh becomes sidetracked after the new suspect turns up in a coma; prosecutor Carol Anne Keane presents Margaret Henderson's autopsy report, which reveals Larry's wife was struck by a blunt object.
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After not being able to find a match to the DNA found in Larry's bedroom, Josh and his team discover a "sex print" on the wall, which leads them to a shocking new suspect; Josh inadvertently gives a piece of damning evidence to the prosecution.
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In the process of trying to find an alternate theory to Larry throwing his wife through the window, Josh and his team find another man's DNA in the bedroom; Josh is concerned about Larry's lack of emotion about the murder.
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Lawyer Josh Segal leaves New York for the town of East Peck, S.C., to take his first big case, which is to defend a poetry professor accused of killing his wife.

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