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The firm takes on a TV producer who made an episode based on the Colin Sweeney murder case, Alicia and Prady compete for a wealthy donor's campaign money, and Lemond Bishop makes Kalinda drive his son home from school.
When Colin Sweeney accuses a television producer of basing an unflattering character and show on his life, Diane and Cary must prove that they are capable of handling his case as Alicia focuses on the race for State's Attorney. Also, Alicia competes against Frank Prady for a major campaign donation.
Cary and Diane represent Colin Sweeney who is suing a movie production company for making a film about a wife killer that has a great resemblance to the murder for which he was acquitted. Sweeney is his own worst enemy however with his new wife seemingly ready to testify against him. Meanwhile, the campaign continues for Alicia and Frank Prady who are both after financial support from Guy Redmayne who controls a major PAC.
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