Oliver is concerned when a mysterious illness sweeps the city, infecting hundreds of people, including Diggle. Oliver discovers Vertigo in Diggle's blood and realizes The Count has broken out of prison and is once again distributing his drug. Meanwhile, Moira goes on trial for her participation in the Undertaking. ADA Adam Donner collapses in court with Vertigo symptoms so Laurel must step in and try the case against Moira. Oliver is torn between standing by his family during the trial and catching The Count. However, things change when Felicity follows a lead and walks straight into a trap set by The Count.
Did You Know?
Moira Queen's defense attorney, Jean Loring, is named after Ray (The Atom) Palmer's fiancee, who is also a lawyer in the DC comic, The Atom. See more
Under the US justice system (and most justice systems based on English law), cross examination may only consist of topics brought up during direct examination. This means that Laurel could only bring up "Adam's trump card" if Jean Loring, the defense attorney, questioned Moira about it herself. The only exception to this would be if Moira was called as a prosecution witness, and thus examined directly by Laurel, but this is highly unlikely to happen in Moira's own trial. See more
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