Still reeling from the cyber-hack at her law firm, Alicia is ambushed with questions about her leaked emails during a television interview. Meanwhile, Diane takes on a case that pits her sympathies towards gay marriage against the rights of religious freedom. Also, an investigator starts looking into the evidence Diane used to get Cary out of prison.
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Diane, can I ask you something? What do you think would happen if every case were adjudicated by someone with a family member or loved one who'd be affected by the decision?
Ultimately, perhaps, every case is.
But isn't the law supposed to be impersonal? In the sense that it should be the same for everyone? Y'know, otherwise we're in China, right? Everything's determined by who you know.
The law's supposed to be fair, not impersonal. In fact, I would argue that the law's always personal; it has...