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Alicia's return to the firm after she withdraws from the election is sidetracked by mistrust on both sides. Meanwhile, Kalinda has a plan to turn on Bishop and not get caught, and Diane considers a test case to challenge mandatory minimums.
Alicia formally withdraws from the race for State's Attorney and now faces an uncertain future. Peter suggests that she keep politics as a possibility because he knows she has what it takes to survive. She's already accepted the settlement offered by the firm to end her partnership but when she approaches Diane and the others, they're more than happy to have her back as a name partner. When she later gets a call from one of clients who spoke to Diane and was told Alicia wasn't returning to the firm, Alicia thinks the firm is trying to pull a fast one and steal her clients. Meanwhile, Cary decides to give evidence against Lemond Bishop unaware that Kalinda has already made a deal with ASA Geneva Pine. Kalinda's actions put her in great danger however.
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