Alicia and Diane scramble when the opposing counsel continually changes his argument.
Alicia and Will represent an internet start up against familiar foes.
Will goes for a home run on his first case back but may end up hurting the firm.
Alicia fights for Zach's rights, Kalinda's estranged husband forces his way back into her life, and Will and Diane try to rescue the firm from financial ruin.
The fourth season of the drama finds most of its characters in hot water as Lockhart/Gardner attempts to avoid liquidation in bankruptcy court. Kalinda's estranged husband becomes one of the firm's newest clients, and starts to throw Kalinda off her game just as Will finally returns to work. Alicia must defend Zach in court after he videotapes a cop who pulls him over for a drug search. She also finds herself in familiar territory when a campaign worker says she slept with Peter just as he gears up his campaign for the Illinois governorship.
Will and Diane scramble when Louis Canning and Patti Nyholm team up to bankrupt the firm. Also, Alicia faces conflicted feelings regarding her relationship with Peter, and Kalinda’s past catches up to her.
Alicia defends a judge against misconduct charges stemming from his days as a prosecutor. Meanwhile, Cary makes a career decision and Kalinda deals with the repercussions of Agent Delaney’s investigation.
As Alicia counsels a client whether to accept a strict plea deal, she’s distracted by Peter’s newest political rival, whose actions force her back into the public spotlight.
When Alicia is assigned to be on a blue ribbon panel investigating a police shooting, she begins to question the motivations behind the chairman’s actions. Meanwhile, Kalinda receives unwanted attention from the IRS.
Alicia once again faces Louis Canning in court, but recent financial concerns lead her to reconsider his standing job offer. Meanwhile, Diane reconnects with the enigmatic Jack Copeland.
Alicia must once again aid Colin Sweeney when a sexual misconduct claim derails his attempt to win back control of his company. Also, Cary is faced with a moral dilemma when Peter tasks him with enforcing office policies.
While power grabs are being made at the firm, Alicia and Caitlin square off against old foe Nancy Crozier. Meanwhile, Peter discovers the price of taking the moral high road.
Lockhart & Gardner leads a class action suit against a software company that allowed the Syrian government to “disappear” American citizens. Also, Will faces a hard decision in the wake of the Grand Jury proceedings.
With her investigation complete, Special Prosecutor Wendy Scott-Carr presents her evidence against Will to the grand jury in hopes of sending him to prison for bribery. Meanwhile, Eli and Stacie Hall square off once again.
Alicia defends a lawyer who hires the firm after the government arrests him for not revealing the name of an anonymous client: a mysterious computer programmer who illegally invented a new online currency.
Lockhart/Gardner’s future is at stake when a couple whose divorce was overseen by the firm accuses them of encouraging the breakup for financial gain.
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