Eugene defends a rabbi accused of rape.
Bobby represents a man whose wife died after undergoing plastic surgery.
Gamble faces humiliation when a witness in a high profile case changes his testimony.
A judge forces Lindsay to defend a man who brutally murdered a nun.
Eugene and his wife battle for custody of their son.
A couple sues a gun manufacturer after their daughter is murdered with an assault weapon.
Ellenor is charged with murder after police find a bloody knife in her desk drawer.
Bobby represents a restaurateur who went out of business.
Gamble prosecutes the executive producer of a television news magazine who allowed footage of an assisted suicide to air on his program.
Bobby aids a friend whose daughter may have accidentally smothered her newborn.
The attorneys debate whether or not to represent an asbestos company.
Tommy Silva (Tony Danza) begins to build a case against Bobby's firm; Bobby defends a woman accused of a vicious crime; Rebecca questions her career choice.
Steve Robin sues the firm for defamation of character.
Ellenor and Eugene's lack of a strong defense strategy in the George Vogelman murder trial causes them to resort to desperate tactics.
Lindsay appeals the verdict in the Pearson case.
A client walks into the firm with a bag containing a human head.
After a challenging first year, where Bobby and fellow attorneys Lindsay Dole, Ellenor Frutt, Eugene Young and Jimmy Berluti, spent more time representing undeniably guilty clients instead of innocent victims, things are beginning to look up.
Catch the beginning of one of the most acclaimed shows on television with this first season of "The Practice."
Set in Boston, the award-winning "The Practice" centers on the passionate attorneys of Donnell, Young, Dole & Frutt. To these lawyers, every case is important and every client worth a fight to the bitter end.