It's the anniversary of Devalos's daughter's suicide. Allison dreams of the suicide note Arianna left behind and how Devalos found her suffocated by the exhaust fumes in her car. She awakes, startled by this and is surprised when she's called to Devalos's house before work. She's told that Devalos and his wife never knew why their daughter committed suicide - she never left a note. Allison wonders if her dream was wrong. That morning, someone left an anniversary card with Arianna's obituary in his mailbox and Allison realizes she's seen who it was having had a vision as she walked up to the door. The man turns out to be Michael Gerwin, a man Devalos defended in his younger days as a defense attorney. Michael was accused of drugging and raping a woman and suspected of having done so to many more. The case would have been a classic "He Said, She Said" but evidence anonymously turned up in the form of DVDs that documented all of the rapes Michael committed. He was recently released on parole after he supplied important information about a mob father that helped put him away. At first Michael denies any involvement with sending the card. He has no reason to hold a grudge against his former lawyer but then Allison dreams it was actually Devalos who leaked the DVDs to the prosecution.
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