'The Good Wife': On-the-court problems in the court

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Due to a DVR snafu, we missed the opening of "The Good Wife," but we think we've sussed out what happened during it. Our apologies if we get anything wrong in the recap.Case of the WeekCary and Alicia/Will are facing off in an alleged murder case. Scott Bauer is the firm's client, whose DNA was found underneath his father (the deceased's) fingernails. The prosecution's theory is that the father found out the recovering alcoholic Scott was drinking again and said he was going to write him out of his will, so Scott killed him. Since it's a jury trial, the firm has hired a jury consultant to tell them how the jury is reacting to various pieces of evidence and testimony. Kalinda thinks the "medicine man" is a load of hooey, but he's just being observant, reading body language. Doesn't seem like $120K worth of service, but doesn't seem pointless either.The presiding judge has quite...


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