This episode teetered on the more serious side this week and it left me with an indifferent feeling.
Everything initially started out in good stride. Pete playing a high stakes poker game with lawyers and judges continued to illustrate his playful, daring character. Nick exemplified his desire to be a better father by spending his evening reading to his son. These shots helped identify the characters and continued to demonstrate that this show involves more than just defending clients each week.
The main case of Nevada v. Carter is given to Pete. The suspect, Mason, is being charged with armed robbery, but he explains that the witness is lying. The witness was there to purchase marijuana, but an altercation broke out and for some reason he decided not to tell the truth when the police questioned him.
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