Episode Recap (Spoiler Alert):
At the end of last episode, Peter urged Alicia to write a memoir. This episode, she tries to consult with a ghost writer, but Alicia seems not quite ready to spill her secrets. Instead, Alicia jumps back into the courtroom to represent an old client, Brett Tatro.
Six years ago, Brett was accused of attempted murder in the beating of one, Jeff Garrix. Alicia and Cary represented him pro bono and got him acquitted. Now, Jeff has died. The prosecution claimed that doctors can link the brain hemorrhage that killed Jeff to the beating six years ago. The prosecutor now wants to charge Brett with first degree murder.
The main focus of this episode is whether or not Brett can be charged and
Today is Star Wars Day, so while we say May the Force (and the Fourth) Be With You, we also thought it would be fun to take a look at Darth Vader’s rap sheet.
In the interested of space (pun mostly intended) and taste, we’re confining our window to Episodes IV, V and VI, the unquestioned core of Star Wars canon: “Star Wars,” “The Empire Strikes Back,” and “Return of the Jedi.”
Here are five of Darth Vader’s most infamous crimes:
On Friday, Mosby announced that all six officers would be charged, announcing charges ranging from manslaughter to misconduct in office. One officer, the driver of the van in which Gray was allegedly injured, Officer Caesar R. Goodson Jr., was charged with second-degree depraved-heart murder.