A disgraced lawyer, now an ambulance chaser, gets a case that could bring him redemption or at least revenge on the firm which expelled him.
Billy Bob Thornton, Tania Raymonde, Nina Arianda, Diana Hopper
On the night of the mayoral election, Billy and his team race to take down the people responsible before they become an unstoppable Goliath.
Held hostage by strangers and with no memory of how he got there, Billy has to make a harrowing escape from Mexico.
Believing his client will soon be a free man, Billy joins Marisol for a romantic weekend in Mexico, only for his case to fall apart at home.
Billy finally gets a witness who can exonerate Julio, but he won't talk unless Billy can convince the prosecutor to give him a deal.
Billy tries a risky strategy to suppress the prosecution's two key pieces of evidence, hoping he can clear Julio's name before trial even begins.
When Billy learns the name of the real shooter, he has to turn to the FBI to help him bring his elusive suspect in for questioning.
After a brutal loss, Billy decides to formally take on Julio Suarez's defense, but before he can go back to court, he has to get his team back together first.
Billy McBride is reluctantly pulled back into criminal defense when his friend's 16- year-old son is arrested for a double murder.
The trial concludes as former partners and old friends have their final showdown in court.
With danger mounting around every corner, Billy has to decide whether to head directly to trial or take his chances with a continuance.
Billy has to go to great lengths to secure his physical evidence's safety and preserve his witnesses' credibility.
As both sides begin their depositions, more secrets start to come to the surface, threatening to destroy everyone involved.
The beginning of discovery unearths a startling new piece of evidence that threatens to unravel Billy's entire theory of the case.
The judge gives Billy only a day to make a compelling offer of proof before he dismisses the lawsuit.
Billy scrambles to get his wrongful death lawsuit into court by any means necessary.
A burned-out attorney gets a second chance for redemption when he agrees to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit against the biggest client of his former law firm.