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A new hire at the Travers Freight Lines must deal with a lot more than he expected while attempting to bilk Nora out of $3,000.
Clay is hired to defend a man charged with poisoning his wife because of his affection for Nora.
A group of three outlaws, of which one has never been identified, are captured by the marshal and his men while hiding in a remote cabin. When the third man turns out to be the marshal's brother Jamie, who has a plausible story about how he met the men, Gib hires Clay to defend him.moreless
After a brief conversation between Clay and a client about to be hung the marshal mistakenly believes Clay was told where $30,000 from the heist is hidden.
The President spends the night in town on the way back to Washington. Gib and Clay thwart an assassination attempt.
Clyde Dawson is on his deathbed in a New Mexico prison. Another inmate, Brad Pickard, convinces him to write a confession in which he admits to Brad's crime on the promise he will sue for false imprisonment and help Clyde's family with the proceeds. Unknown to Brad, Clyde wrote a letter to his son Barney explaining what he did. Clay gets Brad a $10,000 settlement and Barney is there to collect.moreless
Joey Hooker is caught robbing a bank with a partner who shortly gets killed by the marshal. The bank clerk was killed by his partner but Joey will be tried for his murder. Joey's brother Frank is notified and tries to get help from Clay and finds that Joey will get at least 3 years in prison. Frank decides to take Nora for a hostage to trade for Joey's release.moreless
Clay makes a gruesome discovery that is also personal. As he approaches the town of Stillwater, a boy runs up to him to tell him he found a body. Clay investigates and finds a man who has been shot four times in the back. When he turns him over he finds the man is a friend of his. When he gets to town, not only does no one want to talk about it, he soon discovers they killed the wrong man. His job is now to find those responsible, whatever way it takes.moreless