I liked the fact that this episode started a little differently than previous ones. Instead of the customary "what the jury believed" beginning, the story starts with a tape being dropped off and the mystery begins there. Swain's character was further developed as we saw him bend the law to help out one client, then fall on his sword in court to help out another, despite the ominous presence of Rocca lying in wait for just the type of misstep Swain committed. This series continues to get credit for not showing its hand too early and keeping the audience guessing as to how the story will resolve itself. I would have given higher marks if not for the improbable manner in which the acronyn A.N.A. suddenly came to Swain.
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