The Firm

Season 1 Episode 12

Chapter Twelve

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Mar 31, 2012 on NBC
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A break is finally achieved in Sarah Holy case when Mitch, Ray, Tammy and Abby put all their information together and discover that Noble Insurance, under the direction of Kevin Stack, is systematically killing terminally ill patients in order to save insurance money and that Sarah, using her medical training, is the one who commits the murders. Mitch asks for a meeting with Sarah to confront her with what he knows.
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Meanwhile, Mitch's first paying client, Gerald Sykes, is in jail charged in an ABM robbery and shooting. Despite DNA evidence, Gerald protests his innocence claiming he was not there. When Mitch tells him that he needs a viable defense, Gerald changes his initial story to claiming he was there but was the victim, not the robber.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Darrin Baker

    Darrin Baker

    A.D.A. Gordon Shanley

    Guest Star

    Aaron Douglas

    Aaron Douglas

    Gerald Sykes

    Guest Star

    Tara Rosling

    Tara Rosling

    Danielle Moxon

    Guest Star

    Martin Donovan

    Martin Donovan

    Kevin Stack

    Recurring Role

    Rachael Crawford

    Rachael Crawford

    Diane Ruckeyser

    Recurring Role

    Alex Paxton-Beesley

    Alex Paxton-Beesley

    Sarah Holt

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Tammy: (calling after him as he is about to leave the office) Mitch!
        Mitch: (turns to face her) Tammy, I know that this is bigger than we thought, and it's scary, but we will get through this.
        Tammy: Thank you for that. I just was going to tell you you have mustard on your tie!

      • Judge Kerzan: This is a court of law, Counsel. You don't get to argue whatever you think might work. You said he was there, that was your choice.
        Mitch: And if he wasn't?
        Judge Kerzan: You should have said so from the start. But the truth still has a place in my court. You don't get a do-over because you think another theory plays better. Opening statements aren't evidence. I'll instruct the jury to disregard any mention of DNA.
        Mitch: I want that mistrial.
        Judge Kerzan: And I want a month's vacation in Hawaii. It's a disappointing day all around. Let's continue.

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