Controversy jeopardizes Burton’s future as a federal judge.
When the carnival comes to town, Nick represents a young boy traveling with it who claims that he was molested by the Carnival’s owner.
Burdened by the pressure of his new job, Nick starts using drugs again.
Lulu’s mother, who has hired Nick as her attorney, offers her daughter a job that will take her away from Nick and L.S.P..
Nick must become the guardian to a 13-year-old who killed then raped his adoptive mother.
With the possibility of losing Lulu for good, Nick erupts in the courtroom and is sentenced to anger management sessions.
Nick must represent Barbara’s teenage son, who is arrested for drug possession.
Nick takes a job at a competing law firm after getting kicked out of Fallin and Fallin.
Nick focuses on Lulu’s safety when someone breaks into her house, which jeopadizes his relationship with Kim.
Nick is arrested and Burton risks everything to get Nick out of jail.
James’ world falls apart when an L.S.P. client appears to be the man thought to have killed his nephew.
Nick must help a gay teenager who is living on the streets of Pittsburgh
A disgruntled parent holds Nick and Lulu at gunpoint.
Nick represents a teenager who wants to stay with his homeless, dying grandfather rather than be placed with a foster family.
Lulu tries to make her relationship with Nick official after Alvin catches them having sex at L.S.P.
Nick’s first child advocacy case involves deciding the proper custody of young Hunter Reed, who has just witnessed his father kill his mother.
Nick represents the hospital Lulu’s husband works for after a patient dies under his care.
Nick takes action when Burton brings in someone else to run the firm.