Thurgood Marshall explains equal protection under the United States Constitution and states that it is not being honored in several areas around the country, including Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Annalise fights to gets her client to have a fair trial after District Attorney Atwood refuses to negotiate with her.
Annalise conducts a cross-examination with the victim's son who holds prejudice against Muslims.
Though the Liebeck v. McDonald's Restaurants story, also known as the hot coffee lawsuit, has become a punchline, Adam argues that the facts of Liebeck's case are extremely serious and relevant to today. He clarifies misconceptions about the story and explains the implications of it.
This clip illustrates numerous ways that frivolous patents, the unfair issuance of copyright violations, or how longer copyright terms threaten innovation.