The Rindell scandal will come to a head on The Good Fight's Season 1 finale Sunday.

Henry (Paul Guilfoyle) is offered a new, worse deal — 35 years instead of 10 — if he turns himself in. He has incentive to take the deal after his lawyer reveals another caveat attached to it. Hint: It involves Maia (Rose Leslie) and the revelation from her proffer session last week that she may have known about the Ponzi scheme.

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Will he bite the bullet for his daughter or risk going to trial and a life sentence? Two things are definite: He hasn't given up on finding another way out of this mess and there will be an arrest before the hour is up — but it won't necessarily be him.

The Season 1 finale of The Good Fight will be available Sunday morning on CBS All Access.

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