The four-episode drama ends as DA Franks considers stepping down because of new evidence in a 10-year-old terrorist-murder case. Ellen: Sara Mornell. Aaron Sachs: David Starzyk. Charlotte Ellis: Felicity Huffman. Jerry Weicker: Peter Outerbridge. Paul Harper: Tony Denison. Lisa: Sarah Paulson. Joe: J.K. Simmons.
A woman commits suicide and leaves an envelope addressed to DA Franks (Steven Weber), who reads the contents and removes himself from the case. Dr. Handley: Steven Anderson. Dr. Malcolm: Peter White. Kenneth Hart: Tim Kelleher. Jeanie Carlson: Patty McCormack. John Carlson Sr.: Robert Pine. Charlotte Ellis: Felicity Huffman. Kathy Franks: Cheryl White. Camacho: Bruno Campos. Carter: J.K. Simmons.
Wary of the case harming his reelection, Franks (Steven Weber) tries to get a plea-bargain in the killing of a TV star and the actor's wife claiming to be the victim of spousal abuse. Charlotte Ellis: Felicity Huffman. Patricia Henry: Sarah Aldrich. Alex Henry: David Henrie. Olivia Bailey: Beverly Leech. Jerry Weicker: Peter Outerbridge. Kathy Franks: Cheryl White.
A possible leak in the office of L.A. DA David Franks (Steven Weber) is investigated after the killing of a Russian-mob witness. Mark Camacho: Bruno Campos. Lisa Patterson: Sarah Paulson. Joe Carter: J.K. Simmons. Ellen Kaufman: Aunjanue Ellis. Judge Rodriguez: Efrain Figueroa. Det. Andy Flynn: Michael Woods. Larry Ward: Rick Kelly. Jerry Weicker: Peter Outerbridge.