Conflicts” is taken from The Lincoln Lawyer Season 2 Episode 3 (“Conflicts”), in which Mickey Haller used aggressive court tactics to quickly get the People v. Lisa Trammell discovery materials. And it was successful. However, in an act of her own that Mickey refers to as “a big middle finger from Andrea Freeman,” the prosecutor has thrown hundreds of bankers boxes at Mickey and his staff.
There are reams of emails and records from Mitchell Bonduran‘s business transactions as well as every aspect of Lisa’s private life, right down to gardening supplies and equipment.
Mickey, Lorna, Izzy, and Cisco ask a single, persistent question during their morning meeting. Why? “Some wealthy developer is killed. How come a chef is the main suspect? The most challenging is Lorna’s theory.
How come a chef is the main suspect? The most obvious solution is confronted by Lorna’s theory. Maybe Lisa did it after all, but Mickey is too prejudiced to recognise that. But he continues to swear repeatedly. Lisa is a customer. Nothing additional or less. I’m good, bro.
Bondurant can’t have just one foe, can he? From the residents and employees of his residential buildings to the partners and builders he works with, he has created a profession out of moving people around. The crew investigates the find to see what they can uncover.
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Mickey is adamant that Andrea must be concealing something, something tucked away in the paperwork that may derail her case. But Lorna can’t help but feel something. “Lisa seems off in some way.”The chef’s toolbox is also lacking one item: a hammer. And Mitchell Bondurant passed away from a blunt force injury; no murder weapon was found.
When Mickey questions her about it, she claims that her ex-husband’s toolkit—whom she describes as a stoner layabout with whom she has lost contact—was the source of the problem. Lisa becomes upset by the situation.
She feels bewildered because reservations at the restaurant have been reduced due to publicity. “Magic Mickey, I don’t know what I’d do without you!” But Cisco also found images of her and Bondurant having a violent altercation. Lisa insists that she is innocent, but evidence continues to surface that raises questions about the veracity of her account.
Kaz is having a meeting with an unidentified man as Cisco, who is very visibly hiding behind a little bush, snaps pictures with his camera and a very large telephoto lens. It’s Cisco’s responsibility to guarantee that his pal isn’t a federal informant for the Road Saints, but this looks pretty awful.
He confronts Kaz at his motel with the measured assistance of Lorna, who cautions him to use caution. Dammit, he really does work for the government. Kaz begs that he has no option. In Corcoran, something happened; a man jumped him; it was self-defense.
Therefore, now that he is free, he must implicate the MC.I informed them about the Hard Case After a few drinks, Casey started talking about a gun run.