Thanks to Lorna, they discover Grant’s weak points. It turns out that he is an art collector who is looking for a valuable work of art by his beloved artist. The Lincolns will still use the original piece as bait to capture him even though no one is aware of its location.
Sam, a former client who owes them money, is contacted by Lorna and Cisco. If he assists them with their most recent scam, they’ll pay his tab in full. They ask Sam to create a website for them announcing the sale of the object Grant has been seeking.
Perhaps he was contemplating the mouthwatering flan at Lisa’s restaurant as he lay bleeding and bruised, staring up at the concrete ceiling. The opening scene of “Suspicious Minds” (Season 2, Episode 5) features him daydreaming about kissing caramel off the lips of his ex-boyfriend, who is currently a defendant in a murder case.
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After rapidly returning to reality, he informs Lisa that Andrea Freeman has reneged on her plea agreement and suggests that she may have new evidence. But when he mentions Jeff, her ex-husband, Lisa becomes irritable. Mickey is desperate to track him down so that Lisa can call him as a character witness.
Mickey is desperate to track him down so that Lisa can call him as a character witness. In contrast, finding him and having him testify for the prosecution may be a very terrible development for the defence. With the sounds of Ensenada and the Baja surf breaking in the background, Jeff finally phones Mickey. He refuses to testify and adds of his ex, “I’d rather not get dragged into her drama, if you catch my drift,” before hanging up. The story of Lisa’s stoner ex-husband Jeff continues.
For the People v. Lisa Trammell preliminary hearing, Mickey’s cunning legal abilities come to life.Andrea Freeman returned to court with a new witness, the forensic investigator who examined the evidence seized from Lisa’s home, after his motion to strike the receptionist’s testimony.
In the discovery materials, there was evidence like a pair of garden gloves that Mickey never saw. The forensic analyst states, “We found epithelial cells and hair follicles,” and the gloves have a bloodstain that also fits Mitchell Bondurant. This is the worst news yet in a case that has been going south for days.