Liam and Dylan meet with Kevin at the big house. The victim was beating up a smaller guy and Kevin stepped in to stop him. As some people from the bar were pulling them apart, Kevin got "riled up" and threatened to kick the guy's ass. Liam offers as to how Kevin may have had a few drinks, but Kevin insists he's been sober for five years. He invites them to call his sponsor and boss if they don't believe him. He and the other guy walked away from the fight, he says. He's turned his life around and thought his father knew that; that's why he sent lawyers. Does Kevin have an alibi? No, but he's innocent! He pleads at them with his bushy eyebrows. Title card.
Walking out of the jail, Dylan and Liam talk over the case. Idealistic Dylan has already been swayed by Kevin's proclamation of innocence, but Liam is more cynical. "Addicts are notorious liars." Dylan is one sad little chipmunk.
Cliff's office, where hideously bad ideas are born. Cliff has called in Susan and Cliff (who walk through the door bickering) to meet with the Cook brothers, of Cook's Candies. They all laugh over some unfunny candy-related dental jokes. One brother wants to branch off with a "healthy sweets" company of his own. Which brother is which is entirely unimportant. The two have agreed to waive conflict so the firm can represent them both. Susan and Cliff are supposed to handle the negotiations. The moment the Wonka brothers are out of the office, Cliff and Susan start pestering Hart with protestations. Hart calms them down. "All you have to do is divide the assets fairly between the two companies." Beth and Malcolm will draft the contracts. Hart thinks it'll be the easiest fee Susan and Cliff have ever made. Think again, big guy.
At the courthouse, Liam and Dylan are tag-teaming the ADA about Kevin's case. He has a rap sheet, but not for anything violent and not for anything at all in the last five years. His Narcotics Anonymous sponsor says he's been going to meetings and his boss has nothing but good things to say about him. After some persuasion, the ADA says she'll take the info to her boss and see if she can get Kevin five years. Dylan is appalled. "Five years for a crime he says he didn't commit?" They can take the five years, or... She leads them into Judge Joan Anderson's courtroom. She has a sentencing history 35% higher than average, the ADA says. She's in the middle of hearing a case about a man who stole cold cuts to feed his starving family. Judge Joan is unsympathetic and sentences him to nine months in prison. Dylan and Liam look like they just peed themselves a little.