After the break, Cutter has to take back his promise not to prosecute Mila for the assisted suicides, because they're actually homicides. The judge is initially reluctant, but goes for his argument about intent, at which time Lingard has a hissy in the back of the courtroom and has to be removed.
McCoy semi-forgives Cutter, then waits until he leaves the room to undermine him with Rubirosa, who tells him that if he has something to say, he should say it to Cutter.
The lab tech testifies that Mila told him to "tweak" Driscoll's tests so they came up for Lou Gehrig's; when Nolan called, the tech provided the false report, as Mila had asked him to. On cross, the tech admits that Driscoll was "a willing participant" in his own death, and in fact was glad to help bring Nolan down. Then Nolan himself is on the stand, implicating Mila as the mastermind of the set-up; while he's casting himself as an upright Bob Woodwardian citizen, Mila rolls her eyes. On cross, Nolan concedes that he has no knowledge of Mila obtaining or administering any drugs to Driscoll.
Rubirosa and Cutter discuss the fact that they need Jenny Lupo to testify, but she's not responding to the subpoena. Lupo is dispatched to "lean on" her, which doesn't work; she doesn't want to go on the record with the fact that Thomas "preferred to kill himself instead of having a conversation with" her, and tells him to testify himself if he feels so strongly. "Tell everyone how you were too busy to talk to your sick, dying brother." Okay already, people, good God. I think he's sorry. "And then you can tell them it's because of me," she adds, like, did she and Cyrus Do It or something? The "...er" look she gets in response leads me to believe that something more than the usual survivor's guilt is at work here, but it's not followed up.
Back in the office, Cutter comes across an anti-death-penalty website -- and finds out that Mila is a registered user.
Now Mila is on the stand, doing the defendant's customary self-serving admission of involvement up to a point. She also talks about how she tried to help people "in the same spirit" her father would have, and beams hopefully at him; he just stares at her like she's got a booger. On cross, Cutter leads her slowly to the fact that the three-drug cocktail actually causes extreme pain, and that she's against the death penalty because that very same cocktail is used on death-row inmates, and as such is cruel and unusual. She's busted, and looks to her father for help, but none is forthcoming; Lingard is just shaking his head, disgusted. Nice parenting, Kookoopants. Cutter keeps hammering on Mila until she trails off with "my father t..."