Riley and Molly wait in the courtroom. Polito walks in with the AUSA, who asks if Riley is ready to sign the plea. Riley sends Molly off somewhere, and then says that he needs a moment with Polito to clarify some details. Molly asks the baliff to give them a few minutes before he brings in their client. The judge asks Riley if he's ready. Riley claims that he's waiting for his client. He asks Polito if his burglar alarm was turned off when the robbery occurred. The AUSA asks what Riley is doing. He's working on motive...for insurance fraud! What a shocker! The AUSA thinks he's kidding. The judge asks if there's a problem. Riley asks Polito if he knew that the security company keeps records of when the alarm is armed, and when it's not, and that it was armed until about ten minutes before the crime was reported. Riley says it was the same deal the two other times Polito's store was robbed in the past seven months. The judge and the AUSA look confused. Polito thinks Riley is calling him a liar. Riley says that Polito also kept switching insurance companies so that none of them would catch on. The baliff brings Sanchez into the room. The AUSA thought they had a deal. Riley says that they did, but that when he tells a client to sign away years of his life, he likes to verify the facts first. The AUSA points out that Polito was beaten. Riley asks Polito if he's a drug user, and says that he was beaten for not paying drug debts. The judge asks if Riley is ready to make the deal. Riley says he won't be making it, because his client is innocent. The AUSA quietly asks if Riley can prove it. Riley says it's not his job to prove insurance fraud, but that he can definitely introduce reasonable doubt into Sanchez's case. The judge calls the lawyers up and says she hates having her time wasted. Riley starts to apologize, but the judge is pissed at the AUSA. Riley requests a probable-cause hearing, and the judge grants it. She also tells the AUSA not to waste the court's time in the hearing. Sanchez is like, "Awesome! Now I can go hook up with my dad's girlfriend!"
Forrester claims that he never touched Casey Evans like that. Jack isn't convinced. Forrester says that his executions were based on "solid legal principles." Jack chuckles and says that guys like Forrester amuse him, because they brag about murder but cringe at the mention of necrophilia. Forrester says that if there were any evidence of rape, it would have come out at the trial. Jack says they didn't pursue it because it's not punishable by death sentence. Jack says that Forrester will get his stay, but that some of his fans might change their minds about him. Forrester asks whether Jack is going to walk away without finding out his information. Jack sure is. Traub also stands and makes to leave. Forrester says, "Benjamin Baker. Casey Evans was his victim." Forrester explains that they took the same prison transport, and started bragging about the crimes they got away with. Jack says it almost seems believable, and tells Fineman to check out the name. Forrester says that Jack was right: "Truth, it seems, is the handmaiden of justice after all." I don't know what crimes Forrester did and did not commit, but he deserves to be in prison just because he's so goddamned annoying.