At the courthouse, Riley advises a client -- who apparently just got acquitted of solicitation charges -- to stay away from certain parts of town to avoid temptation. The kicker? It's a dude, and he's dressed as a nun. Har har har! The judge calls Riley to approach. She explains that she needs him to represent a client named Sanchez. Riley complains about his caseload, but the judge isn't hearing it, and sets the arraignment for later that afternoon.
Ariel sits on her desk and puts her shirt back on while Grant refastens her stocking to her garter belt. She straightens his tie. They practically start doing it again. Grant's attention turns to a brief he's working on. Ariel asks what time he wants to leave for their date that night. Grant seems less than interested in the whole idea and asks for a red pen. When he opens her desk drawer to get one, he sees something that gives him pause. Ariel, her back turned, says that she's tired of "all this skulking around." Grant pulls out the photo that Ariel stole from Jack's office, but doesn't give any indication to Ariel that he's seen it before throwing it back into the drawer. Ariel starts making out with him again. Grant must be really good in bed.
Riley meets with the AUSA for the Sanchez case. The AUSA says that Sanchez is guilty as sin of breaking and entering, robbery, and assault. She shows Riley the photos of the victim as evidence, but Riley keeps saying "allegedly." The AUSA says that Sanchez used a gun while committing a felony, which is a mandatory five years, and when you add in all of his other charges, he's going to get a minimum sentence of ten-to-fifteen in maximum security. She offers to drop the gun charge if Sanchez pleads guilty to the robbery charge, in which case he'll get three years. Riley wonders what the catch is. The AUSA says that the deal expires tonight. Riley starts to ask why, but he quickly realizes that it's the end of the month. Riley can't believe she'll give this deal just to "close up some files," like she claims. The AUSA says that he'll look like a hero, but if she has to deal with the case after today, she'll be feeling "less than charitable." Riley walks out, unhappy.