Brenda again tangles with Philip Stroh, suspected rapist / murderer, and with the Johnson Rule now in effect, Pope is watching her every move.
Since the new rule is written in her name, Brenda knows how to legally maneuver around it, and does so.
Pope uses Raydor to put a stop to it, and Brenda becomes more tense at every turn.
The case takes a very different path than Brenda expects, and she soon she finds herself out of moves.
Provenza: Dammit, Chief, how long have you been tracking Stroh's car with a GPS marker?
Brenda: Since the day after the Johnson Rule went into effect. Don't worry, I have a warrant.
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Drugging women to have sex with them. I don't understand it. It's just so...unsporting. Not to even give them a fighting chance.Stroh
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