A woman's husband and her lover are lawyers on opposite sides of a high-profile murder case.
David Zabel (Executive Producer), Rob Golenberg (Executive Producer), Alon Aranya (Executive Producer), David Zabel (Writer), Lisa Zwerling (Writer), David Zabel (Director), Julia Cho (Writer), Joe Hortua (Writer), Stephen Herek (Director), Yahlin Chang (Writer), John Scott (Director), Paul Davies (Writer), Andrew Bernstein (Director), Bethany Rooney (Director), Alison Tatlock (Writer), Stephen Cragg (Director), Michael Morris (Director), Paul Mccrane (Director), Jim Mckay (Director), Constantine Makris (Director), Patty Jenkins (Director)
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When Sara Hanley and Jack McAllister meet, the attraction is immediate despite that they are both married. Sara's husband, Drew, is an ambitious prosecutor who hopes to enter politics. Jack (also a lawyer) is married to Elaine, the daughter of his boss, Thatcher Karsten. Things grow more complicated when Jack and Drew land on opposite sides of a high-profile murder trial, just as Sara and Jack are starting an affair. Jack must defend his brother-in-law, charged in the crime, while Drew hopes to win in court and secure his political aspirations.
Hannah Ware as Sara Hanley
Henry Thomas as T.J. Karsten
Chris Johnson as Drew Stafford
Wendy Moniz as Elaine McAllister
Elizabeth Mclaughlin as Valerie McAllister
Braeden Lemasters as Victor McAllister
Stuart Townsend as Jack McAllister
James Cromwell as Thacher Karsten
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