Mmm. Feeling this one. Haller is slimy as hell, but he is what you want as a defense attorney. I am liking the set-up in this one. Haller is a bit down on his luck since he hasn't had what he considers a franchise case in years. Now he is roped into defending a man accused of rape and attempted murder and he thinks he finally has not only a franchise case, but a case of an innocent man.