I didn't see the part which showed to what extreme the cop went to to get the information that landed him on trial, but as presented it would be difficult for me to imagine either one of those cases going against them.
Denny Crane is simply superior to Donnie Crane, perhaps after a a decade or two he'll be as formidable, particularly if he listens to and learns from critques like the one Denny gave him about why he lost. That was touching hearing Denny clue him in to his perspective on fatherhood, and the fact that he'd always loved Donnie, and continued to do so.
Were I on a jury without having come in with a heaping helping of attitude against the police in general, it would be hard not to acquit the defendant with all the heavy weight help Alan brought in during his closing arguments. Dirty Harry, Charles Bronson, the President, Attorney General, the Supreme Court of the United States and even star quality defense attorney Alan Dershowitz, ALL speaking out in favor of torture, at least as interpreted by Alan.
I've never heard the term "Torture Warrant" before, and if it was explained during the show, I didn't get the definition. Is that as clear cut as it sounds, just like a Death Warrant? I read an article the other day which stated that we are farming out those we deem worthy of torture to nations that are presumably better at it than us, Syria, for one. I doubt I'll see anything from the goverment validating that assertion.
Those chairs on their balcony at the firm look as if they are made of stone or concrete. I don't understand why they don't pony up for something more comfortable. They may be all weather, but how many people spend much time out there in the dead of winter, I wonder, and built in uncomfortability to keep slackers at bay doesn't make sense to me either, because the termination threshold isn't very high for any but the highest echelon at the firm, I would imagine.