The series chronicles the personal life (and the wild lifestyle) of Rebecca Wright, a tough-as-nails judge serving on the Los Angeles County Circuit Court, whose time off the bench is spent partying and displaying a reckless behavior. Her reputation is about to be tamed—and judged—by Robby Shoemaker, a eight-year-old boy whose parents Rebecca put behind bars. He might be the one that can turn Rebecca's life around.
|11/20/2014||The Cat's Out of the Bag|
Rebecca’s rocker ex-husband Keith re-appears in her life to let her know of the death of an old friend. With Gary’s help, Rebecca realizes she still carries anger toward her ex and is able to successfully let the past go. Tedward sees the courtroom as the perfect way to meet recently single women, but realizes he has gone too far when a convict’s girlfriend thinks he’s "Mr. Right."
While helping her friend Michelle get through a divorce, Rebecca is scared off by Gary's commitment-themed romantic night. Tedward helps Hernandez through a fashion crisis, and Rebecca tries the case of a deaf man who steals shoes.
|11/6/2014||What Is Best in Life?|
Tedward learns that his friendship with Rebecca doesn't feel equal when she doesn't come through for him. Judge Hernandez pushes Rebecca to get in good with a group of high-standing judges, and Rebecca is faced with her arch nemesis Dana in a poker game.
|10/30/2014||Judge and Jury|
Rebecca is called for jury duty, but it conflicts with the Serpico olympics. She serves as a juror on a prostitution case, which she believes should be legalized. Tedward trains Gary to be Rebecca's replacement in case she misses the Olympics.
|10/23/2014||Knife to a Gunfight|
Tedward is concerned for Rebecca's safety after a convict who's case she tried is released. She contemplates getting a gun and handles the case of a dim and unaware thief. When the ex-con thanks Rebecca for giving him a chance, Tom is persuaded to push for lighter charges on the mentally unstable criminal.