Raising The Bar

8:00pm – Tuesday, June 29 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 8 p.m. on ACCESS

Jerry (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) takes a case for a woman charged with drug possession, but the case stirs up a conflict between Jerry and Michelle’s (Melissa Sagemiller) new cop boyfriend. Also, Bobbi (Natalia Cigliuti) defends a client battling larceny charges and Charlie (Jonathan Scarfe) and Judge Farnsworth (John Michael Higgins) share an interesting dinner together.

8:00pm – Tuesday, June 22 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 8 p.m. on ACCESS

When an innocent picture of a little boy in a bathtub winds up on a child pornographer’s website, Jerry (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) has his hands full defending the father against Balco’s (Currie Graham) aggressive prosecution.

8:00pm – Tuesday, June 8 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 8 p.m. on ACCESS

Jerry (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Michelle (Melissa Sagemiller) go before an overly strict new judge, and things only get worse when Michelle realizes that she may have feelings for a witness. Meanwhile, another case revolves around two older twins accused of falsifying a welfare check.

8:00pm – Tuesday, June 1 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 8 p.m. on ACCESS

In the Season 2 premiere, Jerry (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) defends a man charged with permitting a relative to sell drugs out of his barbershop. Meanwhile, Roz (Gloria Reuben) begins working on active cases again and Bobbi’s (Natalia Cigliuti) divorce proceedings begin.

Friday, March 13 10 p.m.

In the first-season finale, Roz (Gloria Reuben) and Balco (Currie Graham) retry an overturned case involving a firefighter charged with stealing property during a blaze. Elsewhere, a secret about Bobbi’s (Natalia Cigliuti) husband is brought to light, and a serious conflict with Judge Kessler (Jane Kaczmarek) continues to impact Charlie (Jonathan Scarfe).

Friday, March 6 10 p.m.

Jerry (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) holds court against an arrogant DA while defending an HIV-positive man leveled with attempted murder charges for spitting at a police officer. Meanwhile, Bobbi (Natalia Cigliuti) and Richard (Teddy Sears) defend a 14-year-old possibly connected to a homicide. And Judge Kessler (Jane Kaczmarek) plans some rest and relaxation in Italy, inviting Charlie (Jonathan Scarfe) along for the trip.

Friday, February 27 10 p.m.

Jerry (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) provides legal assistance to Charlie’s (Jonathan Scarfe) friend, who was busted for distributing ecstasy. Elsewhere, Marcus (J. August Richards) realizes something’s amiss when working for a Hell’s Kitchen man with strong family ties. Meanwhile, Michelle (Melissa Sagemiller) asks Jerry a favour, and law student-dancer offers Richard (Teddy Sears) an interesting proposition.

Friday, February 20 10 p.m.

Jerry (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) navigates through thorny judicial politics to defend a client he maintains is innocent. Elsewhere, Bobbi (Natalia Cigliuti) advocates for an Iraq veteran taking heroin as medicine for his war wounds. And Richard (Teddy Sears) is given a new client, a law student-dancer who showers him with a bit too much attention.

Friday, February 13 10 p.m.

Jerry’s (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) latest case involves a man arrested for following a hit-and-run driver and then stealing money from him. And Bobbi (Natalia Cigliuti) handles a complicated case in which the wife in a domestic-violence dispute refuses to press charges against her husband.

Friday, February 6 10 p.m.

Jerry (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) takes on a tough case in which a young boy was molested and murdered in an abandoned building. When press coverage raises the heat on the case, Balco (Currie Graham) decides to take over as the primary prosecutor. Meanwhile, Bobbi (Natalia Cigliuti) is defending a family man charged with possession of heroin, but the physical evidence against him seems non-existent.