When a crane crashes trapping Jordan, it's surprisingly Eli's brother, Nate, who has a vision -- and a brain aneurysm to go with it.
Eli discovers that his latest vision -- a gorgeous, confident, brunette singing to him -- is real after he meets her at a baseball game.
Jordan must defend himself against charges of insanity while Eli pursues a case which could lead him to the Supreme Court.
In the aftermath of their law firm's split, Eli and Jordan struggle to retain associates. They must face the financial repercussions of Jordan's coup.
Eli convinces Jim Cooper to let them lead the charge to start trial testing the efficacy of medicinal marijuana as a cure for MS in children.
Eli is having visions in which he's trapped in his father's body on Nate's 12th birthday. The visions guide Eli to clues in a boy's emancipation trial against his father.
As Eli and Keith defend Patti's daughter against drug charges, Eli believes she is innocent while Keith has his reservations.
Eli is determined to find out if he'll be alone the rest of his life, even if it means suffering the consequences.
Nathan calls on Eli to serve as minister at his wedding. When Eli's latest vision has him questioning Nathan's fiancee's devotion, he is restless to learn Nate's fate.
Taylor and Matt plan a getaway before the baby arrives, only to have their plans derailed by their latest case in which they'll face off against each other.
After sleeping with Maggie, Eli faces off against her in their latest trial and realizes she's emerged as a formidable attorney.
When Jordan meets room service waiter Doug Stemple, he learns Doug is yet another victim of corporate greed and decides that he and Eli will represent him.
Eli has a vision that makes him think someone close to him will die in a plane crash; Keith and Eli take on the case of a woman in need of a heart transplant; Matt and Taylor get engaged.