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The Lincoln Lawyer
GenreLegal drama
Created byDavid E. Kelley
Based onThe Brass Verdict
by Michael Connelly
Developed byTed Humphrey
ComposerDavid Buckley
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes20
Executive producers
  • David E. Kelley
  • Ted Humphrey
  • Michael Connelly
  • Ross Fineman
Running time43–56 minutes
Production companies
  • David E. Kelley Productions
  • Hieronymus Pictures
  • Algorithm Entertainment
  • Fineman Entertainment
  • A+E Studios
Original release
ReleaseMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13) –
present (present)

The Lincoln Lawyer is an American legal drama television series created for television by David E. Kelley and developed by Ted Humphrey, based on the books of Michael Connelly.[1] It stars Manuel Garcia-Rulfo as Mickey Haller, a defense attorney in Los Angeles who often works out of a chauffeur-driven Lincoln Navigator. Neve Campbell, Becki Newton, Jazz Raycole, Angus Sampson, and Christopher Gorham also star.

The first season is based on Connelly's 2008 novel The Brass Verdict, a sequel to his novel The Lincoln Lawyer. It premiered on Netflix on May 13, 2022. It received generally positive reviews from critics. In June 2022, the series was renewed for a second season. It is based upon Connelly's 2011 novel, The Fifth Witness (the fourth book in The Lincoln Lawyer series), and it streamed in two parts. The first part was released on July 6, 2023, and the second released on August 3.[2]

In August 2023, the series was renewed for a third season.

Filming on season three began on January 18, 2024.


Lawyer Mickey Haller works in the back of his Lincoln Navigator as he takes on cases in Los Angeles.[3]



Manuel Garcia-Rulfo (left) and Neve Campbell (right) portray Mickey Haller and Maggie McPherson, respectively
  • Manuel Garcia-Rulfo as Mickey Haller, a criminal-defense lawyer and recovering addict.
    • Adan James Carillo as young Mickey Haller (season 1)
    • Gabriel Negret as young Mickey Haller (season 2)
  • Neve Campbell as Maggie McPherson, Mickey's first ex-wife and a criminal prosecutor.[4]
  • Becki Newton as Lorna Crane, Mickey's second ex-wife and his legal aide.
  • Jazz Raycole as Izzy Letts, a former addict and client of Mickey in an assault and theft case and now working as his personal driver to pay off her legal fee to Mickey.
  • Angus Sampson as Dennis "Cisco" Wojciechowski, Mickey's friend and go-to investigator and Lorna's fiancé.
  • Christopher Gorham as Trevor Elliott, a billionaire video game developer suspected of a double murder (season 1)


  • Ntare Mwine as Detective Raymond Griggs, a detective investigating Jerry Vincent's murder case
  • LisaGay Hamilton as Judge Mary Holder, the Chief Judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court (season 1)
  • Jamie McShane as Detective Lee Lankford, a detective investigating Angelo Soto with Maggie (season 1)
  • Reggie Lee as Angelo Soto, a business owner suspected of utilizing slave labor; currently being prosecuted by Maggie (season 1)
  • Carlos Bernard as Robert Cardone, a District Attorney running for re-election (season 1)
  • Kim Hawthorne as Janelle Simmons, also running for District Attorney (season 1)
  • Michael Graziadei as Jeff Golantz, Deputy District Attorney and prosecutor in the Trevor Elliott trial (season 1)
  • Krista Warner as Hayley Haller, Mickey and Maggie's daughter
  • Lamont Thompson as Judge James P. Stanton, the judge presiding over the Trevor Elliott trial (season 1)
  • Saul Huezo as Jésus Menendez, an old client of Mickey's, whom Mickey encouraged to plead guilty despite believing he was innocent
  • Katrina Rosita as Tanya Cruz, Soto's girlfriend (season 1)
  • Heather Mazur as Carol Dubois, an insurance agent who had an affair with Jan Rilz (season 1)
  • Mikal Vega as Eli Wyms, a former marine and client of Jerry Vincent (season 1)
  • Mike McColl as Glenn McSweeney, Juror Number Seven (season 1)
  • Chris Browning as Teddy Vogel, leader of the Road Saints Motorcycle Club
  • Lana Parrilla as Lisa Trammell, a chef accused of murdering a real estate developer (season 2)
  • Yaya DaCosta as Andrea "Andy" Freemann, a formidable criminal prosecutor in Trammell's case (season 2)
  • Matt Angel as Henry Dahl, a true crime podcaster covering Trammell's case (season 2)
  • Angélica María as Elena, Mickey's mother, an actress (season 2)
    • Andrea Savo as young Elena (season 1)
    • Ilean Almaguer as young Elena (season 2)
  • Douglas Bennett as Pete "Kaz" Kazinski, a member of the Road Saints Motorcycle Club (season 2)
  • Marlene Forte as Judge Teresa Medina, the judge presiding over the cases of Kymberly Wagstaff, Eli Wyms, and Lisa Trammell
  • Elliott Gould as David "Legal" Siegel, Mickey's mentor and a friend of his father, a retired lawyer
    • Brion Bronson as young David "Legal" Siegel


  • Christine Horn as Joanne Giorgetti, Deputy District Attorney and prosecutor in Eli Wyms' case, also Hayley's soccer coach
  • Jeff Francisco as Alvin Aquino, a parolee affiliated with Angelo Soto
  • Paul Rae as Bruce Carlin, Jerry Vincent's investigator
  • Paul Urcioli as Jerry Vincent, a defense lawyer whose practice Mickey inherits
  • Jordyn Chang as Charlotte Yeoh, Trevor Elliott's receptionist
  • Shwayze as Terrell Coleman, a client of Jerry Vincent who Mickey sympathizes with
  • Mageina Tovah as Wren Williams, Jerry Vincent's receptionist
  • Kadeem Hardison as Detective Kinder, a detective investigating the murders of Trevor's wife and her lover
  • Katy Erin as Lara Elliott, Trevor's wife, who he is accused of murdering
  • Johann Urb as Jan Rilz, Lara's yoga instructor, with whom she had an affair
  • Puja Mohindra as Sonia Patel, a friend and former coworker of Lara
  • Jonathan Avigdori as Anton Shavar, a man running a private security firm whose ex-wife also had an affair with Jan Rilz
  • Camilla Arfwedson as Gwen, a poker player acquainted with Mickey
  • Darrell Dennis as Detective Kyle Winters, the detective in Jésus Menendez's case, a former protege of Detective Lee Lankford
  • Ramona DuBarry as Detective Linda Perez, an associate of Lankford and Winters who formerly worked as vice
  • Amelia Brantley as Cherry, a prostitute and associate of Gloria Dayton who also works as an informant for Mickey
  • Anthony A. Kung as David Loresca, an informant for Maggie in her case against Soto
  • Chris Gehrt as Michael Connelly, a reporter who wrote stories of Mickey's father. Connelly is the writer of the books upon which the series is based and worked as a crime reporter for the Los Angeles Times before becoming a full-time writer.
  • Jon Tenney as Mickey Haller, Sr, Mickey's father
  • Fiona Rene as Gloria Dayton, a prostitute and the key witness for Jésus Menendez's case
  • Christopher Thornton as Sam Scales, a fraudster and client of Jerry Vincent
  • Anna Khaja as Dr. Miriam Arslanian, a forensic expert and witness in the Trevor Elliott trial
  • John Cothran as Judge Wallace Canter, the judge presiding over Izzy Letts' case
  • Meera Rohit Kumbhani as Sarah Shepard, a deputy district attorney prosecuting Izzy Letts
  • Turhan Troy Caylak as Robert Holt, a witness against Izzy Letts
  • Bernie Kopell as Marvin Beedleman, a jeweler who is friendly with Mickey
  • Justene Alpert as Krisha Gold, a coworker of Jan Rilz
  • Julie Ariola as Judge Winifred Champagne, the judge presiding over Terrell Coleman's case
  • Eugene Kim as Ernest Choi, a deputy district attorney prosecuting Terrell Coleman
  • Paloma Esparza Rabinov as Kymberly Wagstaff, a repeat client of Mickey
  • Megan McNulty as Gina Russo, a deputy district attorney prosecuting Kymberly Wagstaff
  • Paul McKinney as Tony Walsh, a defense attorney friendly with Mickey
  • Christopher Amitrano as Dennis Byrne, a mechanic for the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department
  • Melvin Diggs as Deputy Murray, a sheriff's deputy who initially investigated Lara and Jan's murders
  • Andy Fong as Judge Frank Oh, the judge presiding over assigning bail to Angelo Soto
  • Gabriel Burrafato as Mike Pomerantz, Angelo Soto's lawyer
  • Michael Cory Davis as Ernie Quienero, a deputy district attorney prosecuting Sam Scales
  • Matt Orduna as Officer Alfaro, an LAPD officer
  • Bryan Michael Nunez as Officer Doby, Officer Alfaro's partner
  • Jill Johnson as Debbie, a citizen of LA
  • Melanie Benz as Neema Shavar, Anton Shavar's ex-wife
  • Olivia Baptista as Nichelle Moreno, a jury consultant employed by the district attorney's office
  • Chau Long as Ryan Lee, a former classmate of Lorna from law school
  • Chuck McCollum as Phillip, an employee of the restaurant owned by Judge Stanton's husband
  • Makeli Leonard as Misha, a player on Hayley's soccer team
  • Alex Lewis as Eric Loomis, a forensic technician for the LAPD
  • Jeremiah Caleb as Raj Chowdhury, a client of Gloria Dayton
  • Rudy Martinez as Julio Muniz, a videographer who recorded the arrests of Trevor Elliott and Eli Wyms
  • Gregory Gast as David Shapiro, Anton Shavar's lawyer
  • Bruce Davison as Judge Walter Abrams, the judge presiding over Jésus Menendez's case
  • Emerson Brooks as Ben Miller, a deputy district attorney prosecuting Jésus Menendez
  • Matt Kirkwood as Dan Daly, Linda Perez's lawyer. Daly is actually a real-life lawyer who went to college with Michael Connelly
  • Harry Zinn as Judge Christopher Eagan, the judge presiding over Angelo Soto's case
  • Carolyn Ratteray as Sarah Walker, an assistant United States attorney friendly with Maggie McPherson
  • Clint Carmichael as Mitchell Bondurant, a real estate developer who Lisa Trammell is accused of murdering
  • David Clayton Rogers as Russell Lawson, a new client of Mickey, accused of burglary
  • Sachie Alessio as Beth Sauber, a deputy district attorney prosecuting Russell Lawson
  • Richard Kuller as Judge Mortimer Lyons, the judge presiding over Russell Lawson's case
  • Paul Lincoln Alayo as Luis Castillo, former roommate of Jésus Menendez
  • Jason Matthew Smith as Harold "Hard Case" Casey, a member of the Road Saints Motorcycle Club
  • Brian McGovern as Dean Wheaton, the interim dean at Lorna's law school, formerly a professor who taught one of her classes
  • Darien Sills-Evans as Detective Howard O'Brien, the detective investigating Mitchell Bondurant's murder
  • Andrew Hawtrey as Officer Crimmins, a desk sergeant for the LAPD
  • Shelby Lee Parks as Rae, Izzy's ex-girlfriend and business partner, also a former drug addict
  • Joanne Baron as Margo Schafer, a witness against Lisa Trammell
  • Anais Lee as Angelica Coleman, Terrell Coleman's daughter
  • Carolyn Mignini as Judge Sandy Lockett, the judge presiding over Angelica Coleman's case
  • Brian Dare as Ernest Moore, a deputy district attorney prosecuting Angelica Coleman
  • Amy Davidson as Karen Foster, a witness against Angelica Coleman
  • Keong Sim as Walter Kim, a building inspector who worked for Mitchell Bondurant
  • Robert Horry as himself
  • Tiffany C. Adams as Detective Ginny Long, Detective O'Brien's partner, also investigating Mitchell Bondurant's murder
  • Elizabeth Anweis as Hannah Gates, a forensic technician for the LAPD
  • Conroe Brooks as Hansen, an ATF SWAT leader in the LAPD
  • Rudy Quintanilla as Gustavo, a tailor friendly with Mickey
  • Adam J. Harrington as Jeff Trammell, Lisa Trammell's ex-husband
  • Michael A. Goorjian as Alex Grant, a contractor and business partner of Mitchell Bondurant with ties to the Armenian Mob
  • Patrick Fischler as Jacob Zimmer, Alex Grant's lawyer
  • Miriam Flynn as Donna, a clerk working for the FBI who Cisco uses as a source
  • Hemky Madera as Agent Felix Vasquez, an FBI agent investigating Alex Grant
  • Damian Delgado as Sergio Beltran, a landscaper
  • Tina Arning as Valerie Stern, a long-time neighbor of Lisa Trammell
  • Ryan W. Garcia as René Morales, an employee of Lisa Trammell's restaurant
  • La'Charles Trask as Gary Furlong, a member of Lisa Trammell's jury
  • Kristin Carey as Jennifer Little, the owner of a property Izzy attempts to rent
  • Juan Monsalvez as Carlos, the manager of a property owned by Jennifer Little
  • Matthew Garbacz as Taylor, a part time worker at Hayley's riding lessons
  • Devon Graye as Julian La Cosse, a pimp and a new client of Mickey


SeasonEpisodesOriginally released
110May 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
2105July 6, 2023 (2023-07-06)
5August 3, 2023 (2023-08-03)

Season 1 (2022)[edit]

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date
11"He Rides Again"Liz FriedlanderDavid E. KelleyMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
Los Angeles lawyer Jerry Vincent is shot dead in a parking garage, and the killer steals his briefcase. His law practice is transferred to attorney Mickey Haller, supervised by Judge Mary Holder, including the case of Trevor Elliott, a video game designer accused of murdering his wife Lara and her lover. Taking over Jerry's office, Mickey and his paralegal/second ex-wife Lorna Crane refuse to let police detective Raymond Griggs search Jerry's files. Mickey meets Trevor, who is determined to go to trial in one week, and takes the case of Izzy Letts, a former drug addict accused of stealing a necklace. A recovering addict himself, Mickey gets Izzy's charges dropped and hires her as his driver. His first ex-wife, prosecutor Maggie McPherson, is wary as they work toward joint custody of their teenage daughter, Hayley. Mickey hires Lorna's boyfriend, Cisco, as his investigator and they visit Trevor's home, the scene of the murders, where Cisco reveals that he and Lorna are engaged. Mickey convinces Trevor to hire him as his attorney, and he and Izzy discover they are being followed.
22"The Magic Bullet"Erin FeeleyTed HumphreyMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
Izzy and Mickey evade the SUV tailing them, which Mickey later sees outside his home. Cisco questions Jerry's investigator, Bruce Carlin, who tells him Jerry took him off Trevor's case. Judge Holder allows Mickey to give Griggs the names of clients who threatened Jerry, and in exchange, Griggs reveals that Jerry frequented a casino. Cisco and Lorna learn that yoga teacher Jan Rilz, Lara's murdered lover, had affairs with multiple clients. Mickey takes over the case of Terrell Coleman, a single father targeted by a jealous police officer, and brings Hayley to work with him, slowly repairing his relationship with Maggie. Lorna discovers that Jerry drafted a motion for a continuance but was killed before he could file it. Trevor is unwilling to jeopardize his company's pending acquisition, forcing Mickey to refuse a continuance from Judge Stanton. Jerry's receptionist, with whom he was having an affair, reveals that he had a "magic bullet" to win Trevor's case. Unbeknownst to Mickey, his car has been bugged by the driver of the mysterious SUV.
33"Momentum"Erin FeeleyTed HumphreyMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
Mickey learns he is supposed to represent Eli Wyms, who is not among Jerry's files. Preparing to indict businessman Angelo Soto for trafficking undocumented workers, Maggie is assisted by Lee Lankford, a detective Mickey does not trust. Griggs shows Mickey a surveillance photo of a possible suspect in Jerry's murder, and Cisco discovers Carlin has gone into hiding, and gives Mickey a gun to protect himself. Mickey has the unresponsive Wyms, a veteran sniper arrested for shooting at police, taken off the medication he was given in custody. Lorna questions Carol Dubois, one of Rilz's "clients" who gave him a large investment, and she mentions another client, Neema Shavar. At Jerry's memorial, Lankford taunts Mickey for failing his client Jésus Menendez; tempted to drink, Mickey is saved by Izzy. Soto is arrested, while Trevor reveals to Mickey that he knew about his wife's affair, but maintains his innocence. Mickey realizes that Wyms was arrested hours before Trevor and is somehow Jerry's "magic bullet". In the parking garage, he encounters the man from Griggs' photo, who chases him to the office. Scaring him off with Cisco's gun, Mickey calls Griggs.
44"Chaos Theory"Bill D'EliaChris DowneyMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
Mickey deduces that Griggs faked the surveillance photo and "suspect" to test whether Mickey was involved in Jerry's murder, and they plan to draw out the real killer, with Mickey announcing that he has backups of Jerry's stolen files. Soto makes bail, and Maggie's lead witness becomes unwilling to cooperate. Mickey meets Wyms, now coherent, who refuses to tell his story until Mickey gets him released. Seeing Mickey's announcement, Carlin warns him that Jerry's murder is connected to Trevor's case and agrees to meet. Mickey tells Izzy that Jésus Menendez was convicted of killing a prostitute after a witness disappeared. Spooked, Carlin calls off the meeting, and Mickey and Cisco find the bug in Mickey's car, which they leave to avoid tipping off whoever is listening. At Hayley's soccer game, Mickey negotiates a deal for Wyms, but Wyms knows nothing about Trevor's case. Cisco and Lorna track down Carlin, who is pulled over by police and accidentally struck and killed by a passing car. Mickey comforts Maggie after her witness is murdered; they share an intimate moment, and Mickey attends an NA meeting with Izzy.
55"Twelve Lemmings in a Box"Bill D'EliaAndi BushellMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
Despite Trevor's refusal to hire a jury consultant, Mickey enlists Gwen, an expert poker player. Maggie's superior Janelle Simmons is running to unseat district attorney Robert Cardone, and tells her to prove Soto killed her witness or drop the charges. Mickey asks his client Cherry for help finding fellow prostitute Gloria "Glory Days" Dayton, the witness who disappeared after promising to testify for Menendez. Cisco learns that Neema Shavar's ex-husband Anton is the head of a shady security company, and Rilz filed a restraining order against him but failed to appear at the hearing. Despite Lorna's suspicion of Carol Dubois, Cisco approaches Neema and records himself being threatened by Anton. During voir dire, Trevor's actions force Mickey to excuse a favorable juror. Izzy learns her ex-girlfriend is using drugs again, and Mickey is accosted by the Road Saints, Cisco's former biker gang. Lorna encounters a former classmate from law school, which she left behind. Maggie and Lankford approach Tanya Cruz, Soto's pregnant girlfriend, and Maggie refers her to Mickey. Griggs tells Mickey that Jerry withdrew $150,000 the same day Carlin made a delivery, possibly a bribe for Trevor's case.
66"Bent"David GrossmanGladys RodriguezMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
Mickey remembers his late father, a famed L.A. attorney himself, and consults his friend and colleague David "Legal" Siegel. Cisco finds out Mickey is assisting the Road Saints, and he and Lorna confirm that Judge Stanton was not the recipient of Jerry's bribe. Lara's former coworker Sonia Patel tells Mickey that Lara reached out for the first time in years, planning to meet before she was killed. Visiting an embittered Menendez in prison, Mickey admits to Izzy that his failure to help Menendez led to his addiction. Tanya asks for Mickey's help to escape Soto, while Cardone suggests Maggie support him for DA. A comment from Hayley leads Mickey to realize that Jerry's bribe was to buy a juror. He confronts Trevor, who admits that Juror Number Seven is a plant, and that his company is funded by Russian mobsters; he insists that he had nothing to do with the deaths of Lara, Rilz, or Jerry, but Lara was going to divorce him, putting the Russians' money at risk. Mickey remembers his father's words: it is harder to live with losing a case when you know your client is innocent.
77"Lemming Number Seven"David GrossmanZach CaligMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
Mickey asks Cisco to investigate Juror Number Seven and the dangerous Russian billionaire apparently funding Trevor's company. Lorna is confronted by Carol, who is convinced of Trevor's guilt. Cooperating with Maggie, Tanya reveals that Soto visits a flower shop just before people disappear or are killed, including Maggie's witness. Lorna breaks up a fight between Hayley and a soccer teammate, learning Hayley is being bullied for her father defending Trevor. In court, Mickey suggests that Rilz was the killer's primary target and Anton Shavar is a possible suspect. Lorna decides to return to law school, and Cisco identifies Juror Number Seven as Glenn McSweeney. Maggie and Lankford connect the flower shop to gang activity, with detectives Winters and Perez identifying a potential hitman. Judge Stanton receives an anonymous letter incriminating Juror Number Seven, who has disappeared, seemingly tipped off. Both Mickey and prosecutor Jeff Golantz refuse a mistrial, and Judge Stanton adjourns court to verify the rest of the jury. Mickey calls in a favor with the Road Saints to watch over Maggie and Hayley.
88"The Magic Bullet Redux"Alonso Alvarez-BarredaJustin PeacockMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
Cherry points Mickey to one of Gloria's regular clients, whom Cisco blackmails into arranging for Gloria to return to Los Angeles. Golantz calls Sonia as a surprise witness, and she describes Lara as a brilliant coder who was kept isolated by the controlling Trevor, but Mickey casts doubt on her motives for coming forward. Simmons pressures Maggie to convict Soto by the end of the week, and Lankford makes a questionable search of the suspected hitman's phone, but finds no definitive evidence. Izzy has reconnected with her drug-abusing ex-girlfriend, and Cisco becomes concerned about Mickey's dealings with the Road Saints. In court, a forensic technician confirms the large amount of gunshot residue found on Trevor's hands, but Mickey realizes that the casino Jerry seemed to frequent is near the vehicle maintenance facility for the county sheriff's department. With testimony from an amateur crime scene videographer, a sheriff's department mechanic, and a ballistics expert, Mickey establishes the "magic bullet": the gunshot residue came from Eli Wyms, transported in the same police vehicle hours before Trevor. Mickey also casts suspicion on Anton Shavar, but Trevor tells Mickey he still wants to testify himself. With Terrell Coleman's help, Mickey rescues Izzy after her ex-girlfriend nearly persuades her to get high.
99"The Uncanny Valley"Alonso Alvarez-BarredaChris Downey and Ryan Hoang WilliamsMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
Lankford fails to intimidate Soto's hitman into confessing, forcing Maggie to ask Tanya to wear a wire. Mickey reluctantly allows Trevor to take the stand, but faces a crushing cross-examination from Golantz. However, Mickey delivers a compelling closing argument, hinging on the impossibility of Trevor disposing of all evidence in the seven minutes before the police arrived. Cisco discovers that Trevor's Russian mob ties are a lie, leaving them unsure who has been spying on Mickey, but the jury finds Trevor not guilty, upsetting Carol. Mickey apologizes to Wyms for Jerry leaving him in prison, and gives him an affidavit allowing him to sue Jerry's estate for malpractice. With Maggie and Lankford monitoring nearby, Tanya records Soto implicating himself, and he nearly kills her before he is arrested. As Trevor celebrates his acquittal, Mickey confronts him with the truth: Lara was going to reveal herself as the true genius behind Trevor's success, so he killed her and Rilz, disposing of the gun and his bloody clothes with his drone. Trevor taunts Mickey, but claims not to know who has been spying on him. Lured to Griffith Park, Mickey is knocked out by Glenn McSweeney, Juror Number Seven.
1010"The Brass Verdict"David GrossmanTed Humphrey and Michael ConnellyMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
Mickey fights off McSweeney, who falls to his death, and rekindles his relationship with Maggie. Lorna finds Gloria and reveals that she dropped out of law school after a professor hit on her, and Gloria explains that Detective Perez threatened her into leaving town. Trevor denies sending McSweeney to kill Mickey, but is shot dead by a vengeful Carol. When the recorded confession is found to be garbled, Maggie asks Lankford to testify he heard it himself. At Menendez's hearing, Gloria testifies to being attacked by the real killer, a man with a distinctive tattoo. Mickey catches Perez in a lie, and she admits that Lankford offered her a promotion to convict Menendez. This destroys Maggie's case, making her angry with Mickey, and Cardone reassigns her to Van Nuys. Cisco offers to settle his debt to the Road Saints himself, and Maggie has Soto arrested on federal charges instead. Mickey deduces that Jerry bribed Judge Holder to tamper with Trevor's jury; she had Jerry killed by McSweeney and sent him to kill Mickey, having bugged his car. Holder is arrested, and Mickey greets Menendez on his release from prison, while Lorna reapplies to law school. Mickey goes surfing for the first time since the accident that led to his addiction, watched from afar by the man with the tattoo.

Season 2 (2023)[edit]

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date
Part 1
111"The Rules of Professional Conduct"Rob SeidenglanzTed HumphreyJuly 6, 2023 (2023-07-06)
Mickey is attacked by two men in a parking garage. Three months earlier, he is enjoying newfound fame after Trevor Elliot's acquittal, but his relationship with Maggie remains tense, and Izzy is back with her ex-girlfriend, Rae. Mickey is hired by Russell Lawson, arrested for breaking into a neighbor's home. The DA reopens the case against Jésus Menendez, with Griggs leading the investigation. Frustrated with her stalled career, Maggie leaves dinner with Mickey, and he meets chef Lisa Trammell, spending the night together. Lisa asks for his help with a restraining order from real estate developer Mitchell Bondurant for protesting his gentrification of her neighborhood. In the Menendez case, Griggs reveals that Jésus disposed of a knife similar to the murder weapon. Mickey successfully argues that Lawson drunkenly entered the wrong house after being roofied. Juggling law school and work, Lorna learns that Professor Wheaton, the instructor who hit on her, is the school's interim dean, and Cisco picks up a Road Saints member, Kaz, from prison, returning him to the gang. Lawson surprises Mickey at home, having staged his arrest to secure Mickey as his attorney, and reveals himself as the real killer in the Menendez case.
122"Obligations"Rob SeidenglanzGladys RodriguezJuly 6, 2023 (2023-07-06)
Trapped by Lawson's attorney-client privilege, Mickey is advised by Legal Siegel to stop representing Menendez. Lawson continues to taunt Mickey, who tries to help Gloria avoid charges for cocaine possession. Izzy wants to open her own dance studio with Rae, and Cisco learns that Gloria's cocaine-dealing client is a high-ranking member of the Tijuana cartel. Mickey offers the client to Maggie to bolster her career, in exchange for dropping the charges against Gloria. Lisa faces increasing pressure from Bondurant, and Lorna confronts Wheaton. The Road Saints' leader, Teddy Vogel, is suspicious of Kaz's early parole, forcing Cisco to investigate whether Kaz is an informant. Mickey tells Griggs he is no longer representing Menendez, but has Gloria provide Griggs with a description of her attacker, Lawson. She is released and returns home, where she is attacked by Lawson but saved by Griggs, who realizes Mickey used Gloria as bait to maintain confidentiality. Gloria tells Mickey she is leaving for Hawaii, and he visits a furious Lawson in jail before informing Menendez his case has finally been dismissed. He gets a call from Lisa, who has been arrested for Bondurant's murder.
133"Conflicts"Kate WoodsDailyn RodriguezJuly 6, 2023 (2023-07-06)
Lisa maintains her innocence from jail, but video of her interrogation leaves Mickey concerned. At Lisa's arraignment, Mickey is taunted by prosecutor Andrea Freemann, Maggie's friend, and he provides Lisa with a contract to her life rights to cover her $2 million bail. Lorna confides her worries about Cisco to Izzy, and Lisa is bailed out by Henry Dahl, a true crime podcaster, but Mickey refuses to allow him to produce a series about Lisa. Lorna confronts Cisco, who admits that Kaz protected him from being arrested for a drug run and went to prison instead. Lorna reveals why she initially left law school, causing Cisco to threaten Wheaton. When Hayley overhears Maggie and Freemann discuss Lisa's trial, Mickey threatens to have Freemann removed from the case, forcing her to turn over discovery immediately. He is accosted by Maggie for using Hayley, and she realizes he slept with Lisa. Mickey warns Lisa that their relationship must remain professional, though she pressures him into admitting that he believes she is innocent. As Lisa leaves, Henry watches from afar.
144"Discovery"Kate WoodsRyan Hoang WilliamsJuly 6, 2023 (2023-07-06)
Freemann buries Mickey's office in files, and Lorna considers that Lisa may be guilty, suggesting the murder weapon was a hammer missing from Lisa's tool kit. Lisa opens up to Mickey about her ex-husband Jeff, and Mickey's former client Terrell Coleman asks him to help his teenage daughter Angelica, charged with vandalism. Freemann offers a plea deal, which Mickey believes proves there is a flaw in her case, while Cisco questions Walter Kim, a building inspector with a photo of Lisa assaulting Bondurant at a protest, which led to the restraining order. Mickey learns Henry has started the podcast anyway, and Lisa rejects Freemann's deal, while Mickey's team learns that Bondurant lost $200 million on a construction project. Cisco confronts Kaz, who admits he was forced to become an informant after killing a man in prison; Kaz has set the Road Saints up to be arrested, but Cisco declines to join him in witness protection. Mickey turns Angelica's case into a copyright issue, winning her royalties from the plaintiff, and discovers that Bondurant threatened Alex Grant, a contractor connected to the Armenian mob. Freemann tells Mickey her offer has already been withdrawn, indicating she has a winning strategy.
155"Suspicious Minds"Antonio NegretZach CaligJuly 6, 2023 (2023-07-06)
Mickey continues to have feelings for Lisa, who reluctantly agrees to contact Jeff to help their case. Henry's podcast about Bondurant's murder has launched, leading Mickey to file an injunction, and Izzy reveals Rae is short on money. Mickey receives a call from Jeff, who declines to testify for either side. Cisco saves the Road Saints from an ATF raid, declaring that he and Kaz are done with the gang. Bondurant's receptionist testifies that she saw Lisa approaching Bondurant's building on the day of the murder; Mickey successfully shoots down her testimony, only for Lisa to privately admit she was there. Freemann introduces damning forensic evidence of Bondurant's blood found on Lisa's gardening gloves, but Lisa claims she has been set up. Lorna and Cisco give Kaz a fake identity to start a new life elsewhere, while Mickey learns that Henry has made a deal to turn Lisa's story into a TV series. Unable to find the contract for Lisa's life rights, Mickey takes out his frustration in a phone call to Lorna. Discovering the contract missing from the files in his car, Mickey is beaten unconscious by two men in the parking garage.
Part 2
166"Withdrawal"Antonio NegretMatthew J. LiebermanAugust 3, 2023 (2023-08-03)
Izzy finds Mickey, and he awakens in the hospital after reliving a childhood memory of his mother. He is visited by Maggie and Hayley, and Izzy reveals that she has broken up with Rae, who was paid to steal the contract. Mickey suspects his attackers were sent by Grant, and asks Cisco to investigate if Henry is connected. He apologizes to Lorna, and they recruit con man Sam Scales to draw Grant out of hiding with the fake sale of a painting, serving Grant a subpoena instead. Maggie and Hayley stay with Mickey as he recovers, finding his father's old law school ring. When Grant attempts to suppress the subpoena, Mickey uses media pressure and Bondurant's threatening email to goad him into agreeing to testify at trial, but Judge Medina tells Mickey he will need further evidence of Grant's involvement. Cisco discovers that Henry's executive producer works for Grant, and Mickey confronts Henry, who admits he stole the contract but denies arranging Mickey's assault. Mickey and Maggie spend a passionate night together, but she reveals she has accepted a promotion in San Diego and cannot continue their on-off relationship.
177"Cui Bono"Shana SteinLisa QuintelaAugust 3, 2023 (2023-08-03)
An FBI target letter for Grant anonymously arrives on Mickey's doorstep, leading him to consult Legal Siegel. Izzy prepares to rent her new dance studio, and Mickey receives a postcard from Hawaii from Gloria. Lisa's trial begins, and Detective O'Brien delivers convincing testimony for the prosecution, including Lisa's bloody gloves and missing hammer, but mentions a shard of glass found at the crime scene. Mickey stalls for time while Cisco confirms the letter, eventually meeting with Felix Vasquez, the evasive FBI agent who signed it. Izzy cannot afford the newly increased rent on the studio, and Mickey introduces the letter to paint Grant as an alternative suspect. Mickey tells Henry to assure Grant there is no concrete evidence against him, while Freemann calls on Vasquez to testify, but his answers imply the FBI believes Grant is guilty, and Vasquez privately reveals to Mickey that he sent the letter himself. Hayley continues to stay with Mickey, who learns she has a crush on a boy at her riding lessons. Freemann introduces a newly discovered piece of evidence: the murder weapon.
188"Covenants and Stipulations"Shana SteinChris Downey & Michael ConnellyAugust 3, 2023 (2023-08-03)
Lisa maintains her innocence, but Mickey refuses to let her testify, telling Cisco to find her ex-husband. Mickey asserts that the hammer, suddenly found in a neighboring yard, was planted after the trial began, and cuts off Freeman's case by acknowledging the hammer as Lisa's and the blood as Bondurant's. Hayley and Mickey's team surprise him for his birthday, along with the arrival of his dramatic mother Elena, an actress. He is visited by Jeff Trammell, now willing to testify for money, and sends him away. A disgruntled neighbor testifies about Lisa's violent fights with Jeff, but Mickey reveals that the neighbor lost out on a million-dollar deal due to Lisa's refusal to sell her property to Bondurant. Mickey also introduces video proving Bondurant was the aggressor in the photo taken by Kim, whom Lisa's employee René seems to recognize. Lorna helps Izzy prove she was discriminated against, securing her new studio. Freemann calls on Henry, who provides an interview with Lisa proving she knew where Bondurant parked his car, the scene of his murder. Out of options, Mickey calls Lisa to the stand.
199"The Fifth Witness"Ted HumphreyKaty ErinAugust 3, 2023 (2023-08-03)
Lisa does well under Mickey's questioning, but Freemann provokes her into an ugly outburst about Jeff. René is called as a character witness, but Freemann confronts him with his past angry social media posts about Lisa. Freemann also casts doubt when Dr. Arslanian, Mickey's forensics expert, uses a mannequin to demonstrate the improbability of Lisa killing the much taller Bondurant. Mickey comforts his mother after she is dropped by her agent, finally inviting her to watch him in court. Lorna presents Mickey's secret strategy to Legal Siegel for a law school assignment: Mickey puts Grant on the stand, painting him as a credible suspect and goading him into invoking his Fifth Amendment rights, preventing Freemann from cross-examining him. He then calls Cisco as a witness, revealing a van owned by Grant's business was outside Bondurant's building at the time of the murder. Vasquez warns Mickey he has displeased the FBI, and Freemann gives her closing statement. René explains that Kim visited Lisa's restaurant posing as a health inspector, giving him access to the hammer and gloves. Mickey realizes Kim was bribed by Grant and equally threatened by Bondurant, but Cisco learns Kim has gone missing.
2010"Bury Your Past"Ben Hernandez BrayTed Humphrey & Dailyn RodriguezAugust 3, 2023 (2023-08-03)
Mickey assumes Grant had Kim killed, but delivers a compelling closing argument that Lisa was framed, and she is acquitted. Elena leaves for a film shoot, and Cisco discovers that Kim's inspection mirror left the shard near Bondurant's body. Lorna and Cisco lose their wedding venue, Lisa and Mickey give in to their mutual attraction, and Mickey and Freemann settle their differences. Visiting Venice Beach with Hayley, Mickey realizes the truth about Jeff and confronts Lisa: the man he met was her former employee posing as her ex-husband. The real Jeff filed for divorce, jeopardizing Lisa's restaurant, so she killed him and buried him on her property, the reason she refused to sell to Bondurant. Mickey leaves, but Lorna has already called Griggs to investigate. Getting married at city hall, Cisco surprises Lorna with a reception at Izzy's studio, where Lorna reveals her suspicion that Lisa sent the men who attacked Mickey. Nearly hit by a car possibly sent by Grant, Mickey meets with Julian La Cosse, accused of killing Giselle Dallinger; he claims he is innocent and Giselle told him to call Mickey if he ever needed help. Mickey identifies Giselle's body, revealing the victim to be Gloria (Glory Days).

Season 3[edit]

The writers for the third season are Ted Humphrey & Dailyn Rodriguez, Gladys Rodriguez, Matthew J. Lieberman, and Lisa Quintela.[5]



In 2018, David E. Kelley wrote a spec script for a television series set up at Epix by A&E Studios. When the script failed to move forward, he decided to work on a different project with A&E, ultimately adapting The Lincoln Lawyer after sharing his interests in working on legal dramas. In June 2019, the project was given a series production commitment by CBS.[3] In February 2020, Ted Humphrey came aboard as showrunner and Kiele Sanchez joined the cast as Lorna,[6] with Angus Sampson and Jazz Raycole joining a few weeks later as Cisco and Izzy, respectively.[7][8] In May 2020, it was reported that the series would not be going forward at CBS due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.[9]

At the time of the decision, which CBS Entertainment President Kelly Kahl called a "tough call", two scripts for the series had been written, with two more in development, and Logan Marshall-Green had been in negotiations to star as main character Mickey Haller.[9][10] On January 11, 2021, Netflix picked up the series with a 10-episode order, down from the original 13-episode plan,[9] and announced that Manuel Garcia-Rulfo would star as Haller.[11][12] In February 2021, Neve Campbell and Becki Newton joined the cast, with Raycole and Sampson returning to the series.[13][14] Christopher Gorham was cast in March.[15] In April, Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine was cast in a role created specifically for the series,[16] with LisaGay Hamilton,[17] Jamie McShane, and Reggie Lee joining the cast in recurring roles.[18] Krista Warner was cast in May.[19]

On June 14, 2022, Netflix renewed the series for a second season, which will be based on The Fifth Witness.[20] On August 30, 2023, Netflix renewed the series for a third season, which will be based on The Gods of Guilt.[21]


The Lincoln Lawyer began filming in Los Angeles on March 30, 2021.[22][23] That same day, author Michael Connelly revealed on social media that the COVID-19 pandemic had previously delayed principal photography for around a year.[24] On June 8, 2021, Connelly said in an interview that six out of the ten episodes had been filmed, of which three of them had been edited completely, while also confirming that characters in the Amazon Prime Video series Bosch, including Haller's half-brother Harry Bosch (portrayed by Titus Welliver), would not be making appearances as both shows are from different networks.[25] Filming concluded on August 3, 2021.[26] Notable filming locations included Admiralty Way in Marina del Rey,[27] Spring Street in Downtown Los Angeles,[28] Grand Avenue,[29] the Wilshire Ebell Theatre,[30] and Wilshire Boulevard.[31]

Filming on season 2 was due to begin on October 31, 2022 and run through March 2023.[32] Filming locations for season 2 included the Paseo Club in Valencia, The Cowboy Palace Saloon in Chatsworth, Sixth Street Bridge, and the Los Angeles Equestrian Center.[33]

Filming on season three began on January 18, 2024.[4]


In August 2021, A+E Studios subsidiary Frankl & Bob Films II, LLC filed a lawsuit against ViacomCBS for "millions of dollars" in losses after it decided to not move forward with the series the previous year.[34] Citing the company's creation on December 4, 2019, the documents state that "after the merger, ViacomCBS's new leadership, led by [George Cheeks] had second-guessed CBS Network's decision to enter into the 13-episode series commitment," and that after finding it "was not valuable to ViacomCBS ... Mr. Cheeks and his fellow ViacomCBS executives decided that it would be better for ViacomCBS as a whole if CBS Network breached that commitment."[34] The documents also claim that ViacomCBS rejected the series because the first episode had not been filmed and said "that breach ensured that the series would never make it onto broadcast television."[34]


Television series poster

The first season premiered on Netflix on May 13, 2022.[35]


Audience viewership[edit]

By its first three days of release, the series finished #2 on Netflix's weekly ratings. In its first full week of streaming, it was the platform's most-watched English-language series globally, with over 108 million viewing hours, more than three times the second-place show.[36] Between May 8 and June 5, 2022 the series was watched 260.53 million hours globally.[37]

Critical response[edit]

For season 1, On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, 79% of 33 critics' reviews are positive, with an average rating of 6.50/10. The website's consensus reads: "David E. Kelley's adaptation of The Lincoln Lawyer relies too much on quirk to paper over its lack of true novelty, but this is a reliable enough vehicle for fans of legal pulp."[38] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 62 out of 100 based on 16 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[39]

For season 2, On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, 91% of 11 critics' reviews are positive, with an average rating of 5.8/10.[40] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 59 out of 100 based on 5 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[41]

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