Bull (2016) season 6←Bull (2016) season 5
Jason Bull, PhD in Psychology and owner of a legal advisory firm. The jury, and the judge, are also human, which means they have human emotions and commitment. Consequently, the defense of the accused can be carried out in such a way as to either whitewash him, or so that the punishment is the minimum possible. But a person lives not only by work, personal affairs and experiences also very much affect both the quality and the speed of work, and since a person is significant and influential, acquaintances also play an important role in work. The hero is trying to arrange his personal life, he is still a man, not a robot. He helps his employees, sometimes listening to their advice, because they all went through a good school of life, worked in serious, sometimes even life-threatening jobs, and are professionals in their field.
Bull (2016) season 6 episodes list:
Bull and the TAC team must call upon all their collective experience to locate Bull's kidnapped daughter, and the abductor warns them not to go to the police. As Bull works to build the most important psych profile of his life, he begins to suspect the captor is someone connected to his past.
TAC's defense strategy for a client on trial for going public with classified governments under the Espionage Act is compromised when Bull experiences emotional turmoil following his daughter's kidnapping. As Bull grows increasingly agitated, the team faces a difficult time in court when federal law leaves them unable to tell jurors their client's motive for leaking the sensitive information.
Bull contends with a biased jury pool when TAC represents a man charged with his high school girlfriend's murder after a docuseries depicts him as the prime suspect in the decades-old homicide.
Bull faces uncertainty in court, when TAC handles a class action suit against a vaping company selling malfunctioning devices, and the trial outcome hinges on just one juror. Also, Marissa takes the initiative when Bull ignores TAC's growing financial difficulties.
The TAC team asks Bull to step aside, when they fear his recent issues could negatively affect their defense of a business mogul accused of being mentally unfit to lead his company.
Bull and the TAC team are under pressure when they have just two days to prepare a defense for a midwife accused of practicing without a license. With time running out, the team tries to convince the private religious community of women their client helps to serve as character witnesses.
Bull's legal troubles go from professional to personal when new evidence in his bribery trial implicates his wife, Izzy. Also, the TAC team's efforts to assist Bull in court are thwarted by his attorney, who fears they will cross a legal line to help their boss.
Bull needs a Christmas miracle when he takes on a sports agency's young assistant charged with providing a star client lethal drugs.
Bull helps a grieving mother sue the developers of a computer program that misidentified her son as a criminal, leading him to be fatally shot by the police. Also, Bull and Marissa clash when she considers a job offer from a rival company.
Bull and Chunk aim to prove that their client, a woman on trial for murder, committed the crime due to a lack of behavioral control caused by a brain tumor. Also, Taylor's professional and personal worlds come crashing down when she's suspected by the FBI for cybercrimes, and her ex-husband blindsides her regarding their son.
Episode #11 2022-01-20 Family Matters
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