Diggstown season 2
This March series is entirely devoted to the problems of legal proceedings in the most democratic, according to their assurances, country of the world - the United States. It will be about one of the law offices of Diggstown and, in fact, about lawyers and lawyers working both for her and for the local prosecution authorities. The plot is still centered on thirty-year-old black Marcie Diggs, who loves her family, water surfing and work. As a corporate lawyer, she, meanwhile, does not disdain to take up the civil affairs of the “afflicted”, from which everyone else has turned away. Among the corrupt and greedy colleagues, she is like a ray of light in the realm of liars.
Diggstown season 2 episodes list:
Marcie invokes the anger of her community when she takes on the case of a dismissed police officer who kills a local woman during a high-speed chase through the streets of North Preston. Pam fights for a single mother charged with prostitution and fraud – but when the prosecution digs deeper into her client's affairs, things take an unexpected turn.
Marcie's patience is tested when an Indigenous girl accused of murder refuses a deal that will afford her a more lenient sentence. Iris butts heads with Reggie when he fails to notice a client being blatantly racist, and Pam has an unexpected scare.
Marcie's previous client Willie MacIsaac is charged with the murder of his ex-wife Gloria. Doug fights for a nurse accused of stealing from his elderly patient in a coma. Reggie is bamboozled into teaching a law class.
Marcie defends trans woman, Tanya Ianova, when she is charged in a seafood stealing scheme masterminded by her boss/lover, Lonnie Thibedeau; only to learn her efforts to clear Tanya’s name may lead to her deportation.
Marcie defends a hair salon owner who is charged in connection with the assault of a gang member. Colleen and Iris represent a couple with marital issues. A relationship with a former client puts Doug and Pam in the crosshairs of a misconduct complaint.
Marcie defends a woman charged with arson and hate crimes. Reggie mediates between Velma and Austin when they end up on opposite sides of a dispute. An altercation with a client's abusive boyfriend triggers Iris, threatening her future as a social worker.