you might actually get away with this.
We need to talk to you.
I can't right now. Just...
Listen to what we have to say, or we sell you out.
Please be seated.
Mr. Ingram, were you able to access the GPS data
on Mr. Keating's cellphone?
Yes. From the laptop, to which he backed up his phone.
Were you able to pinpoint the location
of Mr. Keating's phone on the night of August 29th?
As you can see from the monitor here,
I outlined his path of travel in red,
along with the times he spent
at the various locations he visited that evening.
We begin with Mr. Keating here, in New Haven, at 7:02 p.m.,
then, if you follow the red line,
you can see how he traveled along I-95 south
and continuing all the way down to Philadelphia.
Now, if I zoom in, for greater detail,
now we're looking at his various points of travel
once here in Philadelphia.
We can see he arrived at a coffee shop here,
but he was only there for a few minutes
and then continued on
and was traveling along the southern border
of the Middleton University campus,
until finally coming to a stop at 3204 Spruce Road.
That's the address
of Kappa Kappa Theta Sorority House.
And what time was Mr. Keating there?
From 1:10 a.m. until 1:29 a.m.
The medical examiner places Miss Stangard's time of death
between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
Your Honor, the record shows that my client, Rebecca Sutter,
did not impregnate Miss Stangard,
nor did she take her to an abortion clinic
with hopes of terminating said pregnancy,
nor did she drive through three states
to spend 20 minutes on a rooftop
where Miss Stangard's body was found in a water tank.
And yet my client stands accused of murder.
To allow this trial to proceed
would be a gross miscarriage of justice.
Miss Sutter, how does it feel
to have the charges against you dropped?
- Give us some room. - What about Ms. Keating?
Does she intend to defend her husband
for the murder of Lila Stangard?
Is it true Sam was the father of Lila's unborn child?
Where is Ms. Keating? Can we speak to her?
Her husband was just named the prime suspect
in the Lila Stangard murder.
I think she deserves a little privacy at the moment.
So, you do know...
She's not like you or me.
You're defending the woman
who just sold out her husband to win a case?
I'm just saying she's not a person
like the rest of us are people.
What is she, then? An animal?
Not even an animal's that heartless.
It's not what we want to do, either, but we have to.
We have to turn ourselves in and put this on them.
We can go to the police tonight.
We just proved Sam's the murderer.
We're in the clear.
No, that only means that they're gonna be
more hell-bent on finding him.
The fact that he's a murderer helps us, Laurel.
They'll be more lenient with us if we turn ourselves in.
Laurel, we didn't do this.
It's my bridal boutique.
They want to confirm a dress fitting.
Look -- look, if Aiden doesn't want to marry you,
it just means there's someone better around the corner.
What's the matter?
Not in the mood to confess to murder?
What are they doing here?
Told you she knew.
But how could she know we were coming here right now?
I had to.
Frank came to me.
He knows everything, which means Annalise knows,
because you told her, right?
I'm not lying.
Connor and Michaela are gonna confess.
They're gonna confess
and pin it on you and Rebecca,
所以 拜托 跟我说实话
So, please, tell me the truth.
他们很害怕 变得猜疑 我不怪他们
They're scared and paranoid, and I don't blame them,
but they won't listen to me.
They'll -- they'll only listen to you.
I can't do this anymore.
I don't know how, but you have to tell them.
It doesn't matter how I know. I just know.
But I can give you a million reasons why
this plan won't go your way,
or you can just trust me.
Listen, you're scared.
And what you've been through --
there's nothing more horrible.
But, listen, I don't blame you.
If I did, I would have turned you in
the night that it happened.
Let me help you.
Let me help you.
Because if you do,
I promise you will get away with this.
Today's exam will be an analytical essay.
You will hear a fact pattern of a criminal case study
and determine the possible defenses,
affirmative and otherwise, for each individual involved.
The case is as follows.