Fresh from successfully defending a Texas billionaire, Gabriela Sanchez wants to avoid the media spotlight. Then she is asked to represent Gina
Rossi, a determined, driven, cold-as-ice lawyer who refuses to testify in a grand jury bribery investigation of her client and the former Texas governor.
Defending a client against the Department of Justice is at best a daunting task, but Gina Rossi makes it even more difficult when she is unwilling to
listen to Gabriela's legal advice and refuses to tell her all of the important facts.
Rossi claims she cannot testify because of the lawyer-client privilege and she asserts the government will charge her with perjury if she doesn't tell
the story they want to hear.
Why is Gina willing to go to jail, risk her career and take on the Department of Justice? Gabriela believes Gina knows something that she needs to keep secret. How far is Gina willing to go to keep what she knows secret?