On All Rise Season 2 Episode 6, Lola learns the jury was going to deliver a "not guilty" verdict in a case in which she pressured a defendant to take a plea deal.

"The Perils of the Plea"

On All Rise Season 2 Episode 5, as holidays arrive, Lola begins her first jury trial in the COVID era, and Mark digs deeper into his case against a police officer.

"Bad Beat"

On All Rise Season 2 Episode 4, when Lola's husband, Robin, shows up in her courtroom in his official FBI capacity, Benner insists that Lola recuse herself.

"Sliding Floors"

On All Rise Season 2 Episode 3, presiding over Luke's cases forces Lola to acknowledge her own implicit biases and brings her into conflict with Judge Benner.

"Keep Ya Head Up"

On All Rise Season 2 Episode 2, Lola may be asked to recuse herself from a case after the video of her detainment is leaked and Jesse's trial gets complicated.

"A Change Is Gonna Come"

On All Rise Season 2 Episode 1, Lola and Mark try to rebuild their friendship after Mark witnessed Lola being detained during a protest while defending a teen girl.

"Dancing at Los Angeles"

On All Rise Season 1 Episode 21, as Los Angeles is under a mandatory shelter-in-place order Judge Carmichael is to preside over a virtual bench trial.

"Merrily We Ride Along"

On All Rise Season 1 Episode 20, Mark finds himself in an uncomfortable position after he agrees to do a police ride-along, and Lola is faced with her own crisis.

"In the Fights"

On All Rise Season 1 Episode 19, Lola struggles with supporting Robin's distant job offer and causes a rift with Mark when she reprimands Amy for grandstanding.

"The Tale of Three Arraignments"

On All Rise Season 1 Episode 18, Lola and Mark find themselves in trouble for pushing their bosses too hard in their pursuit of justice and fair play.

All Rise Quotes

Sherri: Your honor?
Lola: This is a big moment for me. I just want to be present for it.

Mark: Your honor? Your Honor? Lola? I know you're up here. Why does it always have to be the top floor?
Lola: Because I don't want anyone to find me.
Mark: I told you to be sphinx-like.
Lola: I can't talk about my case.
Mark: It's okay. Lots of other people are.
Lola: Thanks a lot.
Mark: The sphinx has survived for 4500 years by silently staring down the enemy and then asking the right questions.
Lola: She wasn't dealing with LAPD and... I can't talk about it. It's just that... up on that bench, in this thing, everything is different. And that detective, I need to make a difference, but I can't tell if this is the battle, or this is the war.
Mark: What can I do?
Lola: Visit me at traffic court in Palmdale.
Mark: Never gonna happen.