"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.

"I Love You, You're Perfect, I Think"

On All Rise Season 1 Episode 17, Lola faces an excruciating dilemma concerning exposing an ethical breach, that could end her mentor's career.

Out of Control - All Rise
"My Fair Lockdown"

On All Rise Season 1 Episode 16, Lola presides over the trial of Emily's client who rejects the rule of law and seizes control of the courtroom.

"Prelude to a Fish"

On All Rise Season 1 Episode 15, as Benner prepares to run for Attorney General, she asks Lola to help search for anything that could compromise her campaign.

Lola's Mom - All Rise
"Bye Bye Bernie"

On All Rise Season 1 Episode 14, when Lola's mother makes a statement about her daughter in a newspaper, Lola must contend with her mother and her colleagues.

"What the Bailiff Saw"

On All Rise Season 1 Episode 13, Lola travels to D.C. to help her husband, Robin, land an important job at the FBI and Mark and Amy's relationship heats up.

"What The Constitution Greens to Me"

On All Rise Season 1 Episode 12, when Benner assigns Lola a politically charged eco-terrorism trial, Lola realizes she must trust her instincts.

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.