I don't watch a lot of courtroom dramas so maybe this episode expected me to understand something I just didn't but I didn't quite understand what happened with the courtroom verdict. They were defending this guy and it seemed like they were doing quite well. I especially like the pretty on-the-nose comment about their defendant facing judgement outside the courtroom. It was all played up like they were going to win a not guilty verdict for their client.
I didn't get what Fisk's goal was then. We see the man in glasses have a very vague conversation with the mob boss about taking care of Healy without leaving another body. We see him recover the gun Healy tried to use in the bowling alley and know he did something to keep the killed mob guy's people quiet. He also blackmails two of the jurors and at the end of the episode we cut from a hung jury to Healy free.
So I really just don't understand what happened. Was the man in glasses/Fisk doing all this because otherwise Matt and Foggy would have lost the case? The episode seemed to be playing it up like they were doing well and it would be nice to see them as competent lawyers. And even if all that was the case and I just missed it, how do you go from a hung jury to Healy being free in the next shot? Isn't there just a retrial and that guy would still be in jail until an actual verdict was found?