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Billy testifies at Noah's trial; he states that it was just an accident and that he holds no ill will towards Noah.

Billy testifies at Noah's trial; he states that it was just an accident and that he holds no ill will towards Noah.

Marisa worries about the outcome of Noah's trial and what will happen if the judge rules against him.  Noah says they have to have faith that things will turn out all right.

Marisa worries about the outcome of Noah's trial and what will happen if the judge rules against him. Noah says they have to have faith that things will turn out all right.

Marisa happily lets Noah know that Luca had signed the divorce papers!  They watch Summer arrive with Luca for the trial.  Marisa realizes and comments to Noah that Luca only signed the divorce papers to free himself to be able to 'marry into' the Newman family.  Noah laughs and tells her she's probably wrong,  as no one in their right mind would want to get involved with his family.

Marisa happily lets Noah know that Luca had signed the divorce papers! They watch Summer arrive with Luca for the trial. Marisa realizes and comments to Noah that Luca only signed the divorce papers to free himself to be able to 'marry into' the Newman family. Noah laughs and tells her she's probably wrong, as no one in their right mind would want to get involved with his family.

Upon seeing Nick leave with Sharon to attend the reading of the verdict at Noah's trial, Shawn comments to Sage, "You really are a close family....your 'ex's' aren't really 'ex', are they?" Sage starts to think about that.

Upon seeing Nick leave with Sharon to attend the reading of the verdict at Noah's trial, Shawn comments to Sage, "You really are a close family....your 'ex's' aren't really 'ex', are they?" Sage starts to think about that.

Leslie Michaelson (Angell Conwell), Noah's attorney, tells Nick that the trial could go either way.

Leslie Michaelson (Angell Conwell), Noah's attorney, tells Nick that the trial could go either way.

Victoria arrives at Noah's trial still reeling from her father's refusal to help and her mounting insecurity of doubting her ability to run Newman alone. She comments to Billy that she's 'far from all right.'

Victoria arrives at Noah's trial still reeling from her father's refusal to help and her mounting insecurity of doubting her ability to run Newman alone. She comments to Billy that she's 'far from all right.'

Nikki exclaims that Noah's case might not ever have to go to trial.....if we have faith!

Nikki exclaims that Noah's case might not ever have to go to trial.....if we have faith!

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