While Robert is helping Rich and Pan out on the range, Corporal Stewart takes him into custody for extradition proceedings to Beaumont County, Arkansas to face his outstanding murder charges. Being taken into custody, Robert has given up hope as he knows that if he is extradited, he will be convicted or lynched solely because he's black in the racially charged south. As the Georges have no money to hire a lawyer, Rich hires the only person who even remotely offers and who they can afford: Ira Walsh, a drunkard who also happens to be a lawyer. Walsh apparently was a good lawyer before he hit the bottle. He will have to prove his mettle against the Beaumont County, Arkansas prosecuting attorney, Chance La Follette, who has more than the public good on his mind. A combination of finding out who tipped off the authorities as to Robert's whereabouts and finding out a little more about La Follette may assist Walsh in the case if he is sober enough. But a personal mission may be harder to ...