Judge Robert Hemmings is a minor character on How to Get Away with Murder.


Season 1Edit

Judge suggesting that the prosecutor drop the case. ("Mama's Here Now")

At court, the prosecutor Amanda Winthrop gives her opening statement first and Jolene's attorney Bonnie follows. The prosecution calls their first witness to the stand, Annabelle Grimes, a doctor who examined Chad after the sexual encounter and found bruises on his testicles. Bonnie then asks the witness whether the pills that Chad was on could have caused the bruises to which the doctor agrees. The next witness claims to have seen the abuse personally, however, Bonnie manages to get his testimony thrown out after bringing up the fact that he suffers from memory loss. The prosecutor then brought Mr. Fowler to the stand where he testified to having found a questionable website on Jolene's search history where its users talk about their illegal sexual encounters. He then reads out Jolene's entry to which it describes her sexual encounter with Chad. After finding additional evidence, Bonnie puts Chad on the stand and questions why he hasn't told the court that he's gay. The judge finds her questioning unusual and tells the jury to disregard Chad's statement. After accepting a plea deal from the prosecutor, Bonnie tricks the hospital's lawyer, David Tucker into an indirect confession as she proves that Chad and the lawyer are colluding which subsequently pressures the prosecutor to dismiss the case against Jolene. ("Mama's Here Now")


Season 1
"Pilot" "It's All Her Fault" "Smile, or Go to Jail" "Let's Get to Scooping" "We're Not Friends"
"Freakin' Whack-a-Mole" "He Deserved to Die" "He Has a Wife" "Kill Me, Kill Me, Kill Me" "Hello Raskolnikov"
"Best Christmas Ever" "She's a Murderer" "Mama's Here Now" "The Night Lila Died" "It's All My Fault"


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