Repeatedly sought to make a plea bargain for his client, as he feared the co-defendants might turn on her, but was rejected by Assistant District AttorneyCasey Novak. However, Novak eventually realized that she would need O'Malley's testimony to convict her cohorts, and eventually offered a small deal. It should be noted that even he noticed the excessive nature of O'Malley, and described her as "Off her nut." O'Malley was later convicted for murder and kidnapping.
Retained by Paddy Kendall for his civil suit against DetectiveElliot Stabler and ADACasey Novak; Granger claimed that Stabler and Novak violated his client's civil and constitutional rights (Paddy had kidnapped his son from his mother; Stabler and Novak had contacted ACS to remove the child to prevent Paddy from gaining permanent custody). The suit was dropped after Novak made a deal with Granger that would reduce Paddy's kidnapping charge to custodial interference (Novak had been bluffing with "incriminating" evidence, making Granger and Kendall believe that a kidnapping conviction would be a sure thing).
Lost the case. Keppler was convicted for four counts of fourth-degree sexual abuse of a minor, and then made a bold move of suing the Special Victims Unit for failing to arrest Keppler immediately after his behavior was first reported. The suit was thrown out after Keppler was killed by one of his former victims.
Defended Lynwood against murder charges despite a potential conflict of interest (Lynwood had killed his former client). Earned a threat of disbarment from JudgeBarry Moredock for putting the clearly incompetent Lynwood on the stand in order to upset him for the sake of an insanity defense.
Initially defended Butler on charges of deliberately spreading HIV without telling his partners. Before trials officially began, Butler was severly injured and burned from hydrochloric acid in retaliation by Rebecca Ellison, one of his partners who had been infected with his strain of HIV. Granger in turn filed suit against the NYPD and the District Attorney's Office for failing to protect his client and had charges of assault brought against Ellison.
After Butler's grandfather died during Ellison's trial, Butler had a change of heart and dropped his case against her; additionally, he pled guilty to all of his initial charges. The results of the suit are never revealed, though it is presumed to have been dropped when Butler pled guilty.