Jennifer Walters returns to the courtroom, Jen moves that the charges against her client Lou Monkton be dismissed in lieu of the confession that the She-Hulk got from the three thugs who tried to kill Jen Walters. Assistant District Attorney "Buck" Bukowski objects, pointing out, correctly, that the confessions were made under duress. The judge agrees and the trial will go on as scheduled, without bail for Monkton.
Buck needles Jen outside of court, comparing their legal maneuvers to a football game. "Bukowski 7 Walters 0...in the first quarter!" Jennifer is more than a little annoyed at Buck's arrogance and chauvinism, and her mood isn't helped where her back injury (from the gunshot) is aggravated again.
Jill picks up Jennifer in her car. Jen quickly takes some tranquilizers to ease the pain, and perhaps prevent another transformation into the She-Hulk. Jill thinks she should go back to the hospital, but Jen tells her to drive to the jailhouse. She thinks that if the She-Hulk's "stick" wouldn't work in court, perhaps a "carrot" would do a better job. Jennifer offers to drop charges against the thugs who tried to kill her if they agree to turn state's evidence against their boss, gangster Nick Trask. Two of the hoods eagerly agree, but the third refuses, saying Trask will find a way to kill them all.
Later, the stilled injured Jennifer transforms into SHE-HULK to save her friend Jill in an epic scene of courage. Seeing Jill who is driving her runaway car that has lost it's brakes due to tampering by Trask's men. Unfortunately, just as She-Hulk is in position to save her friend Jill, assistant DA Dennis Buck Bukowski, who believes it is Jennifer behind the wheel gets in the way of She-Hulk and Jen's car meets it's demise, bursting into flames and killing her friend Jill.
A melancholy and intro-perspective Jennifer, finishes the day in the courtroom, to exonerate her client.