It wasn't the worst episode I've seen (in fact, its the only one I haven't fallen asleep to the past three episodes), but why do they always have to make court scenes so unbelievable? Not just in this show, obviously, but it does happen a lot here.
As if the judge only had the option of either forcing Frost to take the cure or accept her silly "lifetime without parole" idea. Because fictional judges don't have judicial discretion, or penalty guidelines that can frame their decision-making.
Oy. Thus endeth the Frost saga; not with a bang, but with a whimper.
At least they actual