I was wodnering about the end of this. Why would double jeopardy or privilege apply in this case? The case wasn't dismissed with prejudice, or at all. There was no verdict. The DA just withdrew the charges. Since the trial wasn't seen to completion, I wouldn't think this would be double jeopardy. Also, Eleanor and Jaime had recused themselves as his lawyers. They were not his counsel when he confessed. And even if they were, they can't subborn perjury, so they would still be able to report what he told them to the judge. Hopefully this will be addressed next time and it won't be a big mess of legal plotholes like last season.