How the Man With the Tattoo Watching Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo) Sets Up ‘The Lincoln Lawyer’ Season 2? Here’s What We Know

How the Man With the Tattoo Watching Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo) Sets Up ‘The Lincoln Lawyer’ Season 2? Here’s What We Know

The Lincoln Lawyer, Netflix’s adaptation of Michael Connelly’s novel series, aired ten episodes based on The Brass Verdict. There are numerous more volumes in the series. So there is enough material to work with without having to worry about the relationship between The Lincoln Lawyer and Bosch. And now that a season 2 of Lincoln Lawyer is green-lit by Netflix. How will it be set up?

Let us find out.

What to expect from Lincoln Lawyer season 2

A man with a tattoo is watching Mickey Haller surf in the closing images of Netflix’s The Lincoln Lawyer season 1, and the books may disclose his identity. The Brass Verdict serves as the main inspiration for Season 1 of The Lincoln Lawyer. It does, however, steal some narrative elements from The Lincoln Lawyer book 1. And it appears that the Netflix version may go deeper into this in a possible season 2.

While the main narrative of Season 1 of The Lincoln Lawyer is around Mickey Haller’s defense of video game CEO Trevor Elliot, the background plots are as important.

Mickey Haller seeks down Gloria Dayton. Gloria is a critical witness who vanished during Jesus Menendez’s murder trial for Martha Renteria’s murder. Menendez, who Haller knew was innocent, was sentenced to life in prison after Dayton vanished.

When Dayton testifies during an appeal, she describes seeing the killer and knows he is a guy with a tattoo on his arm, which helps to release Menedez.

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While the Jesus Menedez case is based on the first book. The Netflix version never reveals who the man with the tattoo who murdered Martha Renteria is. While Roulet believes he was set up. Haller finds that he attacked Campo and was also responsible for Martha Renteria’s death two years prior.

However, he is under attorney-client confidentiality. And it stops him from immediately disclosing the truth and assisting in the release of Jesus Menendez.

Who is the man with the tattoo?

With the Martha Renteria case still open in the Netflix adaptation, it’s safe to assume that the man is Louis Ross Roulet or a variation of that character with a different name from the novels. The sight of Louis Roulet viewing Mickey Haller surf is more than simply a cliffhanger ending. It’s a big setup for how The Lincoln Lawyer may continue in season 2.

Roulet had been studying Mickey for over two years and recruited him, particularly because he had been the counsel for Jesus Menendez, according to Michael Connelly’s The Lincoln Lawyer.

It will be interesting to see how they will pick up the story on season 2 of Lincoln Lawyer.

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