Mindy became a part of the case when it was proven that the fingerprints she had left on Richard Martinson's silver watch matched the ones on the gun that was used as the murder weapon. She said that Richard often showed her his guns and watches collections, so it made sense for her prints to be on those objects. However, she said that her husband, Matthew Morel, was stressed because of his job as they were cheating on people.
Finally, it was proven that Mindy was the real killer in the case. She told Judge Gonzalez that she was doing a favor to all of Townville's citizens, as there was now one less corrupt person in the city. She was sentenced to life imprisonment with no chance for parole for her first-degree murder.