Throughout the show Better Call Saul, Jimmy (otherwise known as Saul Goodman) finds himself in shifty situations where his actions are in the grey area between good and bad. For centuries, people have debated on the definitions of good and bad with the intention of reconciling the in between. For the purposes of this article, I will be using the idea of good and bad intentions to analyze whether Jimmy from the show Better Call Saul is truly good or truly evil in the trial story line of season 3. Please note that there are spoilers in this article from season 3 of Better Call Saul.
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