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Tommy Mullaney (Character)
from "L.A. Law" (1986)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney

Filmography

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  1. "L.A. Law"
        - Finish Line (1994) TV episode, Played by John Spencer (as A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney)
        - Whistle Stop (1994) TV episode, Played by John Spencer (as A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney)
        - How Am I Driving? (1994) TV episode, Played by John Spencer (as A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney)
        - Tunnel of Love (1994) TV episode, Played by John Spencer (as A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney)
        - Dead Issue (1994) TV episode, Played by John Spencer (as A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney)
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Quotes:
From "L.A. Law: Odor in the Court (#7.9)" (1993)
Brian La Porte: My client can no longer possibly get a fair hearing. Mr. Holtz made inflammatory statement.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: Mr. Holtz has a right to free speech.
Brian La Porte: Move for a mistrial.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: What?
Judge Donald Phillips: Denied.
Brian La Porte: Mr. Holtz has maligned my client in the press daily. He seems intent on creating an atmosphere for a lynch mob. At a very least, I request a gag be impose.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: This is ridiculous. He's a non party.
Judge Donald Phillips: He's right, Mr. La Porte. I have no authority to impose a gag. The jury has been admonished to avoid press coverages of the trial.
Raymond Holtz: Your Honor, may I say something?
Judge Donald Phillips: No. You may listen. I can't prevent you from speaking to reporters. But I can damn well keep you from doing so inside this courthouse.
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