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Chris Docknovich (Character)
from "Murder One" (1995)

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  1. "Murder One"
        - Chapter Seventeen, Year Two (1997) TV episode, Played by Michael Hayden
        - Chapter Sixteen, Year Two (1997) TV episode, Played by Michael Hayden
        - Chapter Thirteen, Year Two (1997) TV episode, Played by Michael Hayden
        - Chapter Fourteen, Year Two (1997) TV episode, Played by Michael Hayden
        - Chapter Twelve, Year Two (1997) TV episode, Played by Michael Hayden
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  2. "Murder One: Diary of a Serial Killer" (1997) TV series Played by Michael Hayden

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From "Murder One: Chapter Seven (#1.7)" (1995)
[Ted and Chris Docknovich are in Miriam Grasso's office watching a news report about how the defense will sleep better now that Miriam has quit from prosecuting the case]
Miriam Grasso: How'bout it Ted? Getting any more sleep these days?
Theodore Hoffman: I feel like I've been watching a production of waiting for Godot. It's fascinating, but what does it mean?
Miriam Grasso: It means that the leak about Lester's nurse came from Garfield. I cornered him in his office. Told him I didn't appreciate him going around me to the press. And then after a brief stab at a denial, he admitted it. And one thing led to another and I quit.
Theodore Hoffman: Do you think that's wise?
Miriam Grasso: I'm not getting rich in this job Teddy. All I have is my reputation. I think your client's guilty as hell. But I don't like to feel like somebody's puppet. Especially when it's Roger Garfield's hand that's up my dress.
Miriam Grasso: [Directed to Chris Docknovich] Excuse my language young man.
Theodore Hoffman: Who's replacing you?
Miriam Grasso: It's up to Roger.
Theodore Hoffman: Well, speaking personally Miriam, I'm gonna miss you.
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