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Filmography by type for
Judge Donald Tytell (Character)
from "L.A. Law" (1986)

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Alternate Names:
Supreme Court Judge Donald Tytell


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  1. "L.A. Law"
        - Since I Fell for You (1991) TV episode, Played by Mort Sertner
        - Ex-Wives and Videotape (1990) TV episode, Played by Mort Sertner (as Supreme Court Judge Donald Tytell)
        - Dummy Dearest (1988) TV episode, Played by Mort Sertner

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From "L.A. Law: Dummy Dearest (#3.6)" (1988)
Elliott Oppenheim: As the evidence clearly has established, Michael Kuzak violated Disciplinary Rule 3101 in aiding the unauthorized practice of law.
Victor Sifuentes: If the Committee, please... In order to assess Mr. Kuzak's ethical conduct, I believe it first necessary to appreciate the circumstances under which it occurred.
Judge Donald Tytell: In other words, you got an excuse.
Victor Sifuentes: The discovery that Richard Mathers was unlicensed to practice law came more than halfway through the trial.
Ralph DeSuvio: The issue here is that the court didn't learn of it until after the verdict and then from only Mr. Mathers himself.
Victor Sifuentes: If you could just stand back from the code for one moment, I think that you'll see that the only motivation here was a fair settlement.
Judge Constance Gregg: [Judge Gregg takes off her classes] We don't stand back from the code, Mr. Sifuentes. We enforce it.
Victor Sifuentes: I understand that, ma'am.
Judge Constance Gregg: Furthermore, this isn't some nitpicking technical violation we're talking about.
[Judge Gregg looking up this file]
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