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Adam Beaudreaux was a soldier in Vietnam, when he got wounded. He was fortunate that a young boy named Grady Jameson, whose parents were missionaries, found him and got him to help. Years later, Beaudreaux is now a cop, and he has also vowed to find Grady, whom he never saw again after that. Eventually he finds and he discovers that Grady's parents were killed and he spent most of his life trying to survive. He would become a martial arts expert. Beaudreaux gives him a job at the bar that he co-owns with Kelsey Malloy. Every now and then Adam has a case wherein he is unable to do anything to help the victim cause legal technicalities, so Grady steps in to help, doing things his way, which sometimes doesn't sit well with Beaudreaux. And someimtes Beaudreaux has to put his job on the line to help Grady when he goes too far. Eventually Adam meets a young gang leader, Miguel Mendez, who after being arrested, Adam takes responsibility for him and like Grady helps Beaudreaux now and then, ... Written by
This show was one of my guilty pleasures in the early 90s. Half-Drama, half-action, it always had a little something for everyone. Decent dialogue, interesting story lines, and good fight choreography (one of the episodes even had Billy Blanks fighting Bryan Genessee in the final scene).
Overall, the actors seemed to have decent on-screen chemistry (the romantic tension between Malloy and Beaudreaux, the Paternal-turned-fraternal relationship with Grady and Beaudreaux) and references to Grady's checkered past added some depth to the show.
Fast and stylish (at least by early 90s standards), Street Justice is a little like "Walker, Texas Ranger" if it had been aired on the WB(though this was long before the WB came out). Worth seeing if you could find it somewhere.
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