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Judicial Consent (1994)

 -  Thriller  -  31 July 2000 (Sweden)
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Judge Gwen Warwick becomes involved in the murder trial she has been assigned. Her marriage is on the rocks and the murder victim is an old friend, who rumour has it, had an affair with her.

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Gwen Warwick
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Martin
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Alan Warwick
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D.A. Theresa Lewis
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Charles Mayron
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Judge Pollan
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Tony
Michael Greene ...
Lt. Kartes
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Trenton Clarkson
Sheila Hanahan ...
Stacy
Jerome Beacham ...
Officer at Martin's
William Boswell ...
Nate
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Priest (as Harry Edward Carlson)
Kathleen Conlon ...
Pollan's Secretary
Ora Ellis ...
Desk Cop
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Judge Gwen Warwick becomes involved in the murder trial she has been assigned. Her marriage is on the rocks and the murder victim is an old friend, who rumour has it, had an affair with her. Written by Rob Hartill

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There is passion in secrets, and power in disclosure.

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Judge Warwick declares a mistrial, when in fact she should have ordered a directed verdict; refutation of a witness's evidence isn't grounds for a mistrial. See more »

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Exciting movie, disappointing end.
20 March 2000 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

The movie starts with this Judge 'Gwen Warwick' having an affair, which sometimes looked more like 91/2 weeks (nice erotic scene's bytheway). Then it turned into a justice-law kind of movie when she had to be JUDGE in a case where she knew that the suspect was unguilty because every evidence she saw (e.g. her pants) were pointing towards herself. Then there was the big surprise about WHO was the real killer? Only the end could have been much better... nevertheless, a nice movie to watch on a saturday evening with your girlfriend (majoring in law?) on the couch.


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