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Swift Justice (SJ) is an enjoyable and entertaining show. If you like action and drama, especially with cop type shows, then give this a watch. SJ had James Mccaffrey as the lead role of a former cop helping the helpless (clichéd idea i know, but still done particularly well with style). He played the role amazingly well. If he didn't i would not have stayed around to watch it.
It's just a shame that this show did not run longer than one season because James Mccaffrey is a good and talented lead actor who hasn't had the chance since SJ to shine as a lead actor.
James Mccaffrey's current work includes starring as a dead fireman in 'Rescue Me' and its a shame that in that Show James Mccaffrey is limited in terms of screen time.
Anyway, Gary Dourdan also starred in SJ, acting as James's Mcaffrey's former cop partner. He played his role excellently, as he does now (in 2005 on wards) in CSI. Plots of SJ were written well enough and always involved James Mcaffrey using his high tech vehicles, weaponry and martial arts.
Catch the reruns if you can, its worth watching.
I give it a 3/5.
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