Camille Paris is a liberal-minded Los Angeles deputy district attorney. Her professional world is turned upside down when a conservative African-American district attorney is elected and ... See full summary »
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 Chief Dep. Dist. Atty. Camille Paris 18 episodes, 2002-2003
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 Michael Olivas 17 episodes, 2002-2003
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 Anita Lopez 16 episodes, 2002
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 Scott Wilson 12 episodes, 2002-2003
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 Thomas Gibson 11 episodes, 2002-2003
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 Mason Knight 9 episodes, 2002-2003
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Camille Paris is a liberal-minded Los Angeles deputy district attorney. Her professional world is turned upside down when a conservative African-American district attorney is elected and becomes her new boss. Written by kechara420

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[Camille has been roped into chaperoning her nephew's dance.]
Zach: I'll sue you if you come.
Camille: You can't sue me, I'm your aunt.
Camille: Well... you probably wouldn't win.
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Somethin' To Say
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Written by Kara DioGuardi and Cedric Solomon
Performed by Kara DioGuardi
Her Muse Music Inc (BMI)
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Interesting points
28 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

I feel that "For The People" goes into depth with the issues...well, as far as a television show can go. "Law & Order" is fine, but this show gets more into the emotions that go into defending the law. Camille doesn't agree with the death penalty, but she has to do what's right for the people (hints the name of the show).

Personally, I feel it's great for high schoolers planning to become lawyers. I plan on becoming a lawyer if I don't make a career out of acting and singing. I think that this show is a good way for me to learn about how certain cases can be handled. People could say that the way this "office" operates is not how a real law office would work, but that's not necessarily true. One of my best friends' dad is a lawyer, and the office is exactly the same way.

I guess all I'm trying to say is that everyone has an opinion, and that's a good thing, but watch the show for yourself, then make your opinion on it.


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