Boston Legal: Season 1, Episode 16

Let Sales Ring (13 Mar. 2005)

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Milton Bombay needs Denny and Shirley to help him being frozen so he can continue his legacy as a great lawyer in the future. Alan and Chelina help a high school student who accuses his ... See full summary »

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Milton Bombay needs Denny and Shirley to help him being frozen so he can continue his legacy as a great lawyer in the future. Alan and Chelina help a high school student who accuses his teacher of censorship when he blocks out a news station on the school's television. Written by bd

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Chi McBride appears in his role as Steven Harper, the same character that he played in Boston Public (2000). See more »

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Paul says that the right to privacy is in the Constitution. Court rulings have affirmed that the right to privacy is strongly implied by other Constitutional rights, but the right to privacy is not explicitly listed in the Constitution. See more »

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