Crossing Jordan: Season 2, Episode 9

Prisoner Exchange (9 Dec. 2002)

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Jordan tries to prove that a housewife murdered her husband; Macy's testimony frees a convicted child killer

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Jordan tries to prove that a housewife murdered her husband; Macy's testimony frees a convicted child killer

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Ludicrous
19 April 2015 | by (Perry, NY United States) – See all my reviews

Good god, so ludicrous - I understand the needs of plotting, but can't they spend any time making plot points seem the least bit realistic?

Court procedures, medical examiners running after criminals - okay, that's the problem with the whole show, though it's not as bad as CSI (forensics investigators with guns running around shooting people?), it's pretty egregious, and this is an example of the worst stretching of the limits.

It's hard to understand why Jordan would be so determined to pursue a woman who killed her abusive husband who had threatened her life and her family's lives if she left him, and harder to understand why the subject of battered-person syndrome did not come up with regard to that.


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