The Dead Zone (2002–2007)
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Unreasonable Doubt 

When Johnny is called to serve jury duty, he uses his powers to uncover the real truth about a murder case.

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Johnny Smith
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Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)
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Sheriff Walt Bannerman (credit only)
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Bruce Lewis
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Ben Cartwright
Esme Lambert ...
Agatha Christie / Mrs. MacArthur
Patricia Mayen-Salazar ...
Brassy
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Carl Winters
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Apu, Convenice Store Clerk
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Emily - Female Witness (as Kirsten Williamson)
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Fan Man
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Feather
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Goth Guy
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Kid #1
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When Johnny is called to serve jury duty, he uses his powers to uncover the real truth about a murder case.

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The police reports and witness affidavit that Johnny Smith touches to discover the inconsistency with the witness's testimony about the number of cars in the parking lots are hearsay, and would not have been admitted as evidence for the jury to examine. See more »

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Remake of Studio One in Hollywood: Twelve Angry Men (1954) See more »

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12 Angry Men Redux
31 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

Enjoyable outing even though not based on the original Stephen King novel. This is strictly a side trip invented by the series writers, but worth watching nonetheless, even though it is a little predictable. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could be certain of every verdict in every case?

The question here is whether our defendant is guilty or innocent. In spite of the seal hanging in the courtroom hall, justice isn't blind, and everyone in the jury room has a past they cannot leave outside. John Smith is still exploring the scope of his gift/curse, but the other jurors also have to examine their preconceptions and prejudices. A few stretches for the plot, but otherwise a solid entry in an intriguing series.


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