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How to Murder Your Lawyer 

Arnold Baskin, Steve's timid evening law course professor, is suddenly the target of a hit and run. It's prevented by his law firm assistant and most zealous student Agnes Benedetto. At the... See full summary »

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Dr. Mark Sloan
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Dr. Jack Stewart
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Amanda Bentley-Livingston
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Norman Briggs
Delores Hall ...
Nurse Delores Mitchell
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Steve Sloan
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Arnold Baskin
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Agnes Benedetto
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Wallace Carstairs
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Kenny
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Stuart Tyler
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Union Boss
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Nurse Janet Grimaldi
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Jeffrey T. Canfield
Sue Bugden ...
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Arnold Baskin, Steve's timid evening law course professor, is suddenly the target of a hit and run. It's prevented by his law firm assistant and most zealous student Agnes Benedetto. At the firm, the commercially vital Orinsky case file Baskin is working on repeatedly disappears and reemerges, making senior partners Wallace Carstairs and Jeffrey T. Canfield warn him that his job is on the line. Steve assures Arnold's protection and investigates, helped by Jack, who once more has painful run-ins, landing him in the emergency room, and ultimately coached to the solution by Mark. Written by KGF Vissers

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24 February 1995 (USA)  »

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Mitchell Whitfield has appeared twice in Diagnosis Murder, first in Season 1 as Eddie Clark the magician, and here as Arnold Baskin. See more »

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Agnes picks up Arnold at the hospital and drives him home. Most people would have wanted to be driven to the school so they could pick up their car. See more »

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