Hawkins defends a woman who is accused of murdering her wealthy elderly husband, who was bedridden with an incurable disease. She admits to not giving him the medicine he needed, but refuses to discuss her motives. While many believe it was a mercy killing, an ambitious assistant district attorney is trying to prove she did it because of the two million dollars she would inherit. Written by
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The judge gives Hawkins a writ so he can take his client out of jail. The judge fills out the writ on blue paper and hands it to Hawkins, but the paper Hawkins has as he leaves the judge's chambers is yellow. See more
Billy Jim Hawkins
You know, I guess the sailboat is the ocean's answer to the horse.