JAG (1995–2005)
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JAG: San Diego 

While delivering relief supplies, a Marine hits a local man; he goes on trial; Mac prosecutes, and Greg and Tali defend. The annual JAG conference meets in San Diego. Mattie is in serious condition after an aircraft collision on the ground.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Walcutt ...
Corporal Caden Duran
Fonseca Godoy
Caleb Belkin


While a Marine unit delivers relief supplies to a Nicaraguan beach (by using a Navy air-cushion landing craft), a mob becomes unruly; while a corporal takes part in crowd control, he hits a local man with his M-16; the Marine faces a court-martial for involuntary homicide; Mac prosecutes, and Greg and Tali defend; the trial ends on a surprise note. The general decides to conduct the annual JAG conference in San Diego; he leaves Harm in charge. Harm receives word that Mattie has become involved in an aircraft collision on the ground in bad weather; he goes to her in a hospital; she remains in a coma; the outlook is uncertain and discouraging; her father goes off the wagon. Written by DocRushing

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11 March 2005 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


JAG: San Diego was meant to serve as a second spin off for JAG without David James Elliot. Instead, NCIS spun off NCIS: Los Angeles. See more »


When Vukovic and the others get into the convertible, all the windows are down. In the next shot, the back driver's window is up and then in the next shot, the window is back down. See more »


[after a row, Tali storms off]
Lt. Gregory Vukovic: Yeah, that's right. Run away like you always do!
Lt. Tali Mayfield: [comes back] You know, you don't just use people. You use people UP!
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A show about lawyers that knows nothing about lawyering
27 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

One of the worst things about JAG is how utterly insulting it is to the audience. In this episode, a Marine is tried for involuntary manslaughter after he struck a man in a big crowd with the butt of his rifle. If you were the defense, or even the prosecutor, what is one of the first pieces of evidence you would review? Obviously, you'd want to establish (if you were the prosecutor) that the trauma to the deceased's head is consistent with the Marine's rifle. Not only was that not done before the trial, the blood on the rifle was not even tested for a match with the deceased. (It ended up being the case that the deceased was killed by a large box hitting his head and the blood on the rifle belonging to someone else.) How can this show pretend to be a legitimate show about lawyers when both the prosecution and the defense should be brought up on charges of incompetence? It's just so incredibly stupid there's no wonder why this was the last season of this show.

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