Judd for the Defense (1967–1969)
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Judd defends an alcoholic woman who has been charged with hit-and-run even though she has not had a drink in years. It is soon obvious the evidence against her is flimsy, but the judge in ... See full summary »

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(creator), (as Charles A. McDaniel)

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Helen Wister
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D.A. Harry Reed
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Judge John Lockhart
Jim Boles ...
Leverett Motley
Fred Sadoff ...
Prof. Morton Stone
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Midi Brown
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Richard Foley (as Walter Matthews)
Ernie Brown ...
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Dennis McCarthy ...
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Louise Lockhart
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Judd defends an alcoholic woman who has been charged with hit-and-run even though she has not had a drink in years. It is soon obvious the evidence against her is flimsy, but the judge in the case denies every motion Judd tries to prove this. Judd soon decides to show that the judge is biased due to his own unsuccessful battle against alcohol. Written by rbecker28

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Crime | Drama

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6 December 1968 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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