Judging Amy (1999–2005)
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You Don't Know Me 

Amy has a case concerning a girl with epilepsy with the parents disagreeing about treatment. Vincent and Crystal help a Fanny, a street kid. Maxine involves herself in an assault case with families of different social classes.

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Amy Gray
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Bruce Van Exel
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Vincent Gray
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Gillian Gray (credit only)
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Peter Gray (credit only)
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Lauren Cassidy
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Donna Kozlowski (credit only)
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Sean Potter
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Maxine Gray
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Rob Holbrook
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Michael Barrett
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George St. Clair
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Colin Salinger
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Headmaster Clayton Ford
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Athletic scholarship prep kid Diego was abused into hospital, may be unable to use his arm. Maxine suspects his father 'again', but when she learns it were jealous prep kids, gets obsessed with prosecuting especially the ring leader, the city's richest man's son Alex St. Clair, and suspects alumnus Sean of plotting with school staff. While Vincent has mixed feelings about an editor asking for his manuscript in the making and suggesting elaborate changes, he and Crystal worry about street girl Fanny. Amy must rule whether to order brain surgery rather hen medication before serious epilepsy case further reduces teen Allison's mental age, disputed between the parents. Written by KGF Vissers

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1 February 2005 (USA)  »

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