L.A. Law: Season 4, Episode 14

Ex-Wives and Videotape (22 Feb. 1990)

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A desperate Kuzak sweats out of preparations for his appeal before the California Supreme Court in a final attempt to overturn the conviction on Earl Williams on a technicality. Meanwhile, ... See full summary »

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A desperate Kuzak sweats out of preparations for his appeal before the California Supreme Court in a final attempt to overturn the conviction on Earl Williams on a technicality. Meanwhile, Rollins becomes upset when Rosalind brings in another big client; a factory with substantial South African holdings. Also, Becker's new client is Al Vogel, the bitter ex-husband of a TV newswoman who threatens to go public with a pornographic video tape of her. Written by Anonymous

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Michael Kuzak: Did you read the brief?
Earl Williams: I've read it. It's good.
Michael Kuzak: We argue on Wednesday, I'll call you as soon it's over.
Earl Williams: I, uh, shouldn't be trying get my hopes here, should I?
Michael Kuzak: Death penalty appeals are usually losers, I'm not going to lie to you about that, but we do have a chance, Earl, we have a legitimate chance.
Earl Williams: How long does it take down to make up their minds?
Michael Kuzak: We usually taken under advisement. But you never know what this kind of case they could decide pretty quickly.
Earl Williams: This... is it. Isn't it, Michael?
Michael Kuzak: [...]
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