L.A. Law: Season 7, Episode 9

Odor in the Court (7 Jan. 1993)

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Mullaney fights against the state mental hospital to prevent the release of a couple's daughter's convicted killer (their son-in-law) from the hospital where he was committed. Meanwhile, ... See full summary »

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Mullaney fights against the state mental hospital to prevent the release of a couple's daughter's convicted killer (their son-in-law) from the hospital where he was committed. Meanwhile, Brackman can't resist a nasal aphrodisiac in his attempt to revive his sex life with Sheila. Flicker continues to annoy and tempt Becker, and then after much forceful reasoning, he finally allows Arnie to meet with Eric Schuller, who is revealed to be long dead. Also, Morales represents a man suing the hog-finishing plant over the foul odor contaminating his nearby home. Written by Anonymous

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[Raymond Holtz and his wife Patricia is speaking with the reporters in the press. A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney and Lawyer Brian La Porte find out what's going on outside the courtroom]
Raymond Holtz: I mean you just have question an assistant that would even entertain the possibility of letting a brutal killer like this go free only after 8 years. What's happening here? It's not only...
[Holtz keeping talking to the press. Tommy light the cigarette and smoke]
Brian La Porte: What the hell is he doing?
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: He let some civil rights.
Raymond Holtz: ......
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