L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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On the Toad Again 

Kelsey and Sollers represent Suzanne Hamel, an obsessive woman charged with murdering her married lover, in which both her and Sollers resort to drastic measures to get their client ... See full summary »

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Michael Kuzak (credit only)
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Grace Van Owen (credit only)
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Victor Sifuentes (credit only)
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Cecil Hoffman ...
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Kelsey and Sollers represent Suzanne Hamel, an obsessive woman charged with murdering her married lover, in which both her and Sollers resort to drastic measures to get their client acquitted by placing suspicion on the widow. Meanwhile, C.J. tries to defend a retiree accused of licking his Cane toad to get high. Also, McKenzie becomes a part-time arbitration judge to rule on a blues singer's lawsuit against his manager. Written by Anonymous

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9 May 1991 (USA)  »

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Per the title, "On the Road Again" is a song made famous by Willie Nelson from the movie Honeysuckle Rose (1980) and is Nelson's most famous hit. See more »

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Jack Sollers: It's still not too late to accept the plea, second degree. You'll probably get 20, it could be out on parole in 12.
Suzanne Hamel: But I didn't kill him.
Ann Kelsey: Suzanne, you'd repeatedly threaten to kill him. Fibers found on your clothing place you at the scene. Their case is going pretty well so far and we don't know what we can do for you.
Suzanne Hamel: You can stand up there and tell those people how much I loved Michael. You can tell them how I cherish his life more than I do my own. How would be inconceivable for me to ...
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