L.A. Law: Season 3, Episode 12

The Accidental Jurist (23 Feb. 1989)

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Kuzak secretly picks a retired gay judge to hear his case of Matthew Leonard, a gay Olympic athlete, whose recent announcement of his homosexuality has apparently voided his endorsement ... See full summary »

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Kuzak secretly picks a retired gay judge to hear his case of Matthew Leonard, a gay Olympic athlete, whose recent announcement of his homosexuality has apparently voided his endorsement contract with an advertising company. Meanwhile, Abby learns that Lt. Ringstrom is marred with two children and decides to break up with him. Kelsey and Markowitz have problems over looking after their newly adopted baby daughter. Roxanne tells Meyer that she thinks they should separate for a while to sort out their feelings for each other. Meyer then crashes a romantic date between Victor and Allison where he confides in them about his marital problems. Written by Anonymous

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Judge Lawrence O'Neil: I am a very conservative judge, Mr. Kuzak. I am a little curious to know why you agreed with the opposing counsel to pick me to hear this case.
Michael Kuzak: Well, because of your reputation for fairness among other things.
Judge Lawrence O'Neil: Would those "other things" have anything to do with Stephanie Hall?
Michael Kuzak: [caught off guard] I beg your pardon?
Judge Lawrence O'Neil: Stephanie Hall... a private investigator who has been asking me pointed questions about my personal life. And a little digging of my own reveals that she is sometimes employed by your ...
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