L.A. Law: Season 4, Episode 18

Watts a Matter? (5 Apr. 1990)

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Racial tensions threaten to explode in city-wide rioting when Rollins represents an innocent black family suing the Los Angeles Police Department for excessive violence when the police ... See full summary »

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Racial tensions threaten to explode in city-wide rioting when Rollins represents an innocent black family suing the Los Angeles Police Department for excessive violence when the police destroyed their home after mistaking it for a crack house. Meanwhile, Judge Grace Van Owen ponders the appropriate sentence for an eight-year-old crack delivery boy who murdered a policeman after he tried to take his cocaine package away. Brackman, cured of his impotence, begins dating Marilyn. Also, Rosalind interferes with Victor's case concerning a couple suing a liquor company for negligence because of a conflict of interest. Written by Anonymous

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Victor Sifuentes: [Back at the LA Law firm building in the evening, Victor went to see Rosalind at her office] Cynthia Brown just fired Jimmy Hoffs, you know anything about that?
Rosalind Shays: Yes. I advise her to discharge him. I also recommend...
Victor Sifuentes: Where the hell do you get off going to her?
Rosalind Shays: Don't you talk to me like that.
Victor Sifuentes: Jimmy Hoffs build this case. He did all the leg work on this case.
Rosalind Shays: Jimmy Hoffs was giving bad advise. And it's co counsel, it was my obligation to point that out to the client.
Victor Sifuentes: Co counsel? You blindsided him...
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