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Attorney Client 

A sleazy criminal defense attorney is accused of killing his wife and using knowledge he obtained as a lawyer to frame a client. During the trial, he tries to further manipulate the system to avoid a conviction.

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Anita Van Buren
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Jack McCoy
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Serena Southerlyn
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Nora Lewin
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Harold Jensen
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Jasmine Blake
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Charlotte Swan
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Hillary Morton
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Max Hellmann
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Marty Benowitz
Larry Block ...
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A sleazy criminal defense attorney is accused of killing his wife and using knowledge he obtained as a lawyer to frame a client. During the trial, he tries to further manipulate the system to avoid a conviction.

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The actress who plays the stripper Jasmine Blake (Annie Parisse) is none other than the actress who would go on to portray ADA Alexandra Borgia during the 15th season of Law and Order (3 seasons / 64 episodes later - "Fluency"). In fact, the ADA in this episode (Serena Southerlyn) would be replaced by this actress. See more »

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Detective Ed Green: He thinks he's Spiderman.
Detective Lennie Briscoe: Yeah, only without the superpowers.
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He offered to violate his attorney-client confidentiality?
17 November 2017 | by (Falconara Marittima, Italy) – See all my reviews

A middle aged couple was walking down the street; she was complained about people celebrating her fortieth birthday when they heard a couple of gunshots: a girl was killed in her own car. The victim is the wife of a prominent defense attorney: someone had to hold a grudge against him. The first suspect was a former inmate who has just ended his prison time; he used to send menacing letter to his lawyer for his conviction, but he had a strong alibi, having spent time with a friend in a wheelchair the night of the murder. When detectives realize the victim's husband had an affair with a pole dancer (Annie Parisse) and his wife met the prostitute's boyfriend at a pub to uncover the relationship (the guy had pictures of the two lovers), it becomes clear the husband could be the perp. So a legal battle between him and McCoy begin and it will be hard for the prosecutor to get rid of him.

The "villain" in this episode is a real piece of cake: he knows every tricks related to his profession and all his actions mislead McCoy. It's not over for the stone cold prosecutor.


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