A charming conman acts as his own defense during his murder trial. During the trial, he deliberately tries to taint the jury by flirting with the forewoman.

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Mark Landry / Richard Morriston
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Carol Gibbons
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Mary Fazekas
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A charming conman acts as his own defense during his murder trial. During the trial, he deliberately tries to taint the jury by flirting with the forewoman.

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Beth Fazekas disappeared on October 3, 1994. See more »

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While McCoy is questioning Briscoe on the stand, he holds two clear plastic bags of evidence. One contains the pistol murder weapon and the other bag has the stolen merchandise. In different shots, the bags change from hand to hand several times. See more »

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Detective Lennie Briscoe: How does a con man bamboozle so many smart women?
Detective Ed Green: Practice, practice, practice.
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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
29 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

TV/Movie actor Tim Guinee (Iron Man, Blade) was the focus of this episode.

His smarmy character that enchanted the ladies with his quiet voice and "aw shucks" manner got him out of most scrapes across the country.

He managed to best Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) and escape justice once again, but he finally met his match in the sweet thing (Catherine Wolf) on the jury that he conned.

Peter McRobbie, as Judge Bradley has been on all of the Law & Order spin-offs, and a dozen episodes of Law & Order. He is no nonsense and really adds to the show.


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