Law & Order: Trial by Jury: Season 1, Episode 9

The Line (22 Apr. 2005)

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Despite warnings from a fellow A.D.A, Kibre gives her all to re-try a convicted murderer who was released due to falsified evidence. As her case quickly unravels, Kibre hopes either witness... See full summary »

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Despite warnings from a fellow A.D.A, Kibre gives her all to re-try a convicted murderer who was released due to falsified evidence. As her case quickly unravels, Kibre hopes either witness testimony or forensic evidence will materialize to strengthen her argument. Once things get desperate, Kibre alienates Gaffney when she considers contorting ethical rules to win the case. Written by skillwithaquill

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A stretch in prison can be a law school education
23 March 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The team of Bebe Neuwirth and Amy Carlson have their work cut out for them in this Trial By Jury episode. They have to retry Gabriel Casseus for the murder of four people during a fast food joint holdup. It turns out that the FBI fingerprint technician faked fingerprint evidence for the original trial conducted by ADA Philip Casnoff. The rest of the case was circumstantial and the two holdup men wore masks. The second one died at the scene and Casseus was a former employee and did have a lengthy juvenile record.

Now his innocence is being taken up as a cause by various liberal groups. Sad to say this kid is a true sociopathic hoodlum. But Casseus isn't stupid. In fact he proves the adage that a stretch in the joint can be the equivalent of going to law school.

His high priced pro bono attorney David Aron Baker realizes soon enough what a punk hoodlum he's defending when against his advice he tries to intimidate witness Curtis McClarin.

Something of a rabbit is pulled from a hat in this case by Neuwirth and Carlson. And someone also undergoes an agonizing reappraisal of his life and future. For that you have to watch this Trial By Jury episode.


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