A district attorney is killed at a wedding for getting too close to a French-Canadian drug lord that's operating in Miami. Since the victim was a close friend of the criminal's lawyer, Sonny tries to make the lawyer do something about it.




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Episode cast overview:
Laurence Thurmond
Wedding Musican
Philippe Sagot
Jean-Pierre Matte ...
Jean Faber
Jon DeVries ...
D.A. Richard Langley
Rose McVeigh ...


When the State Attorney's killed, Crockett investigates. And brings him in contact with the man's friend an attorney whom Crockett hates. They learn that a Canadian, the S.A. was investigating could be the man who ordered it. Later Crockett gets an anonymous call telling him that the Canadian and a man who was arrested on a minor charge, whom the lawyer got off, are indeed responsible for the S.A.'s death. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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24 January 1986 (USA)  »

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"What did you do, trade in your conscience when you passed the bar?"
15 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another week, another Crockett episode (I kid . . . but not really; it's just the way things were, you go with what works). Anyhoo, this time he butts heads with a dirty lawyer (John Heard) who's protecting an assassin. The bad guys in this episode are pretty lame (French, maybe that has something to do with it) but Heard lends his character some sympathy. Just enough to make you want for the guy to escape the mobster he's working for.

Between Don Johnson and Heard, there's plenty of brooding here; one takes frustrations out at the shooting range, the other takes to the clouds in his private plane (with some pretty aerial photography), as well as action (two shootouts and a boat chase).

All in all it ain't bad.


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