Ellenor and Jimmy defend a woman accused of killing her brother-in-law. Jamie represents a woman suing a prospective employer, because she wasn't hired. Bobby and Lindsay's marriage is in trouble.

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Ellenor and Jimmy defend a woman accused of killing her brother-in-law. Jamie represents a woman suing a prospective employer, because she wasn't hired. Bobby and Lindsay's marriage is in trouble.

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Bridget Fonda was originally cast as Sarah Barker, but was involved in a car accident just before filming began. The role was recast with Teri Polo. See more »

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The sympathy vote
27 June 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I absolutely LOVE this program, and all of its episodes, but why oh why do we need to resort to pushing onto screen Chris Reeve, who when he was Superman could not act, and then after his tragic accident he suddenly develops acting skills? I think not. I know it sounds petty and spiteful, but we need to look after Chris in a proper environment and NOT in front of the camera. Apart from that, the episode was up to its usual splendour. The only other comment I could offer is the horrible feeling I have that the producers are starting to get worried about falling viewing figures by bringing on a group of lovelies who are supposed to be lawyers. I ask you, when did you ever see a lawyer with those looks that could easily do justice (pun) to a beauty pageant.


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