Wrongly accused of beating a man to death, Jim discovers the best legal advice he can find is from disbarred lawyer John Cooper.
Did You Know?
Jim has a new lawyer in this episode: Wade G. Ward, played by Sorrell Booke
. It is mentioned several times that Ward works at the same law firm (Harcourt & Lowe) as Jim's previous lawyer Beth Davenport, and that Beth is not with the firm anymore. Though it was established in a previous episode that Beth was leaving Harcourt & Lowe to establish her own firm, it is never made clear in the context of the series why Jim - a long-time personal friend of Beth's - did not follow Beth to her new firm.
In real life, the reason for the switch was that Gretchen Corbett
(who played Beth Davenport) had left the series. See more
As Rockford and Coop are pulling up to Nodzak's place, they're discussing the situation. Coop's stating "I thought Mac Amodeus lived in a garage" as the car was coming to a stop, but his lips weren't moving. See more
What ever it was that got you disbarred, were you right?
Maybe you noticed the question of right and wrong is not within the preview of the law. Only the question of legal and illegal.
Yeah, that seems strange.
References The Godfather