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Presumed Guilty 

New evidence proves that a man recently convicted of murder is innocent. But are his defense attorney and judge conspiring to keep him behind bars to protect the real killer?



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Horatio Caine
Calleigh Duquesne
Eric Delko
Ryan Wolfe
Frank Tripp
Natalia Boa Vista
Tara Price
Kevin Sheridan (as Chris Wiehl)
Alfonso Reyes
Patricia Busick
Tammy Witten
Judge Gregory Thorpe
Paul Garland
Derek Powell
Lindsay Garland


CSI's evidence gets country club golf instructor Alfonso Reyes convicted for the strangulation of Lindsay Garland. Then fly eggs in the body prove the murder wasn't committed in his locker, where Alfonso found the body. The only 'witness', addicted crackpot Tammy Witten, goes missing after testifying in hospital. Businessman Kevin Sheridan now gets damned good representation from Derek Powell, who did a far worse job defending Reyes, but now even attacks the CSI. Written by KGF Vissers

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Release Date:

9 February 2009 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Absolutely Zero Credibility On This One
23 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

I've always laughed, and not complained, at the unrealistic "scientists" on CSI: almost all young and beautiful/handsome. However, in this episode the characters were just so not credible, it's ludicrous.

No judge looks like the guy in this story. The same goes for the golf pro, the country club people, the attorneys, etc., etc. - nobody in real life looks like or sounds like the people portrayed in this story.

The guest star, Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, might be the worst actor I've ever seen on this program.

As for the story - the golf instructor being falsely accused of murder and the CSI team trying to prove that after he's been convicted - it's okay for awhile. However, the ending is brutally inane and an insult to people's intelligence. Oh, well, most people agree this seventh season was not the best in this usually-solid program....but it's still worth watching.

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