A sleepy driver hits something, but drives on. A dead policeman is discovered there at day-break. Soon attention turns to the deceased's last case.

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Peter Dunlop (as Nicholas Bishop)
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Curtis Brumfield (as Windell D. Middlebrooks)
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A sleepy driver hits something, but drives on. A dead policeman is discovered there at day-break. Soon attention turns to the deceased's last case.

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Crime | Drama

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Joan Hunt: Two mornings in a row, must be some kind of record
Megan Hunt: Morning mother
Joan Hunt: Victor did you know this is my daughter?
Victor Ramos: Good morning, your honor
Joan Hunt: He's terrified of me. You seem to be the only person who isn't
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A Cop is Killed; Lizzy Adler and Here Comes the Judge **1/2
12 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is really never quite clear why a coach would be an accessory to murder. Who was he really having an affair with? Why would he play a part with a student, who did the killing, to cover things up. This was never clearly stated.

We also see a never ending conflict between Dr. Hunt and her mother the judge. Will this conflict ever be resolved? Methinks not.

The technical medical terms are starting to get to me. All of a sudden our murdered police officer had Huntington's Disease. This illness would explain his mood swings.

Dr. Hunt is a brilliant doctor, but she needs to get some kind of hold on her personal life.


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