The Defenders (2010–2011)
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Whitten v. Fenlee 

When a woman's husband dies from a fall on a construction site, Nick and Pete look to prove wrongful death against the company. Meanwhile, Pete tries to help an online blogger avoid jail after exposing an illusionist's magic trick.

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Nick Morelli (as Jim Belushi)
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Lisa Tyler (as Jurnee Smollett)
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Lacy Whitten
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Aaron Ayles
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Colin Pettigrew (as Justin 'Kredible' Willman)
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When a woman's husband dies from a fall on a construction site, Nick and Pete look to prove wrongful death against the company. Meanwhile, Pete tries to help an online blogger avoid jail after exposing an illusionist's magic trick.

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At the end of this episode, the judge addresses Fenley construction about their safety issues. He requests a written response in no "less" than ten days. He should have said no "more" than ten days. As it is, the company could take forever to respond. See more »

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1.9 is 3.0
20 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are 2 different stories here as well. One with the blogger is absolutely ridiculous and is far from a joy to watch. In fact, it's very stupid.

The other story regarding the construction accident is terrific and is quite compelling.

A woman resorts to protesting by the area where her husband, a construction worker, fell to his death. She seems to be a friend of the guys' secretary, the one who talks and sounds like Bette Boop. Anyway, Nick agrees to take the case and the story is a good one as it eventually shows the corruption involved in the construction industry when payoffs are made between businesses and those who do the inspections. Another positive virtue is that money was never on the mind of the widow and Nick shows great compassion at the end when the suit is successful.


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