The Defenders: Season 1, Episode 12

Nevada v. Wayne (12 Jan. 2011)

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Nick's personal ties to a young man charged with sexual assault prompt him to defend the accusations. Meanwhile, Pete is stunned when he has jury duty.

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Nick's personal ties to a young man charged with sexual assault prompt him to defend the accusations. Meanwhile, Pete is stunned when he has jury duty.

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Nevada Versus Wayne Rates ****
13 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode was one of the best in this very good series.

Pete goes on jury duty involving a parental kidnap case. I love the way that he took over during jury deliberations. This story proves that you never know if you're going to be selected on a jury for a particular case. Obviously, Pete knew the attorneys involved and yet they had no objection to his being on the case.

The other story was even better where Belushi defends a friend's son accused of molestation. There are a lot of plot twists here and just when it appears that he is making the accuser out to be a liar, the real truth emerges. It shows that even with the truth, Belushi couldn't stand to see what was happening and got his defendant to destroy himself on the witness stand. This is a perfect example of ethics at its best.


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