The Defenders: Season 1, Episode 15

Nevada v. Hunter (18 Feb. 2011)

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Facing thirty counts of possession of a controlled substance, an overconfident judge turns to Nick, who has no choice but to help acquit him of the charges.

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Facing thirty counts of possession of a controlled substance, an overconfident judge turns to Nick, who has no choice but to help acquit him of the charges. Written by CBS Publicity

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Judge Hunter identifies himself as a "judge in the Commonwealth of Nevada." Although there is no difference within the 50 states between a "commonwealth" and a "state," only four states identify themselves as commonwealths. Nevada is not one of them. See more »

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Defenders: Here Comes the Judge! ***
19 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dan Aykroyd stars as the judge who is accused of prostitution solicitation and in possession of a controlled substance.

Nick and Peter go to bat for his honor and along the way, they find out some very pertinent information relating to the case. It also gives the judge the opportunity to see what justice is like on the other side of the courtroom.

We see a judge attempting to change the traditional relationships when he becomes the accused. He conveniently has to be reminded by the presiding judge on the case to control himself.

The ending is poignant as we see that the judge knows when to call it a day.


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