The Firm (2012)
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Chapter Seven 

Mitch takes on the defense of "slow" guy Nate, accused of a robbery which led to murder, along with his brother and a friend - only one can turn state's witness for a plea bargain. Moxon shows up for the fateful meeting at the hotel.



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Episode credited cast:
Ray McDeere
Claire McDeere
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Martin Moxon
Ed Morris
Judge Brandt
Detective Corbett
Markus Parilo ...
Bones (as Markus Parillo)
Court Officer


Mitch takes on the defense (pro bono) of the guy who delivers lunch to his office. Nate is accused of a robbery gone wrong, leading to murder, along with his brother and a friend - but only one of the brothers can turn state's witness for a plea bargain. Concurrently, Abby considers reconnecting with her estranged parents and Moxon is persuaded (by Tammy) to show up for the fateful meeting at the hotel. Episode concludes a long series of flashbacks - bringing us to the present, where McDeere is finally arrested. Written by Michelle Levine

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Release Date:

9 February 2012 (Canada)  »

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16:9 HD
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Love this show!
14 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

This show has something that makes me want to keep watching. The cast is great and they fit their roles well. There's plenty of side comedy in the episodes. Keep watching and you will be hooked on the show! My husband and I enjoy the show and hope it's not canceled. We are tired of seeing so much reality T.V. on, and it is great for programs like this to be made. I miss the times when T.V. would have fall program previews come on so you could see the different shows on. Too much reality T.V. now. Go back to shows that have true acting and not the terrible acting you see in reality T.V.! Continue with shows like The Firm and I want be watching movie channels as much, trying to get away from reality T.V.

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