Harry's Law: Season 2, Episode 18

Breaking Points (22 Apr. 2012)

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Adam helps Phoebe defend a woman being sued by her dead husband's family who says she caused the husband to commit suicide. Harry helps a juror who ran away from jury duty and is being sued for costing the state additional money.

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Adam helps Phoebe defend a woman being sued by her dead husband's family who says she caused the husband to commit suicide. Harry helps a juror who ran away from jury duty and is being sued for costing the state additional money.

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Breaking Points ***1/2
23 April 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As Ollie and our other lady-lawyer go hot and heavy under the sheets, our jury system comes under review in this rather piercing episode.

After two months of being sequestered, a young jurist flees the case. Alternate jurors weren't available to replace her when she asked to be let out. This was one part of the story that I didn't quite comprehend. Alternate jurors always have to be available in the event that a juror becomes ill or has a family emergency.

The same judge who presided over the case shall oversee the case against the fleeing juror as well. Isn't there an ethical problem here? We know what the solution is but at least the imperfections of the jury system are brought out.

The second case, dealing with the effects of reality television, was most interesting. The family of a man who committed suicide sues the widow for lambasting him constantly on the show. This story is intriguing as it shows what these types of shows shall do in order to get people to view them. Shame.


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