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False-Hearted Judges 

When the judge in a race-relations case is murdered, Goren and Eames sift through the likely suspects until they pick up a thread to a very unlikely one.

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... Robert Goren
... Alexandra Eames
... James Deakins
... Ron Carver
... Lloyd Wilkes
... Eric Wilkes
... Judge Barton
Terry Beaver ... Judge Freeman
... Will Barton
... Wade Brownfeld
MacIntyre Dixon ... Franklin Traynor (as Macintyre Dixon)
Mark Kenneth Smaltz ... Judge Roland Thibodeaux
... Scott Karsebaum
Clayton LeBouef ... Detective Edmunds
... Maya
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When the judge in a race-relations case is murdered, Goren and Eames sift through the likely suspects until they pick up a thread to a very unlikely one.

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25 May 2005 (USA)  »

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A world of justice without mercy, that's no place to live
16 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Lloyd is seeking revenge. He despises the law, he thinks judges are evil because they restrict people's freedom; but he can't reach the target without somebody else's help. At the beginning the murders seemed related to racial issue (Aryan brotherhood), but soon Eames and Goren find out a different path to follow. A well-trained white trash, divorced from his wife, tried by all means to stay in touch with his only son but he couldn't due to custodial issue dictated by a judge; eventually he found out another guy who share his feelings to follow his lead, so the hunting began.

This episode, the last of the fourth season, has a slow pace at first, but then becomes enjoyable thanks to the good acting of David Andrews (he feels comfortable to play in a military officer way, I recall his performance in Word War Z and Terminator 3)


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