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Losing Your Appeal 

Augustus Hill's appeal is denied, despite the efforts of Said, who has better luck with Poet's poems. Meanwhile, O'Reily survives his lumpectomy, and now focuses his attention on Dr. Nathan.

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Miguel Alvarez
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Warden Leo Glynn
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Sister Peter Marie Reimondo
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Vern Schillinger
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Ryan O'Reily
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Simon Adebisi
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Officer Diane Whittlesey
George Morfogen ...
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Dr. Gloria Nathan (as Lauren Velez)
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Father Ray Mukada
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William Giles
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Augustus Hill's appeal is denied, despite the efforts of Said, who has better luck with Poet's poems. Meanwhile, O'Reily survives his lumpectomy, and now focuses his attention on Dr. Nathan.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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3 August 1998 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

Any real prison would have a safety net or safety cages to protect prisoners from being thrown over the sidewalk landings on upper floors. See more »

Quotes

Judge Grace Lema: Mr. Beecher, I appreciate you taking the time to see me.
Tobias 'Toby' Beecher: Well, you know, it's a nice break from getting fucked up the ass.
Tim McManus: Beecher.
Judge Grace Lema: It's all right. You can speak freely. I'm afraid, in court, you never had that chance.
Tobias 'Toby' Beecher: Would it have made a difference?
Judge Grace Lema: No.
Tobias 'Toby' Beecher: Lady, what do you want?
Judge Grace Lema: I've been a judge for sixteen years. I've made over twenty-five-hundred decisions. Most of them were good. But only one has haunted me. Yours. You see, I've always prided myself on being fair. That, in my court, justice...
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References The People's Court (1981) See more »

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