Great episode about obvious murder which the scriptwriters use to once again force the audience to think about what is the law and how it may apply to every case differently because of certain details and the subjectivity of human beings no matter how much they reach for objectivity. Picket Fences thrived on controversy and this episode would have been controversial no matter how the verdict would have gone. Either way the episode challenged the preconceptions all of us can have in making serious decisions that will not only effect the person on trial but those who suffered because of him or other outside influences which may or may not have had an impact on the case. Anyway this episode had ended, and I will not say how it did because I hate spoilers, it was a well written and well acted one. One of the better episodes having the sheriff serve on a jury with a trial about killing cops.
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