McBride takes on the defense of a friend's young co-worker, accused of robbing and murdering a woman who gave him a ride. McBride and Phil discover that the victim had multiple identities - and multiple simultaneous husbands . . .
McBride is a former cop-turned-defense lawyer with a penchant for taking on "lost cause" cases. After serving as a juror on an attempted murder case, McBride reluctantly agrees to represent... See full summary »
Tracy is an aspiring singer who breaks up with Joe, her longtime boyfriend, on a popular TV show, but when the show's TV host is found murdered, all fingers point straight to Joe. McBride must now take charge and clear Joe's name.
John Larroquette famous for playing ADA Dan Fielding on Night Court has graduated to some more serious type casework in the McBride series of made for
TV films. As John McBride he's a former cop now a defense attorney and most
of the cops seem to hate him as they regard him some kind of traitor to law and
order. They also know that they can't pull anything with him. All but Detective
Marta Dubois who is willing to listen to alternative theories.
Larroquette and assistant Matt Lutz are defending Jackson Summer on a murder
charge. Lutz is Larroquette's Paul Drake. Summer is accused of murdering classical violinist Josie Davis. Davis is the daughter of a US Senator and that's
not the only connection she uses to advance her career. To her father Eric
Pierpont she's still daddy's little girl.
I have to say they pulled a perpetrator out of left field. Never saw this one
coming. The mark of a good mystery for me.
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