Boston Legal (2004–2008)
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True Love 

Being noted as a great lawyer attracts the attention of a former girlfriend as she asks Alan to defend her husband in a murder trial, even though he still has feelings for her which compounds the case in a conflict of interest.

Director:

Steve Robin

Writers:

David E. Kelley (created by), David E. Kelley
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Spader ... Alan Shore
John Larroquette ... Carl Sack (credit only)
Christian Clemenson ... Jerry Espenson (credit only)
Tara Summers ... Katie Lloyd (credit only)
Candice Bergen ... Shirley Schmidt (credit only)
William Shatner ... Denny Crane
Brenda Strong ... Judge Judy Beacon
Peter Onorati ... A.D.A. Stewart Betts
Caroline Aaron ... Phyllis Goulet
Michael Eric Strickland ... Dr. Sylvan Turrette
Kyle Secor ... Dr. Robert Brooks
Ally Walker ... Phoebe Prentice
Leyna Nguyen Leyna Nguyen ... Reporter
Philip Weyland ... Clerk
Marcus Folmar ... Bailiff #1
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Being noted as a great lawyer attracts the attention of a former girlfriend as she asks Alan to defend her husband in a murder trial, even though he still has feelings for her which compounds the case in a conflict of interest.

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Genres:

Comedy | Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

13 October 2008 (USA) See more »

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Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did No One Notice This was the Plot of WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION?
24 June 2017 | by foosie-2See all my reviews

I came to this series very late, after reading over and over how funny William Shatner was with James Spader. I got hooked on it right away and felt sorry when it was over to lose the wit and intelligence and bizarre plot twists. But this episode was clearly a New Millennia version of that old Agatha Christie chestnut WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION, where the wife of a man accused of murder allows herself to appear vindictive and out to frame him, when in fact she loves him so much, she's willing to go to jail for perjury. And the lawyers in that old film have the wool pulled over their eyes, just as these Crane, Poole & Schmidt attorneys were fooled.


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