Justice (2006–2007)
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The team tackles the case of a high-profile real-estate agent accused of killing his patrician wife.


David McNally


David McNally (creator), Tyler Bensinger (creator) | 4 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Victor Garber ... Ron Trott
Kerr Smith ... Tom Nicholson
Rebecca Mader ... Alden Tuller
Eamonn Walker ... Luther Graves
Sam Trammell ... Kevin O'Neil
Katherine LaNasa ... Suzanne Fulcrum
Aunjanue Ellis ... Miranda Lee
Matt Ross ... D.A. Stormer
James MacDonald ... Detective Joe Franklin
Carlos Lacamara ... Dr. Palermo
Rick Kelly ... Steven Baker
Pamela Roylance ... Judge Jane Peechum
Zach McLarty Zach McLarty ... Juror #3
Majken Poulson Majken Poulson ... Caitlin O'Neil
Tessa Munro ... Reporter #1


Kevin O'Neil is arrested on live TV after his rich wife Caitlin O'Neil (34) was found, skull crushed, in their villa pool. From the moment D.A. Stormer hears Kevin engaged Ron Trot's top L.A. law firm, he revokes all promises to the prime suspect and starts to pull his own can of dirty tricks, especially playing to the press gallery, helped by a TV reporter who shares his aversion from the slick lawyers, who on their part make expert use of every means to win about always. Appearances are used, manipulated, spinned, from before the accusation and bail procedure to every stage of the trial, while carefully using all procedure rules and research of evidence, witnesses, even experts, about motive, means and opportunity, always trying to expose the other side's tricks, each team member being specialized: Ron in strategy and short press spins, Tom pleading with his honest face and coaching the client, etcetera... Written by KGF Vissers

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pool | los angeles california | See All (2) »


Crime | Drama | Thriller








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30 August 2006 (USA) See more »

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Intentionally or not, the case in this episode bears a striking resemblance to the one in the documentary "The Staircase." See more »


When defense witness Dr. Palermo is on the stand, Alden Tuller is clearly leading the witness, which cannot be done in direct examination. This especially makes no sense with an expert witness because the whole point of having an expert witness is to have him/her give an opinion and have it be recorded as fact for the jury not to have him/her agree with whatever the attorney says. See more »


Tom Nicholson: People think that jurors can be manipulated by the lawyers... TV. You know what? They can be.
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Please bring it back or give it a different name and come back!
12 March 2013 | by luckymommyofangelsSee all my reviews

I loved this show. I wish it would make a comeback. The ending showing what really happened. Regardless of the way the case went was fascinating! Even if you bring it back with a different name! Just find a way to put this show back on the air! The actors and actress(especially Victor Garbo)were great. I miss trying to figure out the truth. The endings were my favorite! So bring it back like it was or change whatever you have to, or create a whole new show with the same content!I don't know what else to say. It was just riveting! This 10 lines minimum is ridiculous.The show was innovative. I have never see another show like it before or since!

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