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Starring Emmy Award winner Jimmy Smits (L.A. Law), executive producer John Eisendrath (Alias) brings us a drama that isn’t afraid to speak truth to power. Cyrus Garza is quitting the Supreme Court and returning to private practice. Determined to represent “the little guy,” he’s using his inside knowledge of the justice system to travel across the country and take on today’s biggest and most controversial legal cases. And he’s making plenty of powerful people unhappy along the way. Garza’s team includes his best friend since childhood, Al Druzinsky (David Ramsey), a brilliant defense attorney with liberal beliefs; Mereta Stockman (Ellen Woglom), a hopeless romantic who is Garza’s loyal law clerk; Lucinda Pearl (Carly Pope), a wildly unorthodox private investigator who uses her sex appeal and wit to gather information for Garza, and Eddie Franks (Jesse Bradford), a tightly wound, rabidly ambitious Yale-educated attorney, recently hired as Garza’s law clerk.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPilot||In the premiere episode, playboy Supreme Court Justice Cyrus Garza (Jimmy Smits) has an epiphany -- which leads him to make a radical decision to step down and go into private practice. Garza’s first case -- a last ditch attempt to save a condemned client from death -- tests his mettle and resolve as they have never been tested before. Aided by a legal team comprised of his best friend, respected defense attorney Al Druzinsky (David Ramsey), loyal law clerk Mereta Stockman (Ellen Woglom), Yale-educated and conservative Eddie Franks (Jesse Bradford) and sassy private eye Lucinda Pearl (Carly Pope), Garza seems likely to make his mark as a legal crusader. However, by flouting the system and turning maverick, he may have made some dangerous enemies in very high places -- enemies who, even now, may be actively plotting against him.||41:59||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIn Re: Officer Daniel Hale||Garza (Jimmy Smits) and his team head to Arizona when an immigration stop turns into a police shooting. Eddie (Jesse Bradford) agrees with the decision to take the controversial case, while Al (David Ramsey) wonders why he ever joined Garzas team. Meanwhile, Lucinda (Carly Pope) encourages Mereta (Ellen Woglom) to make her big move for Garza. Ed Begley Jr. Guest Stars.||43:19||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIn Re: Jessica Davis||Jay Mohr Guest Stars. When a baby dies after being left in a hot car, Garza (Jimmy Smits) takes to the mothers defense under the Equal Protection Clause. However, saddled with an emotionally distant defendant, Garza might need more than Mereta (Ellen Woglom) and Als (David Ramsey) help to prove his clients innocence. Meanwhile, Eddie (Jesse Bradford) and Lucinda (Carly Pope) branch off to cover one of Als former clients. Melora Hardin also stars.||43:12||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIn Re: Curtis Farwell||Former Supreme Court Justice Cyrus Garza (Jimmy Smits) and his team fight to expose the truth about car accidents that are being caused by tire rod defects, but Al (David Ramsey) questions Garzas motives in taking the case. Elsewhere, Mereta (Ellen Woglom) prepares for her first day in court, Eddie (Jesse Bradford) scores an interview with a big law firm, and Lucinda (Carly Pope) takes on a new "job." Meanwhile, Claire (Melora Hardin) tries to get Garza to mend fences with Senator Vidalin (Richard Portnow) at a fundraiser, but Garza is hesitant to play nice while there is a mysterious man threatening the team.||43:16||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIn Re: Tracy Vidalin||Garza (Jimmy Smits) has to put personal differences aside when the daughter of his nemesis, Senator Sidney Vidalin (Richard Portnow), is unexpectedly charged with a murder that was committed by her boyfriend. The only thing that stands in Garza and Als (David Ramsey) way is a confession, which might just be the result of a Miranda rights violation. Meanwhile, Eddie (Jesse Bradford) and Mereta (Ellen Woglom) dig into Lucindas (Carly Pope) past and make a shocking discovery.||43:12||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIn Re: Tyler Banks||Mereta (Ellen Woglom) and Al (David Ramsey) find the perfect adoptive father for a foster child in need of an organ transplant, but their plan is derailed by a Florida law that prevents gay people from adopting and Garza (Jimmy Smits) and his team take the case. Elsewhere, a man from Lucindas (Carly Pope) past makes his unwelcome presence known, and Eddie (Jesse Bradford) is forced to make a choice between the team and his own professional future. Melora Hardin also stars.||43:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIn Re: Kelvin Jones||When a gang shooting leaves a student dead at the Cyrus Garza School, Garza (Jimmy Smits) decides to file a lawsuit against the school for creating an atmosphere that led to the childs death. However, as Garza realizes the extent of the school systems segregation, it is up to him, Al (David Ramsay) and Mereta (Ellen Woglom) to file a class action to force the school district to finally desegregate the schools. Meanwhile, Eddie (Jesse Bradford) has to decide if he can trust Lucinda (Carly Pope) when she becomes the prime suspect in Buzzcuts murder.||43:12||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIn Re: Tony Mejia||After a Mexican judge decides to try a murderer himself, the victims father kills the murderer in a blind rage. Now, Garza (Jimmy Smits), Eddie (Jesse Bradford) and Lucinda (Carly Pope) must help facilitate the father's extradition back to the United States. Meanwhile, Mereta (Ellen Woglom) has a surprising legal problem that requires her to go to Al (David Ramsey) for help.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|30||HDVideoSneak Peek||Starring Emmy Award winner Jimmy Smits. Justice Garza always adhered to a strict interpretation of the law. Until he realized the system he always believed in was flawed. Now, he's quit the bench and returned to being an attorney.||4:14||Free||View in iTunes|
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Really looks good!
Granted, I'm basing this only on a sneak peek but what I saw made me want more - LOTS more! It's been a while since I've seen a program "teaser" that really caught my attention like this one has. Also, I've always liked Jimmy Smits. When put in a good role, with great scripts he's an actor to beat! The concept of this show is really interesting and leaves itself open to so many possibilities - lots of great turns and twists if they have good writers. From the short, but interesting, peek at the series it looks like they very well may have those writers putting out some great shows! Can't wait!
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This show will be the block buster of the new season. NBC has done it again. I can't wait to see Jimmie Smits in the courtroom again. Reminds me of his old LA Law days. If the show is half as good as the trailer, I will be impressed. I hope it gets the ratings and the writers don't try to push a political agenda. Bring on the Justice.