Not un-promising opening, Howard Hughes credited as director though it was really Howard Hawks, introducing Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchell) and Doc Holliday (Walter Huston), in the Jane Russell launch vehicle The Outlaw, 1943.
A playboy and a gambler, Supreme Court Justice Cyrus Garza (Jimmy Smits) always adhered to a strict interpretation of the law until he realized the system he believed in was flawed. Now, he's quit the bench and returned to private practice. Using his inside knowledge of the justice system, Garza and his team take on today's biggest and most controversial legal cases. 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.
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