While Dicky (Mark Harmon) investigates if a man may have been wrongfully executed, Tess goes up against a woman (Eugenie Ross-Leming) who's defending herself. Conclusion. Gaddis: Jim Beaver. Billy Gordon: David Marciano. Judge Triandos: Abraham Alvarez. Kane: Robert Hooks. Kohut: Brent Hinkley. Rose: Susan Merson.
Tess (Marlee Matlin) demands that Dicky (Mark Harmon) investigate when evidence comes to light indicating a man executed for murder may have been innocent. Part 1 of two. Gaddis: Jim Beaver. Billy Gordon: David Marciano. Judge Triandos: Abraham Alvarez. Kane: Robert Hooks. Kohut: Brent Hinkley. Rose: Susan Merson.
Conclusion. While Dicky (Mark Harmon) tries to work things out with Maggie (Kay Lenz), Tess (Marlee Matlin) receives a proposal from a man from her past. Stephanie: Lisa Houle. James Packard: John McCann. Tomasso: Nestor Carbonell. Asher: Jim Pirri.
While trying to work things out with Maggie (Kay Lenz), Dicky (Mark Harmon) investigates the killing of a man who was engaged to a high-class woman. Part 1 of two. Stephanie: Lisa Houle. James Packard: John McCann. Tomasso: Nestor Carbonell. Asher: Jim Pirri.
Kay (Nancy Everhard) is critically wounded by a murderous hood during a holdup at the bar; a burglary case takes some odd twists for Tess (Marlee Matlin). Part 1 of two. Dicky: Mark Harmon. Elroy: Terence Knox. Eliot: Vanessa Angel. Gaddis: Jim Beaver. Cliff Sizemore: Leslie Jordan.
A deal is made to allow a mentally disturbed man who attacked a woman walk free. Meanwhile, Tess and Dick contend with the emotions of troubled relationships. Lionel: Darnell Williams. Valerie: Loretta Devine. Debbie: Carol Barbie. Holland: Mike Genovese. Tess: Marlee Matlin.
Tess wants to nail a murderer whose conviction was overturned, and Dicky does the dirty work to find a witness to bury the killer. Jack Quinn: Alan Scarfe. Johnny Ray Simpson: Robert Clohessy. Chico: Paul-Felix Montez. Barbara: Sue Bugden. Tess: Marlee Matlin.
An industrialist with political clout is murdered, and his daughter (Denice Marie Duff) readily confesses to Dicky; Tess and Bruce square off in counseling; Kay lays into her father. Lila Simon: Kim Johnston Ulrich. Sean Kelley: John Mese. Fitz: James Greene.
Dicky wonders why Tess has so much conviction in prosecuting a case of assault on a shady business owner by a blue-collar guy (Ed Waterstreet), who happens to be deaf. Kay: Nancy Everhard. Bruce: Tim Grimm. Cromyer: James Acheson. Tess: Marlee Matlin.
Bruce's move on Kay shakes things up with Tess; and a date-rape incident promises many aftershocks. Nurse: Mary Watson. Mary: Gina Gallego. Pinkston: Richard Grant. Dr. Linden: Patrick Pankhurst. Grondyke: Michael Pniewski. Kay: Nancy Everhard.
Kay tries to cope with the rape, harassment by the police and the impending trial all at once; Bruce drops a bomb on Tess. Maggie Zombro: Kay Lenz. Lila: Kim Johnston Ulrich. Doreen Staszak: Cecile Callan. Cromyer: James Acheson. Tess: Marlee Matlin.
A murder case is dumped on Tess only days before trial, and she's pitted against her mentor (Steven Gilborn); Dicky meets Lila's parents; Bruce gets nasty in the divorce; Kay copes with the aftermath of rape. Burke: Spencer Garrett. Beckwith: Linden Chiles.
A fatal hit-and-run case involving a politician (Jonathan Goldsmith) puts Gold on the spot, and causes a rift between Sean and Tess; Dicky and Lila face the truth about their relationship; Kay decides to sell the bar. Latasha: Gina Ravarra. Quinlan: Doug Ballard.
An activist professor is charged with the murder of a college journalist who crucified him in print; Dicky feels blue as Kay considers moving; Tess feels angry over Bruce's machinations. Samuel Gunn: Roger Aaron Brown. Meredith: Charlotte Ross.
Gold's uncle (Pierre Epstein), who's opposed to capital punishment, defends a psycho-killer against Tess; Tess's parents (Margaret Ladd, Bruce Kirby) visit just as she's getting cozy with Sean; Kay makes a move toward Dicky (Mark Harmon). Tess: Marlee Matlin.
Dicky is cast adrift when he's accused of brutality while breaking up a fight; and his troubles have a ripple effect on Gold, who's the mayor's choice for City Council; Bruce makes waves for Tess. Mayor DeVan: Dick O'Neill. Nordorff: Leon Russom.
Dicky awaits the outcome of the brutality investigation; Tess laments that things have hit the skids with Sean; Kay hits it off with her professor. Petra: Constance Marie. Abigail Croan: Gina Hecht. David Monk: David Spielberg.
Tess starts the wheels turning in the neo-Nazi, but Judge Booth's obsessive attraction to her throwns a wrench into things. Dicky: Mark Harmon. Jo: Glynnis O'Connor. Judge Booth: Charles Frank. Chris Lohrke: Thomas Wilson Brown.
Maggie provides a spirited defense of a battered woman accused of murder in a case that Tess prosecutes with ambivalent feelings. Esther: Laurie O'Brien. Judge Claussen: Marnie Andrews. Cindy: Erika Flowers. Grondyke: Michael Pniewski. Barbara: Julie Cobb. Dr. Horvath: Milt Oberman. Dr. Edwards: Philip O'Brien.
A public defender provides a weak defense for a Mexican immigrant couple accused of endangering their daughter; Sean (John Mese) is given a case involving chickens he views as a real turkey. McMann: Robert Walden. Lily Boffo: Alix Elias. Judge Orrick: Michael Holden. Judge Fielding: James Gallery. Dede: Carmen Mejia. Manuel Otero: John Pinero.
Dicky (Mark Harmon) is holed up on a stakeout with an obnoxious surgeon who altered the face of a crook and is now the only one who can ID him. Meanwhile, Maggie (Kay Lenz) makes Bruce's case a personal battle with his prosecutor. Tess: Marlee Matlin. Bruce: Tim Grimm. Marvin: Leslie Jordan. Burke: Spencer Garrett. Lombardi: Howard George. Decker: Seth Jarrett. Kay: Nancy Everhard.
A killer's been arrested by a zealous detective who planted evidence and used a psychic to cover his deed. Durell: David Morse. Anna: Meg Foster. Tippen: Carl Weintraub. Nicole: Colleen Coffey. Judge Claussen: Marnie Andrews. Judge Orrick: Michael Holden.
The trial of an accused child molester causes repressed memories to surface in a young man. Meanwhile, Dicky (Mark Harmon) kills a young robber. Cleary: Manfred Melcher. Bryant: William Blair. Wilson: Arthur Rosenberg. Vivian: Patricia Belcher. Sizemore: Leslie Jordan. Eliot: Vanessa Angel.
Feminists seek a platform to voice their grievances against pornography by attacking a porno emporium. Flueter: Robert Costanzo. Jo: Jennifer Savidge. Diedre: Susan Giosa. Maggie: Kay Lenz. Dicky: Mark Harmon. Tess: Marlee Matlin. Marta: Yolanda Jilot. Eugenia: Lynne Marie Stewart. Judge Triandos: Abraham Alvarez. Ben: Bill Pugin. Dr. Tsong: Mie Hunt. Father Ken: Al Sapienza. Doggie Shrink: Greg Lewis. Gaddis: Jim Beaver.