Harry's Law (2011–2012)
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Harry, Cassie and Adam represent a quick-witted 21-year-old dying of kidney failure who illegally purchased a kidney from a willing donor/seller. Meanwhile, Tommy and Oliver defend ... See full summary »

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Harriet Korn
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Adam Branch
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Cassie Reynolds
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Oliver Richard
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Tommy Jefferson
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D.A. Roseanna Remmick
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Judge Patricia Seabrook
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Harry, Cassie and Adam represent a quick-witted 21-year-old dying of kidney failure who illegally purchased a kidney from a willing donor/seller. Meanwhile, Tommy and Oliver defend identical twins who are both arrested when the man they are both married to and live with is murdered. Roseanna Remmick is convinced that one of the twins must be responsible, leaving Tommy and Oliver to walk the line between truth and justice in hopes of keeping the them out of jail. Written by NBC Publicity

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2.12 ****
20 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Excellent episode has 2 stories here. The first is gut-wrenching where a 21 year old cocky young man with quite an attitude enlists Harry's support is wanting a law changed so that he can purchase a kidney from a desperate man who is unemployed with 2 children. The story brings out the dilemma of whether or not selling body parts is ethical. It is well done. The judge renders a decision in the end which will be disappointing. I could claim racism but I don't want to go there. After all, poor people would be denied the right to save themselves as they don't have the resources for such a purchase. The ending will make you sad as the young man finally shows some humility. He has to be forgiven as he is in dire straits. You wind up cheering for the guy and hope that there will be a subsequent story on his desperation.

The second story is more outlandish. Identical twins have been having a conjugal relationship with an elderly man. When he is found dead in his office, they are both arrested. When it comes out in the middle of the trial that one sister did in fact commit the murder, Tommy and the other attorneys still try to get both of them off. Harry's statement at the end of the trial is revealing. You have to infer here.


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