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The Innocent 

Nick represents a girl who wants to have her father's parental rights terminated after her brother is killed while in his care.

Director:

Juan José Campanella (as Juan Campanella)

Writers:

David Hollander (creator), Anne McGrail

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Simon Baker ... Nick Fallin
Alan Rosenberg ... Alvin Masterson
Wendy Moniz-Grillo ... Louisa 'Lulu' Olson (as Wendy Moniz)
Charles Malik Whitfield ... James Mooney
Raphael Sbarge ... Jake Straka
Dabney Coleman ... Burton Fallin
Kathleen Chalfant ... Laurie Solt
Tate Donovan ... Lou Caffey
Brent Sexton ... Tom Burke
Hallee Hirsh ... Andrea Caffey
Dennis Lipscomb ... Judge
J. Grant Albrecht ... (as Grant Albrecht)
Joyce Guy Joyce Guy ... Janet Gregg
Bruce A. Young ... Albert Gregg
Geraldine Hughes ... Joyce Burke
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Storyline

After a boy was fatally bitten by a firm's parking lot guard dog, Nick takes the case of the sisters' foster parents, the Burke couple, which plans to adopt them. Legally they can't claim damages, needed to move to a proper house, only the boy's lush father Lou Caffey, so Nick circumvents a formal conflict of interest by getting Jake to take 'his' case, planning to seize the profits. Meanwhile Albert Gregg, released after proof he was wrongly jailed 21 years ago, wants to avoid a divorce, but can't control his temper any more. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 November 2002 (USA) See more »

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Final acting role of Dennis Lipscomb. See more »

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