Mac begins his annual two week stint with the Naval Reserves working in the JAG office. However, instead of pushing papers as he usually does he is assigned to a case where a female supply officer named Kit Boone is accused of murdering a co-worker who she claims tried to rape her. Mac soon discovers that there is more to this case than a simple claim of attempted rape and soon discovers that Kit is a suspect in a series of thefts from the naval supply warehouse. However, he also thinks that she is covering up for her estranged husband with whom she had an argument prior to the killing. Now Mac must get to the truth and not only try to prove that his client is not only innocent of murder but of theft as well all the while he is dealing with an arrogant prosecuting attorney.
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
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Mildred mentions that Mac is the greatest lawyer since William Jennings Bryan, to which Mac says that he lost his biggest case. He apparently is talking about the famous Scopes Trial, which technically Jennings won in court, but lost in the court of public opinion. See more
Mac incorrectly uses "inferring" instead of "implying". A lawyer like McMillan would know the difference. See more