Deputy (2020– )
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When Charlie and Joseph arrest a man on his way to a major drug deal, they end up bringing a bigger fight than expected back to the station. Meanwhile, Cade and Teresa continue to deal with... See full summary »


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Will Beall (created by), Clay Senechal | 3 more credits »


Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Dorff ... Sheriff Bill Hollister
Yara Martinez ... Dr. Paula Reyes
Brian Van Holt ... Detective Cade Ward
Bex Taylor-Klaus ... Deputy Brianna Bishop
Danielle Moné Truitt ... Charlie Minnick
Shane Paul McGhie ... Deputy Joseph Harris
Natalia Cigliuti ... Teresa
Josh Helman ... Deputy Carter
Christopher Naoki Lee ... Kaito Hamanaka
Michael Harney ... William Hollister Sr. (as Michael J. Harney)
Jaime Ray Newman ... D.A. Carol Riley
Kathryn Smith-McGlynn ... DFCS Social Worker Nicole James
Mimi Fletcher ... Nurse Lisa
Steve Louis Villegas ... Gangster
Casey Messer ... Reporter


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When Charlie and Joseph arrest a man on his way to a major drug deal, they end up bringing a bigger fight than expected back to the station. Meanwhile, Cade and Teresa continue to deal with the complication in the adoption of their foster children and Bill comes to a big realization about his job as Sherriff, as the window on his term continues to close. Written by brahamdali

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Action | Crime | Drama | Western



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No law enforcement officer would pull over a vehicle without running the license plate. This would inform the LEO if the vehicle is stolen or suspected of any problems. Additionally, in most jurisdictions, it could also be determined if anyone that's associated with that vehicle has a criminal record. That association could be due to being on the registration or having been previously pulled over in the vehicle. See more »

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Procedurely this episode is a dud
13 March 2020 | by MiketheWhistleSee all my reviews

In the first five minutes I about lost my mind with this episode. The car is pulled over without having run the plates. That would never be done. I can't tell from the car, but the only time that might ever happen is if the police vehicle has a license plate scanner which would automatically ding if the plate was stolen.

Forgetting that, in a two car team, one LEO would never allow their partner to pursue a suspect on foot alone. Because of the bag, they would secure it, likely in their own vehicle, but then would either in the car or on foot pursue the suspect. The bag is secured because if it had something dangerous, which under the circumstances is possible, not doing so could allow a child that might go to the car and take the back or an adult wanting to see what they could get. The next step is to backup your partner. I'd have to rewatch it to know for sure whether the bag was secured at the same time the suspect was caught, but the deputy was pretty unmotivated. In real life you run to secure the bag and then run to your partner. As a training officer, she would know that. Additionally, this also means she let the trainee pursue a potentially dangerous felon alone.

OK, even though I can't get any of that out of my head (my family is full of LEOs so I know of what I speak), the rest of the ep wasn't bad. But it really makes me wonder who they have as a technical advisor.

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12 March 2020 (USA) See more »

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