Reasonable Doubts

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    If you like Law and Order you'd love Reasonable Doubts

    By cierob, Jul 03, 2009

    A precursor to L&O franchise this gripping drama followed the personal and professional lives of Tess Kaufman (Order)and Dicky Cobb (Law). It was way ahead of it's time. Mark Harmon's character Dicky was the shows moral compass. Hated by cops for daring to cross the thin blue line, he reported corrupt cops, ad they retaliated. Although he banged heads repeatedly with the brass and fellow officers Dicky was very effective at his job.

    Tess Kaufman was a highly successful Deputy District attorney despite being deaf. Although she had an interpreter she also relied on Dicky to translate in more informal situations.

    The relationship between the two was the most stable one in both their lives, and blossomed into a great lasting friendship. This is one for the book. It definitely should be released to introduce a whole new generation to a simply fantastic show. Don't take my word for it. Demand your Reasonable Doubts.moreless

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    Unlike many courtroom dramas this show had a quick pace and main characters that felt alive. If this show ever comes to DVD or Court TV I recommend checking it out.

    By McTrooperNow, Aug 23, 2005

    Unlike many courtroom dramas this show had a quick pace and main characters that felt alive. If this show ever comes to DVD or Court TV I recommend checking it out.



    Courtroom drama has been done so many times before that it is hard show something new. Yet, Reasonable Doubts had enough twists and original episodes to keep it interesting. The characters and the pacing made this show enjoyable.



    The show also had sharp cinema-like camera work. That really highlighted the somewhat vibrant world of Reasonable Doubts.



    If your sick of dry court room dramas then this is the answer for you.moreless

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