First Monday

Season 1 Episode 1

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Jan 15, 2002 on CBS
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Is it cruel and unusual under the 8th Amendment to electrocute a death row inmate who had been struck by lightning while under the care of the state? In this case, a man convicted of killing a young girl while robbing a rural store is set to be executed at the electric chair. After his conviction, however, he was struck by lightning and his mental capacity was affected. The Supreme Court refuses to grant certiorari to the inmate, and despite a last minute change of heart by a new justice, he is put to death. A man who fled from Mexico because of his desire to become a woman tries to have the Supreme Court grant him asylum. The petition is denied, however, when the Justices learn that the man does not actually desire a sex change operation, but simply wishes to be a transvestite, and wear women's clothing.moreless

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    Christopher Wiehl

    Christopher Wiehl

    Jerry Klein (Court Clerk)

    Randy Vasquez

    Randy Vasquez

    Miguel Mora (Court Clerk)

    Hedy Burress

    Hedy Burress

    Ellie Pearson (Court Clerk)

    Gail Strickland

    Gail Strickland

    Justice Deborah Swark

    Joe Mantegna

    Joe Mantegna

    Joe Novelli

    James Karen

    James Karen

    Justice Michael Bancroft

    Brooke Marie Bridges

    Brooke Marie Bridges

    Louise Jones

    Guest Star

    Russell Friedenberg

    Russell Friedenberg

    Officer Barnes

    Guest Star

    Scott Lawrence

    Scott Lawrence

    Death Row Guard

    Guest Star

    Linda Purl

    Linda Purl

    Sarah Novelli

    Recurring Role

    Brandon Davis

    Brandon Davis

    Andrew Novelli

    Recurring Role

    Rachel Grate

    Rachel Grate

    Beth Novelli

    Recurring Role

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