Judging Amy

Season 1 Episode 3

Trial By Jury

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Sep 28, 1999 on CBS
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Trial By Jury
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Judge Amy has a friend who is undergoing chemotherapy, and Amy has agreed to take over a case, Amy’s first jury case. A young girl was murdered and her parents are suing the parents of the boy who killed the young girl. Amy has a run in with a former law school classmate representing the girl’s parents. With an emotionally packed case, Amy instructs the jury to not let the emotion of the case sway their judgment. Both sides are determined to use every trick they can come up with, to win. Elsewhere, Maxine decides to buy a new car and seeks Vincent’s help. Vincent does not understand why his mother does not take his writing seriously.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Amy Brenneman

    Amy Brenneman

    Amy Madison Gray

    Dan Futterman

    Dan Futterman

    Vincent Gray (Episodes 1-51, 117- )

    Richard T. Jones

    Richard T. Jones

    Bruce Van Exel

    Jessica Tuck

    Jessica Tuck

    Gillian Gray

    Marcus Giamatti

    Marcus Giamatti

    Peter Gray

    Karle Warren

    Karle Warren

    Lauren Cassidy

    Mercedes Dennehy

    Mercedes Dennehy

    Katy Ralston

    Guest Star

    Susan Slome

    Susan Slome

    Ms. Hardy

    Guest Star

    Greg Zerkle

    Greg Zerkle

    Mr. Harper

    Guest Star

    Reed Diamond

    Reed Diamond

    Stuart Collins

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Vincent: Writing is a mysterious thing. I don't know where it comes from, I don't know where it goes when it goes away. It's fragile.

      • Lauren: Grandma, what's cleavage?
        Maxine: I have no idea.

      • Maxine: Peter, go over there and deal with that sales girl. Something about her scares me. I think it's her teeth.

      • Amy: I happen to remember something Professor Larkin said about you. He said you had a brilliant mind for theatrics, and you would do well in the courtroom, until you met a judge who was smarter than you. Well, guess what just happened.

      • Amy: I have to check my compassion at the door.
        Greta: Says who?
        Amy: I've got to think about the law, not the people.
        Greta: Well, what do you think the law is for? When you uphold the law, you uphold the good of the people. Not just the people in your courtroom. All of them. Nobody loses.

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The title of the episode is, "Trial by Jury." This is an allusion to the saying "trial by fire," which means that a person or item is being tested without much training.

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