Justice (2006)

Season 1 Episode 5

Wrongful Death

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Sep 27, 2006 on FOX
9.1
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Wrongful Death
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TNT&G represents the daughter of a woman who had been killed in an accident on a roller coaster owned by a major theme park owner. Unfortunately, revelation of the mother's secrets may bolster the defense's theory her death was a suicide.

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  • This episode of Justice is one of the best to date. Please don't cancel it.

    9.1
    In this episode of Justice, a woman dies with her daughter on a rollercoaster is considered a suicide death., but it's up to TNT&G to solve this problem. When Ron's opponent says that the mother actually tried to kill herself on the ride, Ron is now doing anything he can to get her out of the trial innocent. It has also become more of a trial when they have found out amazing clues about the rollercoaster and that Mary (the daughter) has ran away. It's not hard to find her, but Ron's opponent is getting a little too carried away with the trial and the questions. In the end though, TNT&G once again become successful and win the case. I thought that this was a really good episode and one of the best episodes so far.moreless
  • Mackenzie Vega is a standoff

    7.0
    I like the series, but not much of a fan of civil cases. I rather see them do criminal cases. The case involve a accident on a amusement ride which killed a rider isn't much to go on. But in the acting department, I was touched by the acting of Mackenzie Vega. she is the best reason why I'm recommending this ep[isode. She a talent to watch out for. When she is asked to cry on clue, she listened and she does it very well. As for the civil case, It didn't contain many surprises, but Mackenzie Vega is the one to watch out for. If that episode is aired, and I watch, she will be the reason.moreless
  • Best Justice episode to date!!! Fox don't cancel it, PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    10
    I have always been a fan of justice since day 1 and have loved every episode. each episode has been above average and just great, but Wrongful Death went up and above the level of expectation. I have been hearing a lot of news reports of how Fox might pull the plug on justice and it just pisses me off. Justice is one of the most underrated shows out there. It takes the usual lawyer piece of crap show, and turns it into something watchable. Wrongful Death was the best justice episode, so far, and i cant wait for the return in november.moreless
  • Very interesting, the impact of taking it beyond the ordinary.

    9.3
    I find it so interesting how one show can take the complex realm of legal mumbo jumbo and make it interesting one more time. The fun thing is that the character of Ron is already my new favorite... slick, showman and part ring master; and so sure of himself he blows it. Fasinating!
  • Proberly the best of the season.

    10
    This is my favorite episode of the season so far. This episode involves a fourteen year old girls mother who got hit in the head with a medal bar on a rollercoster. The team has to defend the girls rights to a full thirty million instead of a two hundred thousand case and Trot wins. Oh I love Trots attitude.

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • TNT&G's address is 333 South Hope Street in Los Angeles. As Ron and Luther walk back to their office, they enter Bank of America Plaza. 333 South Hope is the address of Bank of America Plaza.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Tom Nicholson: If the hammer works, don't bring out the shotgun.

    • Linda Wallis: Why is Ron on a business show? Why not a network with more viewers? Most jurors don't watch this.
      Tom Nicholson: We're not trying to influence the jury. When you're suing a corporation, you try to influence its board through its stock price. Institutional investors and money managers control most of Pagonon's stock. They watch this show. They'll see Ron on TV and might begin to believe that Pagonon is in real legal trouble. So they'll call to start selling off their Pagonon shares. It will only take about a minute for the price to drop. If the stock price drops low enough, it could pressure Pagonon's board to settle this case with a check big enough to save Mary the pain of trial.

    • Luther Graves: You wanna be a judge, Ron?
      Ron Trott: Hell, no! But I'd like to be asked.

    • Ron Trott: She took her daughter out for a good time and went home in a body bag, Lloyd. So make me a real offer. Quit wasting my time. Give me an amount that makes up for making a 14-year-old girl an orphan.
      Lloyd Barrett: An orphan? Give me a break, Ron, there's no press here.
      Tom Nicholson: Is that funny to you?

    • Lloyd Barrett: (to Ron) Thank you for opening the door so I could dump on the ride operator, Ron. It's nice to know I can always depend on your utter lack of proportion.
      Ron Trott: (to Luther) I went too far.

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