L.A. Law

Season 4 Episode 16

Bounds for Glory

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Aired Friday 10:00 PM Mar 22, 1990 on NBC
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To the dismay of Becker and Brackman, Rosalind becomes Abby's strong supporter when a major client leaves the firm after he is unsuccessful in pressuring Abby not to pursue a dismissal of charges against his drug-addicted son, but to convince his son instead to accept a plea bargain that will send him to jail; Rollins' client is sued by the owner of an oversized frog when she disqualifies the amphibian from the jumping contest she's promoting; Kelsey represents the parents of a slain teenager when they sue the parents of the young skinhead who murdered their son; Benny inadvertently sets off a bidding war hampered by attorneys and paralegals when he decides to sell his baseball card collection; as her overbearing manner begins to set the other attorneys on edge, Rosalind mounts a subtle campaign for absolute control of the firm by undermining McKenzie's influence with clients.

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Don S. Davis

Don S. Davis

Judge Richard Bartke

Guest Star

Mark Klastorin

Mark Klastorin

ADA Haller

Guest Star

eljko Ivanek

eljko Ivanek

Joel Lassen

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Diana Muldaur

Diana Muldaur

Rosalind Shays

Recurring Role

Peter Kevoian

Peter Kevoian

D.D.A. Jim Aoli

Recurring Role

Keith Mills

Keith Mills

Judge Walter Green

Recurring Role

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