Murder One

Season 1 Episode 7

Chapter Seven

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Nov 09, 1995 on ABC
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When Deadline reports the existence of a mystery witness for the prosecution, Miriam Grasso discovers that there's somebody leaking information from her office as well. The witness is linked to Dr. Lester and can give some astonishing information about the night of the murder. Lisa Gillespie defends a famous rapper's young brother, who shot a gang member in front of several witnesses, including some policemen. Hoffman gets very annoyed when Richard Cross gives Neil Avedon some bad advice.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Lynn Blades

    Lynn Blades

    News Reporter

    Guest Star

    Samuel "Caffeine" Monroe, Jr.

    Samuel "Caffeine" Monroe, Jr.

    Trey

    Guest Star

    Mark Prince Edwards

    Mark Prince Edwards

    Gangsta #1

    Guest Star

    Gregory Itzin

    Gregory Itzin

    Roger Garfield

    Recurring Role

    Vanessa Zima

    Vanessa Zima

    Elizabeth Hoffman

    Recurring Role

    Nancy Lee Grahn

    Nancy Lee Grahn

    Connie Dahlgren

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Hoffman: I'll make this real simple, Neil. I am your only friend. Anything you say to anyone else can be used against you in court. For your own sake you trust me, and me alone. Until we're past this, you consider everyone else an enemy.

      • Hoffman: Who told you the results of our jury survey?


        Crowley: You know I can't answer that.


        Hoffman: If I've got a traitor working for me, I'd like to know.


        Crowley: And speaking hypothetically, what do I get in return?


        Hoffman: I'd say the pleasure of knowing you did the right thing, but I know better.

      • Hoffman: This case needs your honesty, Miriam.


        Grasso: Blow any more smoke up my bustle and you'll set the sprinklers off.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Hoffman: I feel like I've been watching a production of Waiting For Godot. It's fascinating, but what does it mean?

        Waiting For Godot, the 1953 play by Samuel Becket, tells the story of two people waiting for a third character to arrive. At the end of the play nothing really has happened.