Raising the Bar

Season 1 Episode 3

I Will, I'm Will

Aired Monday 10:00 PM Sep 15, 2008 on TNT

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  • Slow going with character development but Jerry (still annoying) is learning some tact, his energy and desire to help his client is endearing. Judge Kessler is still an idiot and her reliance on her clerk is pathetic.

    Jerry Kellerman the main character is passionate about his clients and certainly seems to spend a lot of time on their defence. In this episode his client is a likeable character in jail for assault and larceny and facing fie years in jail. The catch is that he is mentally ill, he vividly remembers the day it happened and the big blobs of blue snow falling from the sky. Jerry tries everything to have Will sentenced to a residential mental institution but when that backfires he even tries to have Wills family help. When all that fails he must go to trial and by clever examination he gets his client partly exonerated and sentenced to time served.. he hopes his client will get help but Will can't wait to see blue snow again.
    Richards client Kea is also likeable and typical of those unfairly dealt with by the legal and welfare system. As sole carer of her Grandmother she is fighting an uphill battle and a year in jail seems extreme..good on the show for highlighting such a social justice issue.
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