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Harry's Law: A Day In The Life

When Harry discovers her client is guilty, she proclaims his guilt in front of the jury when she is not allowed to quit the case. The judge has no choice but to find Harry in contempt and recommend her for permanent disbarment. Meanwhile, Malcolm goes undercover with Cincinnati's finest in exchange for an expunged criminal record.

Source: NBC

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x5
Production Number: 2J5908
Airdate: Monday February 14th, 2011

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Guest Stars
Amy AquinoAmy Aquino
As Judge Marilyn Coulis
Christopher McDonaldChristopher McDonald
As Thomas 'Tommy' Jefferson
Johnny Ray GillJohnny Ray Gill
As Damien Winslow
Paul McCranePaul McCrane
As D.A. Josh Peyton
Gonzalo MenendezGonzalo Menendez
As Det. Eddie Garcia
Link BakerLink Baker
As Officer Warner Smith
Tim ConlonTim Conlon
As Justin
Main Cast
Kathy BatesKathy Bates
As Harriet 'Harry' Korn
Nathan CorddryNathan Corddry
As Adam Branch
Brittany SnowBrittany Snow
As Jenna Backstrom
Aml AmeenAml Ameen
As Malcolm Davies


The scene opens with Harriet in court with District Attorney Patten talking to the jury and he tells that Harriet’s client killed his wife. Patten tells that it is the jury’s duty to make the right choice. Harriet gets up and tells that her client is innocent. However a woman comes up and speaks to Patten. He asks to approach the judge. He tells that the police retrieved a severed finger from Harriet’s client’s safety deposit box. Harriet is shocked to hear the news that her client might not be as innocent as she thought. She meets with Justin in private and he tells that Harriet is supposed to defend him or she is not representing him correctly. She looks at Adam and tells that she has to do something. ..

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