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In Justice: Confessions

Jason Conti brings a case to the National Justice Project about a teenager who he believes is wrongly convicted of killing his sister.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: 105
Airdate: Friday January 20th, 2006

Director: Steven DePaul
Writer: Terri Kopp


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Guest Stars
Rebecca Pidgeon
As Charlotte Conti
Recurring
Christopher Cousins
As Richard Kenyon
Debra Wilson
As Detective Powell
Joel McKinnon Miller
As Detective Lawson
Johnny Savas
As Victor
Klea Scott
As Cheryl Fullbright
Kurt Fuller
As Kenneth Long
Laura Ortiz
As Ashley
Lorna Raver
As Bonnie Levin
Rich Hutchman
As Douglas
Richard Gant
As Judge Walker
Senyo Amoaku
As Gangbanger
Episode Notes
Viewers: 8.9 million



Episode Quotes
Sonya: So there's something I don't understand. The police lied to get Kevin to confess. You lied to get Deakins to confess. What's the difference?
Charles: (Looks down)
Sonya: You don't have an answer.
Charles: No.
Sonya: Life is complicated?
Charles: (Smiles) That works.



Cultural References
Conti: We ran your name through Megan's List, Douglas...

Megan's List is a listing of registered sex offenders, created after Megan’s Law, named after seven-year-old Megan Kanka, a New Jersey girl who was raped and killed in 1994 by a twice-convicted sexual offender who had moved in across the street from the Kankas without their knowledge.

President Clinton signed the federal “Megan’s Law” on May 17, 1996 which required the release of relevant information to protect the public from sexually violent offenders.



Warning: In Justice season 1 episode 4 guide may contain spoilers
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