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Quincy, M.E.: Jury Duty

Summoned to jury duty, Quincy finds flaws in the prosecution's case. Never one to let procedure stand in the way of justice, Quincy soon lands himself in hot water with his outbursts: jury members aren't supposed to ask questions!

Episode Info
Episode number: 6x12
Production Number: 55331
Airdate: Wednesday February 18th, 1981

Director: Georg Fenady
Writer: Preston Wood

Guest Stars
Bob LarkinBob Larkin
As Mr. Munson
Joe MarossJoe Maross
As Dr. Morrisey
John PapaisJohn Papais
As Len
Margueritte RayMargueritte Ray
As Mrs. Timothy
Marland ProctorMarland Proctor
As 1st Bailiff
Michael FoxMichael Fox
As Dr. Feld
Raymond DukeRaymond Duke
As Joe Casey
Robert AldaRobert Alda
As Defense Attorney George Temple
Sam GroomSam Groom
As Hillyer
William McDonald (1)William McDonald (1)
As 1st man
Dave TurnerDave Turner
As Ned - Clerk
David SomervilleDavid Somerville
As Literary Agent
Gina AlvaradoGina Alvarado
As Mrs. Hatfield
Jim MolindaJim Molinda
As Lt. Davis
Jim NegeleJim Negele
As Mike Kaynor
Joan DarlingJoan Darling
As Judge Flo Finolium
Karl LukasKarl Lukas
As 2nd man
Morgan StevensMorgan Stevens
As Frank Munson
Main Cast
Jack KlugmanJack Klugman
As Dr. R. Quincy
Episode Goofs
It is quite unlikely that Quincy would ever serve on a jury, and certainly not if the prosecutor suspected its forensic evidence was weak. The process of voir dire permits both advocates to question potential jurors. They may dismiss any number of jurors for cause (the judge must agree that the cause they cite is valid), and if that fails, they may issue a certain number of peremptory challenges that require no justification.

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