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Outlaw 1 Season 2010

Season 1
3.9 out of 5 stars (39) IMDb 6.4/10

A playboy and a gambler, Supreme Court Justice Cyrus Garza (Jimmy Smits) always adhered to a strict interpretation of the law until he realized the system he believed in was flawed. Now, he's quit the bench and returned to private practice. Using his inside knowledge of the justice system, Garza and his team take on today's biggest and most controversial legal cases. Garza's team includes his best friend since childhood, Al Druzinsky (David Ramsey), a brilliant defense attorney with liberal beliefs; Mereta Stockman (Ellen Woglom), a hopeless romantic who is Garza's loyal law clerk; Lucinda Pearl (Carly Pope), a wildly unorthodox private investigator who uses her sex appeal and wit to gather information for Garza, and Eddie Franks (Jesse Bradford), a tightly wound, rabidly ambitious Yale-educated attorney, recently hired as Garza's law clerk.

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Jimmy Smits, Carly Pope

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1. Pilot/In Re: Gregory Beals

In the premiere episode, playboy Supreme Court Justice Cyrus Garza (Jimmy Smits) has an epiphany -- which leads him to make a radical decision to step down and go into private practice.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: September 15, 2010
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2. In Re: Officer Daniel Hale

Garza and his team take on an Arizona immigration case but come to the defense of an unlikely party -- Ed Begley Jr. Guest Stars.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 24, 2010
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3. In Re: Jessica Davis

Garza defends an emotionless mother who accidentally kills her daughter -- Jay Mohr Guest Stars.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 1, 2010
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4. In Re: Curtis Farwell

Former Supreme Court Justice Cyrus Garza and his team take on a major car manufacturer's deadly cover-up.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 8, 2010
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5. In Re: Tracy Vidalin

Garza challenges the latest Miranda Rights ruling by defending an alleged cop killer's right to remain silent.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 16, 2010
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6. In Re: Tyler Banks

Garza fights to save the life of an orphan who is being denied an organ transplant -- Elizabeth Pena Guest Stars.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 23, 2010
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7. In Re: Kelvin Jones

When the segregation pf public schools leads to a student's murder, Garza files a class action to put an end to this injustice.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 6, 2010
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8. In Re: Tony Mejia

When a murderer escapes to Mexico, the White House asks Garza for his help.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 13, 2010
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Bonus: Outlaw Sneak Peek

Starring Emmy Award winner Jimmy Smits. Justice Garza always adhered to a strict interpretation of the law. Until he realized the system he always believed in was flawed. Now, he's quit the bench and returned to being an attorney.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 4 minutes Release date: August 27, 2010
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By Clarice T. Wadsworth on November 8, 2010
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This show is one of the sharpest, best written and acted of the new shows. Yet, the network has already seen fit to cancel it. I can't help but wonder if it is more politically movtivated than any othere reason. It deals with current events and issues and points out the flaws in our system of justice, as it stands today. When you watch this show you come away with an understanding of what can happen on a wide variety of issues and how the system has failed to live up to what it is supposed to be. Sure, the shows are fiction, but they appear to be based in fact. When you look at the issues raised in each episode, it is as if you are looking at the headlines in the papers or on the nightly news. This is a great show, which should be allowed to continue. Jimmy Smits as Justice Garza does a great job. He has his faults, but he doesn't let them get in the way of his duty to his clients. The rest of the cast does a great job supporting him. They are like a family and react to each other as a family would react. They don't always agree, sometimes they want to run away, they argue, but in the end, they come together to fight the common enemy (whoever) that may be in the current episode. Keep this show on the air. Let it continue to grow and mature. From what I have seen, thru every episode, it will get better with age.
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Jimmy Smits is wonderful in this as he was in NYPD blue. The content of this series is going to be very thought provoking revealing the court system and judges relationships with attorneys..as well as client and attorney. The relationship between the firm's attorneys is so very well versed. NO 'canned' laughter here, or unfunny blurted out statements....This is not for the 'brain dead'. Smiling............I'm going to love this series and wish it was not pulled from the viewing audience in such a short time.
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Well I am sorry that this TV show only lasted one season. I liked the concept. The acting was good; but not excellent quality. The show does have a few flaws; but the action and the courtroom drama made up for the flaws.
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Segregation of schools still exists and for anyone that lives near a major metropolitan area where large swathes of "minorities" live, they know this is true. The black/Hispanic/poor white schools always receive fewer resources while the schools in wealthier areas have every resource. The context of this in "Kelvin Jones" is made more poignant when the school where a gang style murder takes place is named after the protagonist of this series, Cyrus Garza, played by Jimmy Smits. Smits' character has major flaws, drinking and gambling among them along with a sort of self righteous blindness that gets him into situations where he does not belong. The tension between these flaws, his excellent support staff (read cast) and the cases he fervently latches onto are what make this series tick. This is no less true in "Kelvin Jones" where the courtroom fight does not always look like the outcome Garza wishes to see yet somehow resolves itself in an almost too perfect way (four stars instead of five, a "Hooray for Hollywood" deduction.) I began to watch this series because I trust the quality of acting and drama from Jimmy Smits. He is talented and makes good choices. I would recommend this episode and the entire series thus far as worthwhile and thought provoking.
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I love this show!! But I was very disappointed that there were only 8 episodes. Actually, I felt cheated because I thought I was buying a complete season. I love Jimmy Smits, and the supporting actors were great. I would love to see them produce another season. I would buy it.
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Jimmy Smits is great in this show. So are most of his co-actors. I'd give the show 5 stars for Jimmy Smits's acting and for some of the ideas for the show. However, what breaks down is the writing. Every eipsode ends the same way; much too pat,therefore predictable; at least the 5 I've seen so far. Network may be the problem. CBS. If this show were written by some of the writers on FX or Showtime, maybe the show would work. Shame. But Smits is great in FX's Sons of Anarchy, Season 5, the first 4 episodes at least. Smits plays Nero Padilla, with slick beard, big silver cross, great moves during sex scenes, and Bobby Simone's big heart. I wish we could see more of Smits. He was great in Dexter, Season 3, playing a murderous Miami ADA, a Cuban-Aermican who calls Dexter, Dess-ter.
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There isn't much television that I find good these days. To give you an idea, I do watch Bones, Castle, and Harry's Law, as well as the Duggars. I enjoyed this Jimmy Smits series. They only did 8 episodes of this show, which was disappointing, as I would have been willing to watch more.
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I did want to like this. I like Jimmy Smits. I like court and police dramas. I like most series related to legal issues. I even like the supposed ideology of this thing. But this is bad. Badly written, badly thought, badly put together. Each and every episode, scene, and character is a bad cliché. It is painful to watch.
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