Monday, September 20, 2010

[video] Outlaw - Pilot

"Starring Emmy Award winner Jimmy Smits (L.A. Law), executive producer John Eisendrath (Alias) brings us a drama that isn’t afraid to speak truth to power. Cyrus Garza is quitting the Supreme Court and returning to private practice. Determined to represent “the little guy,” he’s using his inside knowledge of the justice system to travel across the country and take on today’s biggest and most controversial legal cases. And he’s making plenty of powerful people unhappy along the way. 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." -- iTunes Store

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Episode Summary
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. Garza’s first case -- a last ditch attempt to save a condemned client from death -- tests his mettle and resolve as they have never been tested before. Aided by a legal team comprised of his best friend, respected defense attorney Al Druzinsky (David Ramsey), loyal law clerk Mereta Stockman (Ellen Woglom), Yale-educated and conservative Eddie Franks (Jesse Bradford) and sassy private eye Lucinda Pearl (Carly Pope), Garza seems likely to make his mark as a legal crusader. However, by flouting the system and turning maverick, he may have made some dangerous enemies in very high places -- enemies who, even now, may be actively plotting against him.

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