Two flashy Las Vegas defense attorneys go to the mat for their clients.
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 ADA Thomas Cole 10 episodes, 2010-2011
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Two flashy Las Vegas defense attorneys go to the mat for their clients.

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In Vegas even justice is hot.

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Crime | Drama

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22 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Despite sharing the same title, airing on the same network (CBS), and being about a pair of lawyers, this series is not a remake, updating, or connected in any way to The Defenders (1961). See more »

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Several episodes show Las Vegas Police and Clark County Sheriff's Office as two separate agencies when both are the same agency: the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. See more »

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Referenced in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: The List (2011) See more »

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The Defenders Takes the Offensive ****
25 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

Still another excellent new television show for the 2010-11 season beckons.

John Belushi and his partner play 2 hip lawyers who really know how to manipulate the system. The partner is one of these cool guys. He seems to have a girl in every town.

This episode dealt with an alleged killing where the defendant claims that he shot the guy by accident, after the latter with a group, came after his brother with bats.

Belushi is excellently able to manipulate the system to get the verdict he wants. Even the judge is fooled by his antics.


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