Each Supreme Court term begins on the first Monday in October. Currently, the Court's evenly divided between conservatives and liberals. Moderate Justice Joseph Novelli has just joined them. The show follows their cases and lives.
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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Series cast summary:
Joe Mantegna ...  Justice Joseph Novelli 13 episodes, 2002
James Garner ...  Chief Justice Thomas Brankin 13 episodes, 2002
Charles Durning ...  Justice Henry Hoskins 13 episodes, 2002
Camille Saviola ...  Justice Esther Weisenberg 13 episodes, 2002
James McEachin ...  Justice Jerome Morris 13 episodes, 2002
James Karen ...  Justice Michael Bancroft 13 episodes, 2002
Gail Strickland ...  Justice Deborah Szwark 13 episodes, 2002
Stephen Markle Stephen Markle ...  Justice Theodore Snow 13 episodes, 2002
Lyman Ward ...  Justice Brian Chandler 13 episodes, 2002
Hedy Burress ...  Ellie Pearson 13 episodes, 2002
Randy Vasquez ...  Miguel Mora 13 episodes, 2002
Joe Flanigan ...  Julian Lodge 13 episodes, 2002
Christopher Wiehl ...  Jerry Klein 13 episodes, 2002
Linda Purl ...  Sarah Novelli 12 episodes, 2002
Rachel Grate ...  Beth Novelli 8 episodes, 2002
Brandon Jack James ...  Andrew Novelli 6 episodes, 2002
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Each Supreme Court term begins on the first Monday in October. Currently, the Court's evenly divided between conservatives and liberals. Moderate Justice Joseph Novelli has just joined them. The show follows their cases and lives.

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USA

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English

Release Date:

15 January 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Az igazság napja See more »

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(13 episodes)

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Stereo

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Color
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Takes place in the same "universe" as JAG (1995) and NCIS (2003). Dean Stockwell's character, Senator Sheffield, later appeared on "JAG" and became the secretary of the Navy. See more »

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Referenced in JAG (1995) See more »

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Our Constitution is alive and well on "First Monday."
22 January 2002 | by specialk-16See all my reviews

Finally, the viewing public will see the "Judicial Branch" of our government. The portrayal of this branch of our government is very necessary. I do wish that James Garner would not smoke on the show. We watched John Wayne smoke through his career and die through the media. Please eliminate the smoke screen and allow the stars to shine.


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