(NOTE TO EDITORS: The following episode of CLOSE TO HOME has been substituted for the programming previously scheduled for Nov. 11.)
DURING A MURDER TRIAL, A TOUGH DEFENSE ATTORNEY TRIES TO SHIFT THE BLAME FROM HIS CLIENT TO THE VICTIM�S PARENTS,
ON "CLOSE TO HOME," ON A SPECIAL NIGHT AND TIME,
FRIDAY, NOV. 11 AT 9:00 PM
Bruce Davison (�Runaway Jury�) reprises his role as Defense Attorney
"Parents on Trial" -- Annabeth must contend with a sharp defense attorney whose tactic for getting his client acquitted of murder is to put the victim�s parents on trial, on CLOSE TO HOME, on a special night and time, Friday, Nov. 11 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Charles Beeson directed the episode written by Erica Shelton.
Bruce Davison (�Runaway Jury�) reprises his role as defense attorney Doug Hellman.
Annabeth must combat the defense�s strategy of putting the victim�s parents on trial by claiming their lifestyle and the father�s relationship with the defendant is to blame for their son�s death. Now, Annabeth must find evidence that will convince a jury that the defendant is guilty of the murder of the 6-year-old boy.
Annabeth Chase: Jennifer Finnigan
Jack Chase: Christian Kane
Maureen Scofield: Kimberly Elise
Steve Sharpe: John Carroll Lynch
Danny Robel: Conor Dubin
Det. Lou Drummer: Barry Shabaka Henley
Rick Ericson: Tim Quill
Jodie Ericson: Fay Masterson
Friend: Jessica Anne Bogart
Karla Miller: Lauren Stamile
Doug Hellman: Bruce Davison
CSI: Sumalee Montano
Beverly: Gathers Tamara Mark
Bailey: Michael Ormsby
RATING: To Be Announced