ANNABETH FACES A TOUGH DEFENSE ATTORNEY WHOSE STRATEGY
FOR GETTING HIS CLIENT ACQUITTED OF MURDER IS TO DELIBERATELY MISLEAD A JURY, ON "CLOSE TO HOME," FRIDAY, MARCH 3
Bruce Davison ("Runaway Jury") Reprises His Role As
Defense Attorney Doug Hellman
Alan Rachins ("LA Law") guest-stars as Judge Meyers
"Reasonable Doubts" -- When Annabeth prosecutes a man for killing his mother-in-law, his defense attorney creates a case against the man's wife by claiming she committed the murder in order to establish reasonable doubt, on CLOSE TO HOME, Friday, March 3 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Lukas Reiter wrote the episode which was directed by Andy Wolk.
Bruce Davison ("Runaway Jury") reprises his role as defense attorney Doug Hellman. Alan Rachins ("LA Law") guest stars as Judge Meyers.
After a man is arrested for killing his mother-in-law, he confesses that he committed the crime. However, the judge throws out the defendant's testimony after his lawyer claims that he was not given legal counsel during his interrogation. When Annabeth uncovers a secret in the defendant's past which could explain why he killed his mother-in-law, the defense tries to deliberately mislead the jury into believing the defendant's wife committed the murder in order to create doubt.
Annabeth Chase: Jennifer Finnigan
Maureen Scofield: Kimberly Elise
Steve Sharpe: John Carroll Lynch
Jack Chase: Christian Kane
Detective George Branch: Erich Anderson
Helen Brooks: Jennifer Hetrick
Karen Randall: Betsy Brandt
Paul Randall: Michael Rodrick
Doug Hellman: Bruce Davison
Judge Meyers: Alan Rachins
Rachel Grant: Darlene Kegan
Susan: Joyce Greenleaf
Forensic Investigator Schmidt: Carlos LaCamara
Michael Brandt: Bob Stephenson
Jury Foreman: Tyrone M. Mitchell
RATING: To Be Announced