Judd for the Defense/What You Can Do with Money

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What You Can Do with Money
Season 1, Episode 21
Airdate February 9, 1968
Production Number 1821
Written by Harold Gast, William Froug
Directed by Boris Sagal
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What You Can Do with Money is the twenty-first episode of the first season of Judd for the Defense, and the twenty-first episode overall.

Guest Stars: Albert Salmi (Malcolm Iverson), Janice Rule (Carla Gregg), Charles Aidman (Norman Gregg), Whit Bissell (Moss), Curt Conway (Judge), William Jordan (Detective Sgt. Sidney Wagner), Roy Poole (District Attorney Donald McDonald), Fernando Roca (Diego Ramirez), Robert Rothwell (Bellman), Pamela Dunlap (Imogene), J.D. Jones (Pilot), Robert Easton (Fred Sherwood)

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Plot Overview

At the behest of an old friend, Judd agrees to defend her husband, a brilliant engineer, on a murder charge, the defense being that he killed the victim after the man attacked his wife. He then must work through the machinations of his client's high-profile boss, as well as determining whether his client's wife is telling the truth about the alleged attack and her relationship to the victim.

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