Judging Amy/Rights of Passage
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Rights of Passage is the eighth episode of the third season of Judging Amy, and the fifty-third episode overall.
Guest Stars: Timothy Omundson (Sean Potter), Daniel Farris (Samuel Stackhouse), Leo Rossi (Mr. Schmeltzer), Michael Welch (Mike Amble), Gregory Norman Cruz (Ben Leonard), Kevin G. Schmidt (Lewis), Ulysses Cuadra (Duncan), T.J. Hall (Christopher), Markus Flanagan (Lonnie Gage), Floyd "Red Crow" Westerman (Mr. Wheeler), Carolyn McCormick (Ellis Bonham)
Maxine's nephew, Kyle returns to Hartford much to the disgust of Amy; Amy presides over the case of a teenage boy with Native American roots who killed a yak as part of a ritual and has to decide whether the boy should be institutionalized or turned over to the sentencing circle of his Native American tribe; Donna fills in for Bruce as Amy's C.S.O. as Bruce tries to help out a young boy on probation; meanwhile, Maxine tries to figure out why a group of foster kids have marks on their arms.