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Murder, She Wrote/Trial by Error

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Trial by Error
Season 2, Episode 13
Airdate January 12, 1986
Production Number 60317
Writer(s) Paul Savage
Story: Scott Shepherd
Director(s) Seymour Robbie
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Murder, She WroteSeason Two
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Trial by Error is the thirteenth episode of the second season of Murder, She Wrote, and the thirty-fifth episode overall.

Guest Stars: R.J.Adams (Victor Assmussen), Allan Miller (Frank Lord), Walter Mathews (Judge Philo Walker), Michael Swan (Cliff Anderson), Diane Lander (Stephanie Reynolds), Tony Bill (Mark Lee Reynolds), Doran Clark (Becky Anderson), David Ackroyd (A.D.A. Tom Casselli), Jon Cypher (Max Flynn), Macdonald Carey (Oscar Ramsey), James Hampton (Jerry Blevins), Alan Hale (Fenton Harris), Robert Casper (Arthur Jasper), Warren J. Kemmerling (Dr. Maurice Webster), Javier Grajeda (Paramedic), John Davis Chandler (Bar customer John Detweiler), Gregory Walcott (Willie Patchecki), Brock Peters (Thornton Bentley), Richard Sanders (Gerald Richard), Gene Evans (Otto Fry), Arlene Golonka (Sally Conover), Gary Frank (Lee Callahan), Virginia Capers (Margo Webster), Lenore Kasdorf (Ally Collins), Norman Burton (Drew Narramore), Tom Ewell (Josh Corbin), Vicki Lawrence (Jackie MacKay)

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Plot Overview

Selected to serve on the jury of a race-car driver accused of killing his lover's husband, Jessica deals with the various other jurors, who debate whether the accused can claim self-defense.

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