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Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 3
Disc No : 2.7 Episode : 44
First Aired : 5 Jun 1994 Stardate : 47944.2
Director : Avery Brooks Year : 2370
Writers : Bill Dial Season : 2
Guest Cast :
Caroline Lagerfelt as Makbar
Fritz Weaver as Kovat
John Beck as Raymond Boone
Julian Christopher as Cardassian Voice
Richard Poe as Gul Evek
Rosalind Chao as Keiko O'Brien
Moral :
Justice : Innocent until proven guilty is something not all people are lucky enough to have.
Sayings : An eye for an eye, a tooth for identification purposes.
Factoid : This is the first episode directed by Avery Brooks.
Quote : "I'm no angel, but I try to live every day as the best Human being I know how to be. I need my little girl to wake up in the morning and look up at me and see a man she can respect." - O'Brien to Odo.

Plotline

When Miles O'Brien is kidnapped and put on trial by the Cardassians, he must face a justice system in which both guilt and sentance are determined before the trial begins.


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