||This episode tried, but was not quite up to it. Maybe it had something to do with the court's strange reaction to due process (although we can assume that a future court has its own ideas of due process) but both Shaw and Cogley could get away with leading questions and the odd bit of speculation. They tried, but did not quite get things right. It also seems that they did not quite think through the idea of having Finney hiding on board. Even if the internal sensors (assuming the Enterprise was supposed to have them) were not working, a tricorder scan could find him in seconds. Finally, since Areel Shaw is supposed to be an old flame of Kirk's (there must be quite a few) she should not be involved with the trial because of the conflict of interest. It had its moments, the scene where Kirk decided to stand up to Commodore Stone and demand a court martial for one. Elisha Cook's technophobic lawyer was partly convincing, but he seemed to go a bit far in places. The remastered scenes were good. We saw the Enterprise in dire need of a clean after the ion storm and the planet views, plus lots of shuttlecraft buzzing around. Best of all, we had a glimpse of another Connie, although it was impossible to read the name. However, the plot had a few holes, and somehow any drama seemed forced. This one comes up short, but it is still watchable.