Mistrial (1996)

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An angry cop literally kidnaps a court proceeding in a desperate bid for justice in this made-for-cable drama. Eddie Rios (John Seda) stands accused of the murder of two police officers, but he's found not guilty due to a lack of proper evidence. Steve Donohue (Bill Pullman), the detective who brought Rios in, is outraged by this decision, and in a burst of anger he pulls his gun and holds the defendant, the judge, and the jury hostage, demanding they immediately retry Rios, with Donohue presenting evidence he was forbidden to show the jury due to legal technicalities. Mistrial also stars Robert Loggia, Blair Underwood, and Roma Maffia.
Rating:
R (adult situations/language, violence)
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Studio:
HBO Video

Cast

Bill Pullman
as Det. Steve Donohue
Robert Loggia
as Capt. Dan Unger
Blair Underwood
as Lt. C. Hodges
Jon Seda
as Eddie Rios
James Rebhorn
as Mayor Taylor
Roma Maffia
as Laurie
Leo Burmester
as Commissioner Crane
Josef Sommer
as Nick Mirsky
Richard Chevolleau
as Willy Sandoval
Roberta Maxwell
as Judge Friet
Peter MacNeill
as Chief Inspector Hartman
Miriam Colon
as Mrs. Cruz
Christina Cox
as Ida Cruz
Stewart Bick
as Evan Glassman
Alice Poon
as Linda Woo
Bruce Beaton
as Stanley Shapiro
Gene Mack
as Sgt. B. Adams
Hugh Thompson
as Sgt. Reeves
Brad Borbridge
as Officer Randazzo
Penny Crone
as Fox Reporter
Scott Wickware
as Patrolman No. 1
Tony Meyler
as Patrolman No. 2
Ombretta Carfagnini
as Denise Viera
André Todorovic
as Gilberto Rios
Cecilley Carroll
as Lisa Donohue
Christopher Redman
as Martin Donohue
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December 23, 2003
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Audience Reviews for Mistrial

A little better than average court room thriller. The cast is good, the story is a little far fetched, but it moves along at a pretty good pace. Nothing great but watchable

James Higgins
James Higgins

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