The Guardian: Season 2 (2002 - 2003)

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Air date: Sep 24, 2002

Nick (Simon Baker) finds himself possibly facing prison for drug possession and assault, while Burton (Dabney Coleman) again searches for a way to free his son. Caldwell: John Rubinstein. Shannon: Amanda Michalka. Lulu: Wendy Moniz. James: Charles Malik Whitfield. Jake: Raphael Sbarge.

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Air date: Oct 1, 2002

Nick represents a 13-year-old charged with raping and murdering his mother who could be tried for first-degree murder unless Nick can get him sent to juvenile court. Lulu: Wendy Moniz. Laurie Solt: Kathleen Chalfant. Alvin: Alan Rosenberg.

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Air date: Oct 8, 2002

Burton and Mary Gressler (Farrah Fawcett) begin a friendship and he helps her when Mandy's ex wants to take Mandy's body to Atlantic City to be cremated. Meanwhile, Nick and Alvin (Alan Rosenberg) face each other in a legal battle when they represent opposing parties in a battle to remove bodies from a cemetery. Shannon: Amanda Michalka. Caldwell: John Rubinstein. Jake: Raphael Sbarge. Lulu: Wendy Moniz.

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Air date: Oct 15, 2002

Burton announces the partnership of Fallin & Fallin and the firm's first case involves a hospital where a nurse (Victor McCay) has confessed to killing cancer patients. But there's a conflict of interest when James reveals that his grandmother died on the hospital's oncology ward. Drea: Kerry Washington. Jenna: Sarah Rayne. Alvin: Alan Rosenberg. Jake: Raphael Sbarge.

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Air date: Oct 22, 2002

Alvin is arrested when he's found in a "massage" parlor, and he asks Lulu to represent the prostitute (Kathleen York) he was with to help her keep custody of her child. Meanwhile, Nick represents a boy in a custody hearing and makes a disturbing discovery regarding the boy's lead poisoning. Bryant Wilcox: Myles Mason. Seth Hallowell: Francis V. Guinan. Judge Damsen: Denise Dowse.

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Air date: Oct 29, 2002

As the legal guardian of two siblings he represented the year before, Nick (Simon Baker) must find the missing sister so she can be a bone-marrow donor to save her dying brother. Lulu: Wendy Moniz. Burton: Dabney Coleman.

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Air date: Nov 12, 2002

Nick represents two children (Hallee Hirsh, Celeste Hope) in a custody case after their brother dies as a result of their heroin-addicted father's neglect. Meanwhile, Lulu helps a man who was wrongfully imprisoned for 21 years prevent his wife from divorcing him. Lou Caffey: Tate Donovan. Tom Burke: Brent Sexton. Jake: Raphael Sbarge.

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Air date: Nov 19, 2002

Lulu (Wendy Moniz) represents an old friend when one of the woman's adopted children is murdered and the other is taken away after her husband becomes a suspect. Meanwhile, Nick helps a mentally challenged man he knew when he was a boy. Alvin: Alan Rosenberg. Jake: Raphael Sbarge. Laurie: Kathleen Chalfant.

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Air date: Nov 26, 2002

James asks Nick to represent Levi (Lee Thompson Young), who is threatened with a expulsion from school for refusing to name the gang members who beat him up for leaving the gang. Meanwhile, Burton stays at Nick's while recuperating from temporary loss of sight in one eye. Scott Kolbrenner: Paul Gleason. Albert "Sparky" Walters: Al Ruscio.

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Air date: Dec 10, 2002

Nick (Simon Baker) represents a 16-year-old who wants to put her baby up for adoption after her father is arrested for murdering her gravely ill mother. Nick also represents the hospital where Brian (Johnny Sneed) is accused of negligence that led to the death of a patient. Lulu: Wendy Moniz. Laurie: Kathleen Chalfant. Burton: Dabney Coleman.

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