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Presumed Guilty
Season 5, Episode 5
Airdate November 26, 1988
Production Number 5508
Written by Joe Menosky
Directed by Alexander Singer
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Presumed Guilty is the fifth episode of the fifth season of Hunter, and the ninety-second episode overall.

Starring: Fred Dryer (Det. Sgt. Rick Hunter), Stepfanie Kramer (Det. Sgt. Dee Dee McCall)

Also Starring: Charles Hallahan (Captain Charles Devane)

Guest Stars: Dack Rambo (Deputy D.A. Jason Leffler), Debra Sandlund (Susan Stevens), James O'Sullivan (Jerry Dawson), George Jenesky (Tommy Orlowski), Terry Bozeman (Syd Drombrower), Nora Heflin (Christie)

Co-Starring: Corinne Carroll (Caroline), Otto Felix (Judge Huntfield), Michael Canavan (Officer Bennett), Warren Stanhope (Assistant D.A.), Toni Naples (Beverly Hills Housewife #1)

Featuring: Perry Cook (Barney Udall), Edwina Moore (Helen Sims), Julie Ann Nesbit (Woman), Kirk Thornton (Man), Louis Tucker (Security Guard), Charlene Simpson (Beverly Hills Housewife #2), Theresa Hunter (Beverly Hills Housewife #3), Jean Lubin (Beverly Hills Housewife #4), Dan Lorgé (Expert), Edward Paul Allen (Reporter (incorrectly listed as Helen Sims in credits)), Laurie Souza (Hispanic Mother)


Plot Overview

McCall's latest beau, an Assistant District Attorney, insists that he's got enough evidence to send a burglar to the gas chamber for murder, the weapon being a flashlight with the crook's prints all over it. Hunter, however, sees enough reasonable doubt of the accused man's guilt to warrant a further look into the case, creating friction between himself and the ambitious prosecutor and leaving McCall stuck in the middle.


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