Judging Amy/The Justice League of America

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The Justice League of America
Season 3, Episode 18
Airdate March 26, 2002
Written by Hart Hanson
Directed by Martha Mitchell
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The Justice League of America is the eighteenth episode of the third season of Judging Amy, and the sixty-third episode overall.

Guest Stars: Richard Burgi (Michael Cassidy), Timothy Omundson (Sean Potter), Inny Clemons (Robert Clifton), Chris Sarandon (Barry Krumble), Robert Mailhouse (David Humboldt), James Patrick Stuart (Charles Manners), Gretchen German (Elise Rolfsten), Julia McIlvaine (Pamela Taylor), Sean Smith (Alumni Volunteer #1), Rachael Harris (Alumni Volunteer #2), Anton Yelchin (Davis Bishop (uncredited))


Plot Overview

Amy attends her ten-year law school reunion and has a less than stellar time until Judge Krumble shows up to be with her; Maxine gets a disturbing phone call from a 12-year-old boy threatening to commit suicide; she also tries to help out a teenage girl that Amy sentenced to stay in a facility called Buckley Hills who claims that she was mistreated by the staff at the facility; Maxine's decision to send the girl back to Buckley Hills ends on a shocking note when she learns that the girl committed suicide.


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