|R.G. Armstrong||George David Owens|
|Robert Doyle||Jack Owens|
|Robert F. Lyons||Lon Owens|
|Kent Smith||U.S. Attorney Leonard Vanatter|
|Mario Alcade||Luis Nieves|
|Pilar Seurat||Anita Nieves|
|John Graham||Judge Clay|
|Norma Crane||Dottie, the waitress|
|Ken Lynch||Joe Taylor|
|S. John Launer||Jury Foreman|
|Directed by: Gene Nelson
Written by: John Furia, Jr.
63. Blood Verdict
George David Owens: Obstruction of Justice-Jury Tampering-Murder.
Original air date: 8 October 1967
This episode was not rerun
When another juror dies, a naturalized Cuban, proud of his new American citizenship, is warned to vote "Not Guilty" in a murder trial. Otherwise, acid will be poured on his pregnant wife. The new citizen hides his wife away, but the culprit finds her and waits by the radio to await the jury's verdict.
- Kent Smith was another of Quinn Martin’s “reperatory” actors. In the 1967-68 season, he played the semi-regular part of Edgar Scoville, leader of a small group who believe in The Invaders, which aired in the 1967-68 season.
- Once again, Pilar Seurat and Ken Lynch make appearances on the series.