The pulpy miniseries Texas Justice comes to disc with a handful of features not common to releases of made-for-TV dramas. Presented as it was originally aired -- in full-screen, non-letterboxed format -- the entire three-hour-plus film features commentary from veteran director Dick Lowry and writer T.S. Cook, as well as selectable cast bios.It's Reversal of Fortune meets Jerry Springer in this made-for-TV miniseries, which concerns the true-life tale of a Texas oil magnate on trial for conspiring to murder his brassy ex-wife -- and for very successfully doing away with her lover and daughter. Texas Justice stars Peter Strauss as Cullen Davis, a millionaire businessman who falls in love with the tempestuous, lower-class Priscilla (Heather Locklear), a young woman with a checkered past and a temper to match. When their relationship goes sour, Cullen's jealousy flares up and he does the unthinkable -- but in the courtroom, he attempts to clear his name with the help of the grandstanding, high-powered attorney Richard Haynes (Dennis Farina).