The demonic Nicholas Diabolus is put on trial accused of interfering with people's lives.
In 1994, a triple homicide at the Miramar home of a vivacious South Florida bar owner shocked the entire community. Pablo Ibar, son of famed Spanish jai alai player Candido Ibar, is convicted of the crime and sentenced to death. After 16 years on death row, the Florida Supreme Court suspends Pablo’s execution and orders a new trial: Pablo’s last chance. In this docuseries, a swirl of characters, including judges, attorneys, victims’ family members, Pablo’s family, other suspects, detectives, jurors, create an epic tapestry of what it means to be on trial in America.
From career-ending LinkedIn posts to life-ruining Yelp posts, Abi's online tomfoolery knows no bounds. However, in a world where online misconduct isn't tolerated, she must confront her online targets face-to-face in this satirical courtroom drama.
Examines the 1879 court case of Standing Bear vs. Crook and the struggle for basic Native American rights.
An author writes a book about witch persecution and is accused of blasphemy.
Maunu Kurkvaara's film has been inspired by the blasphemy trial against the author Hannu Salamaa and Markku Lahtela's novel. The author (Pekka Haukinen) has written a historical novel about witch hunts and has been charged with blasphemy.
In a drama dating back to the 1880s, Maria Toikka (Eila Peitsalo) is called to testify in a trial in which her husband Ville (Matti Oravisto) is charged. The assurances show the events that led to the trial from the previous fall, when Patron Oppman (Fritz-Hugo Backman) begins to approach Mary, offering her money in return for services.
The biggest trial of Nazi war crimes ever: 360 witnesses in 183 days of trial - a stunning and gripping portrayal of the most terrible massacre in history.
A lawyer and his friend travel to Florida to help a fellow partygoer.
A determined housewife goes head-to-head with a $1 billion mining company after its negligent operation ruins her town's water supply.
Forty years later, Guillermo Montesinos, the actor who played José María el Cepa in The Cuenca Crime (1980), directed by Pilar Miró, returns to the various locations where the shooting of the mythical film, narrating the infamous Grimaldos case (1910), took place.
The story of a young enslaved African woman who escapes her master, flees to the Gold Coast and takes her master to court. Based on actual court transcripts, the films breathes life into the graphic novel by the same name to tell her story.
A heinous crime unleashes a media firestorm trial that lands Scott Peterson on death row for the murder of his wife and unborn child. Ten years later it is clear that not everything in this case is what it seems, raising the question: was justice truly served? Using evidence and new information that was never presented to Peterson’s jury at the time, This film re-examines the facts of the case and the affect the intense media attention had on justice.
Since Monsanto began selling their patented 'Roundup Ready' genetically modified (GM) seeds they have sued hundreds of farmers for patent infringement. Michael White, a fourth generation farmer and seed cleaner living in the northeast corner of rural Alabama never imagined that he would become the target of the conglomerates aggressive legal tactics. But unlike other farmers in his area Michael refused to give in to Monsanto and in doing so became one of only a handful of farmers to maintain the ability to speak publicly about his case. This is his story.
A hard-working prospector enters the town of Bakeoven to stake his claim, only to have his rights stolen and his face on "Wanted" posters. He plans reprisal.
An American serviceman stationed in Tokyo, who's engaged to a local singer, faces both a military court-martial and a trial in the Japanese courts after an accidental shooting in which a teenager is killed.
Documentary covering the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal, a black nationalist and journalist in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, convicted of killing a Philadelphia police officer and sentenced to death in a trial marked by controversial prosecutorial and defense tactics and charges of racism.
A young squire accused of murdering a young girl that did not return his feelings of love reveals a supernatural secret at his trial.
The film is based on the real life murder mystery of Sheena Bora. Bollywood actress Mahima Chaudhry makes her debut in Bengali film as Ishani Banerjee, a character based on Sheena's mother and alleged murderer Indrani Mukherjea. Riya Sen will play the part of Rina Bardhan, inspired by Sheena Bora. Media baron Peter Mukherjea, Sheena's stepfather, will be portrayed by Sudeep Mukherjee.