A sexy, suspense-driven legal thriller about a group of ambitious law students and their brilliant, mysterious criminal defense professor. They become entangled in a murder plot and will shake the entire university and change the course of their lives.
Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne? is a Turkish television drama series produced by Ay Yapım and broadcast on Kanal D. The series is based on Vedat Türkali's novel, Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne?, which was made into a film in 1986. The series is written by duo Ece Yörenç and Melek Gençoğlu. The soundtrack was done by Toygar Işıklı.
Teen Michelle Carter’s actions shocked a nation — but what really happened behind closed doors?
The story revolves around the social and economic issues of citizens in Pakistani society alongside highlighting deeply rooted problems in Pakistan including and particularly child rape.
A panel of three judges hear court cases, argue the merits of the case amongst themselves, and render a verdict.
The story of three of the children who were victims in the 2012 grooming and sex trafficking case in Rochdale, for which nine men were convicted and sentenced. The drama explores how these girls were groomed, how they were ignored by the authorities directly responsible for protecting them, and how they eventually made themselves heard.
Explore the 1999 disappearance and murder of 18-year-old Baltimore County high school student Hae Min Lee, and the subsequent conviction of her ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, a case brought to global attention by the hugely popular Serial podcast.
In a world television first, Revelation takes cameras into the criminal trials of notorious Catholic priests accused of sex crimes against children. Through a series of extraordinary interviews filmed during the trials, Revelation uncovers the secret lives and motivations of some of the most reviled men of modern times. How does a man of God become a predator of children? Revelation culminates in the Vatican with the story of a high ranking Cardinal accused of abusing boys in an orphanage in Australia. Across three compelling episodes Revelation presents the deepest portrayal of the culture and system that protected perpetrators of heinous crimes against children.
The Sheriffs Are Coming is a British Television fly on the wall documentary series, broadcast on BBC One, that follows the work of High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEOs) from Frank G Whitworth, High Court Enforcement.
A robbery case subtly interweaves the fate of three strangers: a barrister in a wheelchair Matt Ko Chit-hang, a Hong Kong girl May Tam Mei-ching, and District Crime Unit detective Funny Cheung Lap-fan. Implicated by her gangster boyfriend, Mei-ching is charged with attempted robbery and is found guilty. Although Chit-hang, as the lawyer representing Mei-ching, fails to exculpate her from the charge, the two fall in love with each other. Gradually, under Chit-hang's guidance, Mei-ching manages to turn over a new leaf after getting out of jail. Through his investigation, Lap-fan learns that, many years ago, he negligently shot and thereby paralyzed a civilian, who turns out to be Chit-hang...
We the People with Gloria Allred is an American nontraditional/dramatized court show that debuted in first-run syndication on September 12, 2011. The series is presented by famed celebrity lawyer/attorney Gloria Allred, who also serves as co-producer with series creator Byron Allen through his production company Entertainment Studios, LLC. John Cramer does the narration of the judge's final verdict. We the People with Gloria Allred was renewed for a second and third season.
Snap Judgment was a daily American legal comedy television program, which aired on CourtTV from 1999 to 2000, hosted by commentator Lionel, and created by The Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead.
Court TV described it as "an irreverent, satirical and 'judicially incorrect' look at the absurdities that exist in all areas of the legal system."
According to a review in the New York Observer, "Snap Judgment, hosted by the AM radio personality currently known as Lionel, is a novelty for Court TV, a satirical examination of the process it otherwise treats so reverently. The show contains court testimony from absurd lawsuits and profiles of obscure players in the legal profession." According to The New York Times, "Shown on weeknights, the show features Lionel offering sardonic commentary on legal events in the news and video excerpts from trials, often from small-claims courts. An "expert" then joins Lionel in analyzing the cases. One recent case: a fight between two neighbors over injury to a chicken that inspired producers to book the Chicken Man, whose usual job is on-street promotion for poultry dinners."
A four-part documentary about the South African Paralympic and Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius, who shot and killed his girlfriend in the early hours of Valentine's Day 2013. The story of a man and a nation both born to great disadvantage, the film follows the challenges, hopes and triumphs of both and the demise of their dreams under the glare of the world media.
The Law Firm is an hour-long reality television, nontraditional court show series that premiered on NBC on July 28, 2005. In the series, twelve young up-and-coming trial lawyers competed for a grand prize of $250,000.
At the end of each show, attorney Roy Black decided which two competitors were the weakest and needed to be dismissed, using the catchphrase "The verdict is in. You're out."
The series was cancelled by NBC after two weeks on the air due to weak ratings.