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...and justice for all. (1979) Poster

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Continuity 

Arthur breaks the windshield twice.
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When Pacino is having his final rant in court regarding Forsythe, his jacket is open, then buttoned, then opened again without him even attempting to undo the buttons
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When Gail and Arthur are eating Chinese takeout, Gail opens the same container twice.
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When Arthur and Judge Rayford are in the helicopter, the shots from inside the cabin show the top of "bubble" is clear, but the outside shots show it with a full white sun shield.
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The number of plates that Jay has changes.
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When Arthur and Gail argue about Jay appearing before the committee, Arthur's position on the pillow changes. In the same sequence, the position of the pillow itself also changes.
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Arthur and the judge get coffee after the helicopter ride. How Arthur is wrapped in the blanket is consistent when seen from his point of view, but is different from when seen by the judge.
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When visiting his grandfather for the first time, the level of coffee in Arthur's cup changes between shots.
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As Kirkland's property is being returned to him upon his exit from jail on a contempt charge, the handle on his briefcase changes positions. As the property officer slides a receipt for his property towards Kirkland, the handle is up. As Kirkland signs the receipt, the handle is down. The scene ends with the handle being up.
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Crew or equipment visible 

In one aerial shot of Judge Rayford's helicopter, the shadows of the camera helicopter and Judge Rayford's aircraft are visible together on the water.
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Camera and crew in reflection of window as Arthur leaves with Carl in the new car.
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Factual errors 

Kirkland and the Judge converse quite easily in the cabin of helicopter - difficult enough unless shouting more or less directly into each others' ears, impossible when one party is wearing a full coverage noise canceling headset.
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When a helicopter's motor fails, for whatever reason, it does not just drop straight out of the sky - the pilot puts the nose into a shallow dive and the rotor auto-rotates providing some lift. The chopper glides much like a fixed-wing aeroplane, provided it is high enough to begin the glide and develop enough rotor speed - which the judge would have made sure of since he was anticipating (or at least planning for) running out of fuel.
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Revealing mistakes 

In the scene where Kirkland is being questioned by the ethics committee, the Maryland flag is shown upside down. (Black and Yellow should be on top at the staff side of the flag.)
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When the judge fires his M1911A1 pistol into the courtroom's ceiling, the gun does not eject an empty cartridge case and no debris falls from the ceiling.
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