Disgusted with criminals escaping the judicial system via technicalities, an idealistic young judge investigates an alternative method for punishing the guilty. Written by
Someone has hidden justice within the law. Now justice is breaking out.
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The film's title is taken from a controversial English law court called the "Star Chamber" which was founded in 1487 by King Henry VII. This court sat at the Royal Palace of Westminster until 1641. The "Star Chamber" was so-called because the ceiling of the court where the judges met featured gold decorative stars. The court operated as a supplement to local justice processes where other courts of law could not for one reason or another enforce justice. This court took its name from another court also called the "Star Chamber" or "Starred Chamber" from the reign of King Edward II which functioned for meetings of the King's Council. See more
Obvious stunt double when Judge Hardin is tumbling down the chute in Monk & Coombs' warehouse. See more
Superior Court Judge Steven R. Hardin
There's a lot of nobility in this room. Must be the paneling.
Referenced in Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead