Disgusted with criminals escaping the judicial system via technicalities, an idealistic young judge investigates an alternative method for punishing the guilty. Written by
The only one willing to stop them is one of their own. And when you know who they really are, you'll wish you didn't.
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The number of magistrates, judges and justices that sat on "The Star Chamber" was nine, the same number as the American Supreme Court. See more
After deciding to correct the mistake the Star Chamber has made, Judge Hardin is seen in his dark office. The lights are off except for the desk lamp he is using. The office door is open showing the adjacent courtroom where Judge Caulfield appears, calling Hardin. When Hardin exits his office, entering the courtroom, his office is brightly lit. See more
Dr. Harold Lewin
How can someone torture a child? How do you erase that sound from your head? Those two are creatures, they're not human beings.