After his former girlfriend is killed and he becomes the prime suspect, D.A. Rusty Sabich goes on a search to find the real killer and finds out he/she may be closer to him than he thinks. Written by
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Sometimes it's dangerous to presume.
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Did You Know?
Near the beginning, Harrison Ford
sits down at a computer to review case files. Most of the defendants listed for various sex-related crimes are actually members of the crew on the film. See more
On several occasions, Rusty Sabich refers to his boss, Raymond Horgan, as Raymond Horrigan. See more
I'm a prosecutor. I'm part of the business of accusing, judging and punishing. I explore the evidence of a crime and determine who is charged, who is brought to this room to be tried before his peers. I present my evidence to the jury and they deliberate upon it. They must determine what really happened. If they cannot, we will not know whether the accused deserves to be freed or should be punished. If they cannot find the truth, what is our hope of justice?
Referenced in Oh, Woe Is Me
Music by Shamus O'Connor
Original Lyrics by John J. Stamford
American Version Lyrics by Red Latham
, Walter Carlson
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