When Javier Rodriguez Rodriguez and his partner are stopped by General Salazar's men in the opening sequence, Javier holds his hands against the steering wheel in a "surrender" position. As the scene plays out, his hands are alternately in the air or on the steering wheel.
The last name of actor Peter Riegert is spelled two different ways in the credits. The first time it appears on screen at the end of the movie it's Reigert, which is wrong. The second time, Riegert, is right.
Francisco Flores has distinctive wounds on his left cheek and forehead when first shown in surveillance photos, but those wounds are only visible after he is tortured by General Salazar's men, long after the photos were taken.
When Eduardo is eating the poisoned food he complains about it and then beings to take a sip of water, the camera cuts to a shot from behind his head and back but he is not holding the water glass anymore.
When Judge Wakefield and his wife talk to their daughter after she is released from jail, the living room walls are painted mocha brown. Two to 3 minutes into the scene, the walls are clearly green in color.
The Ohio license plates used in the movie have 4 letters and three numbers. The state recently changed from a 3-and-3 format to 3 letters and 4 numbers. In addition, the front license plate on Seth's car does not have the name of the county on the bottom, as Ohio plates have.
In Wakefield's meeting with the Chief of Staff, he's told his first media briefing will be in a month. One of movie's final scenes is that media briefing. Meaning the time frame from arrest to trial for Carlos Ayala is less than a month. That's highly unlikely, in fact almost impossible, for a major criminal trial.