Actual criminal trials are followed on camera.

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Eugenia Eyherabide ...
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William Mudd ...
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Garry Haehnle ...
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Dan Lamborn ...
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Frederick Linc ...
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Michael Runyon ...
 Himself - Deputy District Attorney (2 episodes, 2003-2004)
Eddie Sturgeon ...
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John Philpott ...
 Himself - Deputy District Attorney (2 episodes, 2003)
Tracy Prior ...
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Stacy Running ...
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This series is a documentary about real-life court cases in San Diego, California. A typical episode follows the prosecuting attorneys as they interview witnesses, gather evidence, and present their cases at trial. Written by Brian Barjenbruch

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A Real-Life 'Law & Order.'

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Law & Order: Crime & Punishment  »

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Uses a remixed version of the theme from "Law and Order". See more »

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Narrator: In the criminal justice system, deputy district attorneys represent the people. The prosecutors you are about to see, and the cases they try, are real. Nothing has been reenacted.
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Spun-off from Law & Order (1990) See more »

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Reality DOESN'T bite
21 November 2002 | by (Paoli, PA) – See all my reviews

Well, this short-lived incarnation of LAW & ORDER has shown me that real trials are nowhere near as exciting as their fictional counterparts, no matter how intrinsically interesting the crimes might be. I think that's a good thing for everyone to learn, but they can learn it from a single episode of this show, and give the remaining episodes of this series a miss without missing anything.

Evidently, NBC felt the same way.


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