David Swain is a successful lawyer with political aspirations and he decides to form an organization called the National Justice Project that sets out to help those who were wrongfully ... See full summary »
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 Charles Conti (13 episodes, 2006)
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 David Swain (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Brianna (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Jon Lemonick (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Sonya Quintano (12 episodes, 2006)
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David Swain is a successful lawyer with political aspirations and he decides to form an organization called the National Justice Project that sets out to help those who were wrongfully convicted. Charles Conti a former cop, is the one who investigates all of the cases along with some other volunteers. And once he has enough evidence that proves the person's innocence he gives it to Swain who in turn gets them out and hogs all the glory. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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1 January 2006 (USA)  »

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A Crime Drama For Us Bleeding Hearts!
22 January 2006 | by (usa) – See all my reviews

Here's a well done crime drama that focuses not on the primary victims of crime but on the secondary victims, those wrongly convicted. Jason O'Mara's emotionally driven investigative personality is what drives the show but Kyle MacLachlan's gonzo rich lawyer headline seeking eccentric character makes the show work. There are only two actors who could do this part and spin an entire show, Kyle MacLachlan and Oliver Platt. Either one is perfect casting. Not only do we get a tightly focused message here, we get a tightly focused message that's also very entertaining. The stories are easy to wrap your head around because they all begin with the ultimate underdog, someone who's situation appears hopeless. Who can't root for an underdog? IN JUSTICE is not just another crime drama, it's a crime drama with a heart, a message, and a sense of truth.


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