The story begins with the focus on an ambitious judge - Madonald Carey - who has City Hall and governor as goals; a judge who has a plane accident because he was drunk. Then the newspaper investigator McNally comes to see him and brings with him proofs that the judge was involved by fraud and swindle about probation records in court; false judgments that spoiled many families. And because if this treachery, one poor victim took her own life. This time, you have understood that the corruptors are scavengers in court, instead out of the court, as we usually see. Some poignant scenes, such as this one of a poor woman with her mute daughter, both victims of the rotten magistrates. You have here an unusual evil guy as Madonald Carey taking advantage over a poor deaf mute child.
Directed by Arthur Hiller.
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