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I really like legal dramas and there have been a lot of good ones that I have watched over the years. This will not be one of them. The dialog did not seem at all natural and was very quick and choppy. It seemed that the characters were supposed to be acting cute, but came off as more childish. The soundtrack was poor and distracting. This is no Goodwife, Boston Legal, Suits etc. There are just too many better series on Netflix or Prime to wast your time on a show that this seems to be. If you can not grab me in the first half of a pilot, you lost your chance.
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