When a high school basketball coach is fired for praying with a student, he files a wrongful termination lawsuit and is represented by a troubled lawyer who happens to be an atheist. In the lawyer's pursuit of justice, he is the person who ends up finding redemption as they fight for the right to pray in school.
Did You Know?
In his opening argument, Harrington describes the coach's conduct as teacher lead prayer. In fact, the student had asked the coach to pray. While there is case law that prohibits coaches from participating in student lead prayer, the lawyer's description of the events was inaccurate and legally irrelevant. See more
Written by Eric Oliver and Sid De La Cruz
Performed by Jon Blaq See more