In this season 3 opener public defender Christine secures her elderly blind vulnerable client a straight-up acquittal on 7 felony counts, including felony assault on firefighter and police officer despite having an officer attempt to murder her client while he was in the hospital!
The finale for season 2 is a self-defense murder containing two jury trials; the first which ended in a mistrial and the second unfortunately a guilty verdict despite the public defender maintaining his client's innocence. This a special and unique episode that shows how much we public defenders care for our clients and the impact this job has on our lives. Enjoy!
DISCLAIMER: The charges in this episode are of a sexual nature and may not sit well with some people. With that said, the public defender in this episode is an amazing trial lawyer and did an excellent job showing the jury that his client was not guilty of touching his nieces and that the real abuse occurred by their father.
In ANG's latest episode public defender Craig uses his talents, skills, and "has been" celebrity status to secure his client's freedom who unknowingly was driving a car that was loaded.
Part 2 of this episode is the hilarious jury trial with the ridiculous "victim" embarrassing himself in front of the jury as the Mooch skillfully makes a fool of the "victim" and the prosecution.
The Mooch is back in this 2 part episode as he takes down a Hollywood "has been" who is trying to blame his client for stealing his coveted jackets. This episode really does a great job of pointing out the structural problems within the prosecution's office that lead to unjust, ridiculous, yet entertaining jury trials. Enjoy!
In this episode ANG favorite Ania walks her client on an attempted murder, carjacking, criminal threats, assault and every other type of charge that a player in the original college admissions scandal can think of.
In this episode police misconduct lawyer Greg Peacock discusses a civil rights lawsuit for false arrest and police brutality that he went to trial on and discovery of a rogue police department out in the desert that acted like a criminal street gang and terrorized its' community.
This episode is particularly amazing and entertaining. Take a listen to fellow public defender Peter recount his DUI jury trial with crazy traffic accidents, officers performing and "failing" field sobriety test, and the late discovery of exculpatory evidence in the middle of trial which led to the entire case being dismissed.