In this exceptionally amazing ANG episode public defender Sully, a 30 year veteran, takes what appears to be an "open and shut" gun possession case for the prosecution and turns it upside by showing the police planted a gun on his client while exposing their lies.
In this episode public defender Sam's client is falsely accused of committing a lewd act on a metro train and facing life time sex registration if convicted. The courtroom drama in this episode you can't make up; there's a lying officer (what else is new?), a complaining witness that can't describe any criminal conduct and identifies someone else in the courtroom as the "culprit," and a clueless prosecutor. And let's not forget the stellar job Sam does in the presentation of her defense, saving her client from life time consequences. Enjoy!
In part 1 of this 2 part episode Amy and Noah, two public defenders from Indiana, have a client arrested and prosecuted for murder based on the questionable accusations of a drug informant who has an "interesting" relationship with the detective.
In this episode ANG's very own Michael has a client found not guilty of attempted carjacking all because of a simple misinterpretation of his client's actions when he approaches the complaining witness' car with what appears to be a gun and tells him to exit it.
In this episode public defender Cam uses a bad bench officer's ruling, racial profiling, discriminatory police practices, and a young sympathetic client to convince a jury to deliver justice; in other words JURY NULLIFICATION.
In this episode defense attorney Jovan Blacknell describes how his client was found not guilty of murder. Listen as one of Los Angeles' best criminal defense attorneys describes how he brought in the actual couch from the "crime" scene and how he and a colleague acted out the incident that resulted in his client needing to use self-defense.
Check out ANG's first episode featuring a public defender all the way from the East Coast! Hear how public defender Mark navigates his client to a straight acquittal on robbery with a gun through a false witness identification expert and an accuser who is arrested in court for bringing a crack pipe to court.