In Justice

ABC (ended 2006)


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In Justice

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Jason O'Mara said. "In Justice isn't a procedural, In Justice isn't a character drama, it isn't a law show, it isn't a cop show. But it's all of those."

That is the best way to describe In Justice.

In Justice has a different spin, instead of putting people in jail, they go out and free the wrongly convicted.

Kyle MacLachalan plays David Swain, the head of the National Justice Project. No one knows for sure his true motives for starting this organization, possibly for political reasons. Jason O'Mara is his partner Charles Conti, an ex-cop who handles the investigations. Despite being opposites these two respect each other and work well together. The rest of the team consists of Constance Zimmer as Brianna, Daniel Cosgrove as Jon and Marisol Nichols as Sonya.


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    • does anyone know if I can get all 13 episodes of In Justice. I really liked that show, and I have seen like 8 of the episodes but I didnt see the first 3 episodes, or the last 2, Im missing those 5 and would really like to see them if its at allmoreless

      awesome show, I really enjoyed it! I wish they hadnt cancelled it, thats very sad, now im looking for the episodes Im missing!! So if anyone could help me, id be very happy to be get those from them, so please if anyone has the episodes i dont, I would be very greatful. Conte, and Swain are awesome, and their little pawns, ie, John, Brianna, and Sonya are really good at solving these mysteries, and getting the innocent out of prison, outside of the pulic burning episode, but it does show that sometimes innocent people dont get out, and thats pretty sad!moreless
    • Great show about how corrupt the justice system can be. And about law firms(and the lawyers who work for them) really do it in the name of justice. How over worked and under paid they are and thank God there are lawyers who do this.moreless

      All of a sudden it gets yanked. No one says it's not returning, no explanation, just bye. Ditto "Close To Home" that aired on Friday nights. That show was terrific. People don't have time to sit down and complain and with all the cable channels they just switch to other shows. Years ago the consumer got what they wanted. When Cagney and Lacy was pulled, so many people wrote to the network it was put back on the air and went on to win Emmy's and I believe ran for five years. I can understand the show Conviction. It was just another Law and Order spin off, but now where is Cane???moreless
    • Not the best execution, but interesting.

      This is an enjoyable show that raises some interesting questions not typically considered by primetime TV.

      It has been well established that the legal system often convicts innocent people. This show dramatizes the complexity of how that happens. We might even get some ideas about how to make things better! Insights are good things.... There are definite comedic points in the interplay of the ex-cop team leader and the politico head of the project, the team leader and the women.

      At times, the forensic examinations reveal really interesting tidbits that are very clever.

      It is fun to watch this show, and given some more time, the characterizations will get better. Good stuff to be aware of.

    • It is the best TV Series I have watched in the last months. The main idea of the series is quite appealing, focusing something new and in a refreshing way.

      It is the best TV Series I have watched in the last months. The main idea of the series is quite appealing, focusing something new and in a refreshing way. I do have some concerns regarding the people that may have been unjustly judged and are incarcerated and I was pleased to watch a series that focus on that. I also would like to emphasize that this TV Series is an example of good work, good taste and commonsense without the unnecessary violence that we have been watching over the years.

      Keep up with the good working!moreless
    • In Justice is based around a team of people who work for a laywer (David Swain) and an ex policeman (Charles Conti) and work to free people who have wrongly convicted and have been placed in jail (most of whom are innocent).moreless

      It has been a very underrated show that deserves so much more from the producers and is up there with Criminal Minds (in my opinion is better, although Criminal Minds is one fantastic programme) and deserves as much praise as that has received.

      The show works well mainly because of the way the characters interact with each other and how they react to each other and also to the public.

      In my opinion the show has worked well because of the differing storylines which all have something distictly different about them whether it is armed robbery, murder or something much more minor, they all feel different and you never get the feeling of dejá vú with the storylines. Of course this shouldn't have happened yet anyway because there have only been thirteen episodes.

      Although all episodes were of a high quality my personal favorites have to be 'Lovers', 'Side Man', and 'The Public Burning'. The last one is a particular favourite because it was one (if not the only one) where they didn't win the case and have a happy ending.

      Hopefully in the future the producers/network will come to their senses and bring another series to our screens.moreless

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