In the final analysis, it all comes down to guilt, different shades of guilt that one assumes in a single moment of thoughtlessness or in months of premeditated planning. Defence Attorney ...
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In the final analysis, it all comes down to guilt, different shades of guilt that one assumes in a single moment of thoughtlessness or in months of premeditated planning. Defence Attorney Friedrich Knonberg knows he must tip legal scales of justice in favour of his client for crimes that are never black and white and what they may seem.Written by
A very real law series from the perspective of the defender
The series has no episodic story yet. Each episode is a new case.
I think the series is pretty good and very clear. For me, the series feels very real and you could believe this happened exactly like this in real life. And as "qui_j" in his review said, the series is sometimes slow-moving and has not a lot of action in it. But for me, it is more about realism than a typical action, drama law-series.
Overall this is a German law series and probably wouldn't make sense in all cases from a US law perspective.
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