History Series / Justice

20th Feb '16 3:50:10 PM marcoasalazarm
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* RealSongThemeTune: The chorus of WarrenZevon's "Lawyers, Guns And Money" was used for the opening sequence. Also a pretty good use of (cutting right before "the shit has hit the fan").

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* RealSongThemeTune: The chorus of WarrenZevon's "Lawyers, Guns And Money" was used for the opening sequence. Also a pretty good use of SecondVerseCurse (cutting right before "the shit has hit the fan").fan"-which has happened to anybody who is desperate enough to hire TNT&G).
20th Feb '16 3:45:55 PM marcoasalazarm
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* RealSongThemeTune: The chorus of WarrenZevon's "Lawyers, Guns And Money" was used for the opening sequence. Also a pretty good use of (cutting right before "the shit has hit the fan").
15th Jan '16 3:46:46 PM mephistos
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13th Apr '14 4:45:41 PM AnimeOtaku
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* DownerEnding: TNT&G doesn't win every time; in one episode they win [[KarmaHoudini but the client is guilty]], and in another they loose and the innocent person gets convicted (although they do have an appeal).

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* DownerEnding: TNT&G doesn't win every time; in one episode they win [[KarmaHoudini but the client they know one of their clients is guilty]], and in another they loose lose and the epilogue shows the client is innocent person gets convicted (although they do have an appeal).



** Ron also appears upset after winning in a murder case as he realises one of their clients is most likely the killer.

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** Ron also appears upset after winning in a murder case as he realises one of their clients is most likely the killer.killer but they couldn't figure out which one.



* {{Foil}}: The four TNT&G lawyers make two sets: [[AmoralAttorney Ron]] is concerned only with winning cases and not of the client's guilt or innocence, while former DA Luther is concerned with making sure justice is done. [[WideEyedIdealist Tom]] works best when he feels sure of his client's innocence, [[JadeColouredGlasses Alden]] generally assumes her client's guilt

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* {{Foil}}: The four TNT&G lawyers make two sets: [[AmoralAttorney Ron]] is concerned only with winning cases and not of the client's guilt or innocence, while former DA Luther is concerned with making sure justice is done. [[WideEyedIdealist Tom]] works best when he feels sure of his client's innocence, [[JadeColouredGlasses Alden]] generally assumes her client's guiltguilt so she isn't disappointed if she loses.



* ShowWithInAShow: The show sometimes has a ColdOpening with the case being discussed on a show called American Crime.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Before it was decided to name this series "Justice", the name "American Crime", which would be used for a ShowWithinAShow, was considered.

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* ShowWithInAShow: The show sometimes has a ColdOpening with the case being discussed on a show called American Crime.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Before it was decided to name this series "Justice", the name "American Crime", which would be used for a ShowWithinAShow, was considered.
Crime.
22nd Jun '13 6:34:01 PM luiz4200
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* ProsceniumReveal: One episode started with what seemed someone murdering somebody else but then it's revealed it was the prosecution recording a dramatization of what they claim to have happened to a VictimOfTheWeek.
30th May '13 9:38:57 AM DARTHYAN
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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Karen Patterson from Fillicide, and Ben Horner from Prior Convictions. DM Eckstein from Crucified may count, but he doesn't exactly act pleasant either.



* DownerEnding: TNT&G doesn't win every time and the epilogue shows the client is innocent or they win [[KarmaHoudini but the client is guilty]].

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* DownerEnding: TNT&G doesn't win every time and the epilogue shows the client is innocent or time; in one episode they win [[KarmaHoudini but the client is guilty]].guilty]], and in another they loose and the innocent person gets convicted (although they do have an appeal).


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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Tom has this when his prejudice caused an innocent client to be convicted, and Luther has this when he realizes that the guy he convicted 15 years ago really WAS innocent.
16th Mar '13 8:01:53 AM AnimeOtaku
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* DownerEnding: TNT&G doesn't win every time and the epilogue shows the client is innocent or they win but the client is guilty.

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* DownerEnding: TNT&G doesn't win every time and the epilogue shows the client is innocent or they win [[KarmaHoudini but the client is guilty.guilty]].
9th Mar '13 6:35:58 PM AnimeOtaku
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* AlwaysMurder: Averted, 2 episodes are over civil wrongful death cases.

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* AlwaysMurder: Averted, 2 episodes are over civil wrongful death cases. A further 2 are tried as murders but turn out to be an accident and an act of self defence.
13th Jan '13 5:55:08 PM AnimeOtaku
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** Ron also appears upset after winning in a murder case as he realises one of the is most likely the killer.

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** Ron also appears upset after winning in a murder case as he realises one of the their clients is most likely the killer.
13th Jan '13 7:00:26 AM AnimeOtaku
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* AmoralAttorney: Ron has a bit of this with his win at all costs attitude.



** Ron also appears upset after winning in a murder case as he realises one of the is most likely the killer.



* {{Foil}}: The four TNT&G lawyers make two sets: Ron is concerned only with winning cases and not of the client's guilt or innocence, while former DA Luther is concerned with making sure justice is done. [[WideEyedIdealist Tom]] works best when he feels sure of his client's innocence, [[JadeColouredGlasses Alden]] generally assumes her client's guilt

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* {{Foil}}: The four TNT&G lawyers make two sets: Ron [[AmoralAttorney Ron]] is concerned only with winning cases and not of the client's guilt or innocence, while former DA Luther is concerned with making sure justice is done. [[WideEyedIdealist Tom]] works best when he feels sure of his client's innocence, [[JadeColouredGlasses Alden]] generally assumes her client's guilt
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