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* ''ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}'': The titular protagonist is a lawyer, so scenes when he's not doing his superheroics have him do his day job.
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* ''Film/{{Daredevil}}''



* ''Film/IAmSam''



* ''Film/TheJudge''



* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' (the first two seasons, plus a GenreThrowback in the fourth)



* ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}''



* The second half of ''Series/LawAndOrder'' (See PoliceProcedural for the first half)

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* ''Franchise/LawAndOrder''
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** ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' (especially in seasons where there is an A.D.A. main character)


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** ''Series/LawAndOrderUK''

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* ''Film/JudgmentInBerlin''

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* ''Film/DayOfDefense''


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* ''Film/{{Libel}}''

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* ''Film/BlindFaith''

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* ''VideoGame/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw''

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* ''Film/TheWinslowBoy''


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* ''VideoGame/InThe1stDegree''


* ''Film/TheOxBowIncident''


* ''FanFic/TurnaboutStorm'', another major ''Franchise/AceAttorney''/''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' CrossOver.

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* ''FanFic/TurnaboutStorm'', ''WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm'', another major ''Franchise/AceAttorney''/''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' CrossOver.

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* ''Series/ForThePeople''


* ''Film/{{Chicago}}, in part, as it cover's Roxy Hart's trial for the murder of her lover in a crime of passion.

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* ''Film/{{Chicago}}, ''Film/{{Chicago}}'', in part, as it cover's Roxy Hart's trial for the murder of her lover in a crime of passion.



* ''Theatre/{{Chicago}}, in part, as it cover's Roxy Hart's trial for the murder of her lover in a crime of passion.

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* ''Theatre/{{Chicago}}, ''Theatre/{{Chicago}}'', in part, as it cover's Roxy Hart's trial for the murder of her lover in a crime of passion.


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* ''FanFic/ChrysalisVisitsTheHague'' is about Queen Chrysalis facing an ICC war crimes tribunal, and the legal and social implications thereof.



* ''FanFic/ChrysalisVisitsTheHague'' is about Queen Chrysalis facing an ICC war crimes tribunal, and the legal and social implications thereof.



* ''Film/{{Boomerang 1947}}''
* ''Literature/ACivilAction''



* ''Literature/ACivilAction''
* ''Film/{{Boomerang|1947}}''

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* ''Literature/ACivilAction''
* ''Film/{{Boomerang|1947}}''
''Film/{{Chicago}}, in part, as it cover's Roxy Hart's trial for the murder of her lover in a crime of passion.



* ''Film/{{Fracture|2007}}''

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* ''Film/{{Fracture|2007}}''''Film/{{Fracture 2007}}''



* ''Theatre/AManForAllSeasons''



* ''[[Literature/TheIcelandicSagas Njal's Saga]]'', a saga of a lawyer in medieval Iceland. Possibly the UrExample.

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* ''[[Literature/TheIcelandicSagas Njal's Saga]]'', ''Literature/ChristopherPaget'' and its spinoffs have a saga of a lawyer in medieval Iceland. Possibly the UrExample.few



* '' Snow Falling on Cedars'' is a legal thriller by Scott Turow.
* ''Storming the Court: How a Band of Yale Law Students Sued the President--And Won'' by Brandt Goldstein is, well, ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
* ''Verbrechen'' (''Crime'') by German lawyer Friedrich von Schirach. Although he stated that the cases presented were fictionalized accounts of his actual cases, those were later debunked.
* ''Spisi i ljudi'' (''Documents and people'') by Serbian lawyer and academic Tibor Varadi is a somewhat fictionalized account of the legal cases from his family archive, spanning from 1893 until today.



* ''[[Literature/Christopher Paget]]'' and it's spinoffs have a few

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* ''[[Literature/Christopher Paget]]'' ''[[Literature/TheIcelandicSagas Njal's Saga]]'', a saga of a lawyer in medieval Iceland. Possibly the UrExample.
* ''Literature/SnowFallingOnCedars'' is a legal thriller by Scott Turow.
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* ''Spisi i ljudi'' (''Documents
and it's spinoffs have people'') by Serbian lawyer and academic Tibor Varadi is a fewsomewhat fictionalized account of the legal cases from his family archive, spanning from 1893 until today.
* ''Storming the Court: How a Band of Yale Law Students Sued the President--And Won'' by Brandt Goldstein.
* ''Verbrechen'' (''Crime'') by German lawyer Friedrich von Schirach. Although he stated that the cases presented were fictionalized accounts of his actual cases, those were later debunked.
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* ''The Defenders''

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* ''The Defenders''''Series/TheDefenders1961''
* ''Series/TheDefenders2010''



* The Australian series ''{{Janus}}''.

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* The Australian series ''{{Janus}}''.''Series/{{Janus}}''.



* ''Series/MadeInJersey''



* ''Series/ThisIsWonderland''



* ''Series/ThisIsWonderland''



* ''Theatre/TheBrokenJug'' (Der zerbrochne Krug) by Heinrich von Kleist. The central element is a trial in a rural court.
* ''Theatre/{{Chicago}}, in part, as it cover's Roxy Hart's trial for the murder of her lover in a crime of passion.
* ''Theatre/AManForAllSeasons'', and its film adaptation.



* ''The Broken Jug'' (Der zerbrochne Krug) by Heinrich von Kleist. The central element is a trial in a rural court.



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** ''Series/TheAssassinationOfGianniVersace''

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