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Nelson Douglas is a state attorney. In a cross-examination, he sets out to convince a jury that Frank Shewman is guilty, beyond a reasonable doubt. Read More
You drive a vehicle worth of 80 grand,you carry millionaires, doctors,judges,models,A-grade sluts, politicians with more than half of the country's black money just to get paid with 40 dollors or so. Its not my issue that you can't rob them and live the life of your dreams... Read More

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September 05, 2016

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Why am I under arrest? And who is this woman? Read More
A battered woman walks out of court, where her ex-husband has just been acquitted, and tries to come to terms with her life. Read More

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In Puritan New England, two underage convicts must take for themselves the justice denied them by the law. Read More
Robert Bratt is a lawyer who has always done whatever it took to win his cases. After twenty years of defending the most hardened criminals, many of whom he knew to be guilty, the only thing he can no longer do is look at himself in the mirror. Loosely based… Read More
This is a story about a college student dealing with the guilt of a camping trip gone wrong while on break with some of her friends. Read More
Mya is trying to break up with her lover, the angel Pershabael, to keep him from taking risks to be with her. Read More
Jesse van den Berg is on trial for a crime he didn't commit. Read More
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