It may not be as succinctly written nor as dynamically directed as the '60s TV series that inspired it, but this contemporary courtroom drama is a provocative think piece and a fitting tribute to the series' late star, E.G. Marshall. Liberal legal eagles Don Preston (Beau
Bridges) and his niece M.J. (Martha Plimpton) tackle a controversial case involving Bayo Rodriguez (Diego Fuentes), a Hispanic college youth who was beaten to death for decrying racism at a rally. After defending Wyman James (Jeremy London), the least culpable of Bayo's attackers, the Prestons
explore the impetus behind the vicious attack. With the cooperation of Bayo's family, including brother N...