There is a new show on NBC coming out this Spring about Brian, I mean, young prosecutors called, Conviction. If you want you can even download the first episode for free on iTunes.
But, thats not why I am posting this. This post is because of the silly over censoring that Apple does, obviously, they didn't do it on purpose.
The newest legal drama from D**k Wolf ('Law & Order') featuring young prosecutors faced with daunting cases. -- This newest legal drama series from Emmy Award winner D**k Wolf ("Law & Order"-brand series) is a fast-paced...
My dad is a Dick too, but everyone calls him that.
A bunch of law students have definitely been gabbing about this in the hallways. The most frequently mentioned topic is regarding a preview showing a beginning prosecutor asking a whole slew of leading questions, and immediately getting "overruled" on frequent objections brought by the judge, not the opposing counsel.
The joke is that this prosecutor is making the most simple and elementary mistake that virtually no attorney (or even recent law grad) on the planet would make. To make a relevant sports analogy, would a hockey player forget to put on hockey skates before a game? Unless this prosecutor got her degree from a Cracker Jack box, she wouldn't be making this big a gaffe. And the funniest part? This interchange is probable the MOST accurate depiction of a courtroom on TV. Go figure.
Inaccuracies on television? What? Next you’re going to tell me that Grey’s Anatomy is not a realistic protrayal of the medical profession or that James Belushi couldn't get Courtney Thorne-Smith in real life (I've never watched more than 30 seconds of According to Jim, so I don't know where that came from).