10 March 2008

Cantebury's Law

Well, now I know all the things I did wrong back when I was a defense attorney. I didn't play spy / counter-spy with the prosecutor's office. I didn't didn't coach my client to lie on the stand. I didn't hire private investigators to spy on jurors while the trial is ongoing.



Anonymous said...

I missed the show, kinda expected it would play into the current protrayal of some criminal defense attorneys who'll do anything, and I mean anything, to win. Lawyers like that give the profession a bad name.

Windypundit said...

"a rebellious female defense attorney who's willing to bend the law in order to protect the wrongfully accused"

Sounds like House for defense attorneys. (Which, frankly, maybe I should watch...)

How about a show about a defense attorney who's willing to obey the law to protect the probably guilty? Why couldn't that be fascinating enough?

I imagine criminal lawyers feel the same way about TV shows about criminal defense as I do about TV shows about computer geeks...