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[W]e should never lose sight of the fact that even a person accused of the most heinous crimes, and no matter the likelihood that he or she actually committed those crimes, is entitled to the full protection of the [law]. Short-cutting or short-circuiting those rights affects not only the accused, but also the entire reputation of the criminal justice system.
—Decision of the Canadian Supreme Court in R. v. Burlingham, [1995] 2 S.C.R. 206.
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Watch the lawyers do their thing. Commonly known as a Courtroom Drama.

When it only lasts a single episode, it's a Courtroom Episode.

Examples of Law Procedural include:


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