The murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till in MS in 1955 sparks outrage leading to the C-R Movement, thanks to his determined mother Mamie.
17th century Italian nun Sr. Benedetta, claiming to have visions of Christ & Mary & stigmata, is convicted of lesbianism & fakery.
A Black youth with bright prospects of becoming a filmmaker is accused of involvement in a robbery that ended in death carried the burden of presumed guilt by most of those in the criminal justice sentence.
The story of the government’s attempt in Chicago to discredit the anti-Vietnam War movement by putting on trial its prominent leaders.
Filled with music & sexy dances, Chicago is set in the jazz era when 2 women kill their lovers and a flamboyant lawyer uses the press & theatrics to convince jurors to acquit them, showing the public as fickle & the law as easily manipulated.
A British woman who leaked a secret email in order to prevent the Iraq War confesses and tried as a traitor while protesting the illegality of the war.
A terrific film about the early work of Thurgood Marshall. Click the image to read my entire review.
When an American Holocaust writer is sued in England by a denier for defamation of character, she is shocked to learn that her lawyers must prove the truth that the event happened.
The docudrama of the Nuremberg Trials, presided over by Justice Jackson, is the story of how the infamous Nazi top echelon were at last brought to justice.