The show follows "the team from the National Justice Project" - a team that sounds quite a bit like the Innocence Project.
Heck, I like the Innocence Project. I did some Innocence Project work in law school. So, this sounds worth a try...
These modern-day heroes are not naïve crusaders. They're led by David Swain (Kyle MacLachlan, Twin Peaks, Sex and the City,), an attorney of questionable ethics but unquestionable talent, and by his chief investigator, Charles Conti (Jason O'Mara, The Agency), a former cop who's willing to put up with Swain's idiosyncrasies in order to make sure that justice is done.So, the only thing I question is why the leader has to be "of questionable ethics?" I guess because all defense attorneys are, right?
Grrr... But you know I'll give it a chance. And probably even write a review of the first episode.
I've already set my Tivo-brand digital recording device.
*Update: Indefensible has apparently already seen the first few episodes of In Justice and has written about it here and here and in the New York Times too!