After a technicality results in the release of a man being tried for the rape and murder of a young woman, her father murders the man. Admitting his guilt and refusing to use temporary insanity, the father places his attorney in a virtual no-win situation. In an extreme effort, the attorney decides to call the judge who released the murderer originally and to challenge the entire legal system that would permit such a travesty.
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Did You Know?
Strictly speaking, this was not Irwin Allen's last film project. Allen was planning a musical, four-hour miniseries adaption of "Pinocchio" for CBS-TV (as he had done with Alice in Wonderland
(1985)), which was in pre-production before declining health prompted his retirement. An Art Department was designing sets with set designers, illustrators and sketch artists providing script storyboards and set presentation boards for the CBS network approval. See more