The last time Rachel Lefebvre led the television drama, she was trapped Under the dome in the mysterious place of Chester Mill.
Fortunately, in the new series of Lefebvre there are no domes Verified Innocent but he takes place somewhere equally tense: the courtroom. (Seriously, Chester Mill will begin to look very attractive after he has spoken out against the harsh public prosecutor of Chicago.) Let's remind you that it was done on the premiere:
Lefevre acts as an ambitious lawyer, Madeleine Scott, who works with the group to defend injustice, a law firm, "devoted exclusively to the problem of wrongful beliefs". The difficult first act, Madeline and her brother were illegally sentenced as adolescents for the murder of their friend, Rosemary, but were released after the abolition of the conviction.
Madeleine's greatest enemy in the courtroom is the state lawyer, Frasier Kelsey Grammer, who was responsible for her wrongful belief when she was younger. Now, Billow works to be elected at the Attorney General of Illinois, and Madeleine intends to eliminate him, exposing his many years of corrupt law.
Her colleagues are reviewing one particular case that, in their opinion, ended in an unjustified term of imprisonment. Lucia Rincon was convicted for burning her house with her own child, and Bilous successfully distorted her during her first trial. But Madeleine and her team suspect that Below hid all sorts of important evidence during the trial, and Lucia deserves to be released as a free woman.
I will deprive you of the legal details of this episode, but it is the sentence that matters most, in any case: Lucia is released from jail after believing that Belous used a very biased interpreter to work on Lucy's case and received a fake statement from her husband. Although Bollow looks entirely Goliath in the legal world of Chicago, the Madeleine team at least subjected to corruption to his office before the premiere
. also. She agrees to go on a date with a journalist to Dylan, who seems to be playing on it so that he could get the best scoop. Additionally, Madeleine's brother is dismissed from work as a local football coach after he hits a former high school classmate who thinks that he really killed Rosarin all those years ago. (Before time is over, Madeleine begins to re-investigate the murder of Rosemary in her own home, pasting one wall with photographs of suspects and newspaper scrapes from that year.
The biggest curveball when Madeline finds out that her Brother was actually dating Rosemary during her death (although they kept their relationships secret from everyone else at school, including Madeleine). Shocked Madlen cries to her brother that this information can ruin them if someone finds out that he and Rosemary are together; if the secret turns out, everyone will think that they are again guilty.
The premiere ends with a brief recollection of Rosemary's death. Madeleine revealed the body of her best friend that day – and interestingly, Madeleine's brother was already at the scene of the crime, although it is not entirely clear whether he really had anything to do with Rosemary's death.
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