In Justice Part 2

September 9th, 2011 | Related Project

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In Justice Part 2

In Justice Part 2

Jason answers your questions in the 2nd part of the “In Justice” video.

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Photos from In Justice starring Jason O’Mara.

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Interview with Jason on In Justice

Interview with Kyle McLachlan and Jason O’Mara.

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  • April Hubbel

    Wow, I was not expecting you to answer so many of my questions.  Thanks!

    • Susan

      Good questions April-

      • April Hubbel

        Thanks.  You too! :)

  • April Hubbel

    And I assume you didn’t meet Barry Scheck, or you would have mentioned it.  I thought it was cool when he did the cameo on The Good Wife!

  • Susan

    These Q & A’s you are doing are so great. So many shows that I loved.
    Lots of questions answered–
    And you may have seen by now that I am always looking for the happy ending since I always ask you about your character and his girls!  lol

  • Rmtnred

    Loved this show!  All of the actors had such great chemistry.  Ended way too soon with so many questions left unanswered.  How did Conti and Swain get together?  Why did Conti and Charlotte get divorced? Would they ever get the office renovation completed?  Seriously almost every episode left me with a lump in my throat at some point.  On top of that some great music and learned things about the justice system, really they can lie to a suspect about evidence to get a confession??? Great questions Susan & April!

    • April Hubbel

      Yes, cops can lie to you in an attempt to get a confession, and they often do.  Many people don’t know that.  They can tell you that they’ve got DNA evidence on you, when it doesn’t exist, or falsely claim that a co-suspect has implicated you.  What they can’t do is promise you a lesser charge or lesser sentence if you confess.  You should never agree to any police questioning without counsel present!

    • Susan

      Thanks Rmtnred–
      And you reminded me that we didn’t ask the most important question—”Would they ever get the  office renovation completed”!   HA

      • April Hubbel

        True.  Didn’t think of that. :)

    • April Hubbel

      And thanks for your kind compliment, Rmtnred.