In Justice is an American television police procedural created by Michelle King and Robert King about the fictitious Justice Project, which overturns wrongful convictions, liberates the falsely accused and discovers the identity of those really to blame.
The series originally aired in the USA on ABC from 1 January, 2006 to 31 March, 2006. There are 13 episodes in the series.
In Justice originally aired in South Africa on M-Net from 24 October, 2006 to 23 January, 2007, on Tuesdays at 21h30.
The series also aired on DStv's go channel in 2007.
A rebroadcast of In Justice premiered on go on Tuesday 4 March 2008, at 21h30.
Every year, hundreds of innocent men and women get convicted of crimes they didn't commit. Sloppy police work, false testimony and biased juries all play a part. In the blink of an eye an innocent man can lose his life to the mistakes of an imperfect system.
The innocent have finally found a champion in a blustery but charismatic attorney named David Swain.
A legendary litigator, Swain is the head of the Justice Project, a high-profile, non-profit organization that overturn wrongful convictions, liberate the falsely accused and discover the identity of those really to blame.
Real life stories inspire this legal drama in which clients who are presumed guilty must ultimately be proven innocent.