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AMER­I­CAN JUS­TICE, 9PM, BBC2

Daily Mail - - Television -

IN AMER­ICA, the peo­ple can de­cide who de­liv­ers law and or­der — sher­iffs and judges are usu­ally elected of­fi­cials. With one of the high­est mur­der rates in the U.S., the city of Jack­sonville also has one of the tough­est jus­tice sys­tems, headed by the no­to­ri­ously hard­line State At­tor­ney An­gela Corey, who is seen by some as overzeal­ous. This com­pelling new se­ries meets Corey as she cam­paigns for re-elec­tion, as well as fol­low­ing the work of other mem­bers of the jus­tice sys­tem, charged with the thank­less task of try­ing to keep the peace in the ‘mur­der cap­i­tal’ of Florida (in­clud­ing de­tec­tive Bobby Bow­ers and pros­e­cu­tor Ja­neen Kirch, pic­tured).

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