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Judges, prosecutors and public defenders are in conflict with reality for justice. These dedicated and energetic lawyers work with bailiffs, employees and police to enforce the law accurately. Now, these lawyers are trying to bring justice to the people of Los Angeles despite all the challenges.
All Rise could settle down and concentrate on the two people who make the show work - Missick and Helgenberger - but it is just as likely to become a generic courtroom drama that tries too hard to be funny.
Its main conviction seems to be that judges should function not as neutral arbiters of the law but as assistants to defense lawyers and that empathy, rather than evidence, should govern judicial outcomes.
Nothing you'll see rises to any level of must-see. Instead it's all pretty much preachy and pedestrian, with the diversity of the cast working against itself in terms of this show's labored approach to injustice and discrimination.