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Legal Moments at the Movie House

November 2012

What does it matter if an individual is shattered if only justice is resurrected?"

-French author Émile Zola (Paul Muni), who is accused of libel, defends his writing about a captain he said was falsely accused of sharing military secrets in The Life of Émile Zola (1937).


Thanks to Eric Altoon of Los Angeles. Send your favorite lawyer moment from film to reellaw@dailyjournal.com.

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