ARTE GEIE, MAHA PRODUCTIONS
German, English, French
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In this episode, the public defenders in the retrial of Pascual Lozano, a gang member accused of firing a stray bullet that killed a 9-year-old girl, investigate whether a left-handed man can effectively fire a pistol with his right hand. Later, the case goes to the jury. Remy Burkel directs.
Special Public Defender Ivette Maningo and SPD Investigator James Aleman travel to Los Angeles in search of two eyewitnesses to the 2002 shooting. Defense attorney Whipple consults with firearms experts as he follows up on potentially exculpatory testimony given by the victim's sister.
Tonya Baker, the stepmother of the intended victim, takes the witness stand on lozano's behalf, but her testimony has unintended consequences for the defense. Brought together by tragedy, the Lozano and Gonzales families offer one another support.