1. In the Name of the Father
Jobless youthful Irishman Gerry Conlon (Daniel Day-Lewis) gets by as a frivolous hoodlum in 1970s Belfast. At the point when neighborhood IRA pioneers get tired of him, he escapes to England and gets together with his companion Paul Hill (John Lynch). On that night that the IRA bombs a close by bar, the companions get kicked out of their shared burrows and are compelled to sleep in a park. He comes back to Belfast, yet is captured as the prime suspect in the bombarding and detained, where he goes through 15 years attempting to demonstrate his innocence.
In the Name of the Father: (1993)
2. …And Justice for All
Humorous show in which an optimistic legal advisor who attempts to win cases for customers caught in a misleading and corrupt legal system winds up shielding a corrupt and affected judge blamed for rape. The judge wrongly expects the legal advisor's standards and scorn for the courts will drive him to get an acquittal, regardless of the proof and the hating they have for one another.
…And Justice for All: (1979)95 Clicks View Details
Sociopathic students Artie Straus (Bradford Dillman) and Judd Steiner (Dean Stockwell) murder a kid in a philosophical exercise to perpetrate the perfect crime. In spite of their safety measures, one of them unintentionally left a key bit of proof at the crime scene, and they have been captured and put on trial. It's up to their broadly acclaimed lawyer (Orson Welles) to save these misinformed youngsters from execution. The film depends on the notorious Leopold and Loeb case of 1924.
4. Reversal of Fortune
At the point when socialite Sunny von Bülow (Glenn Close) mysteriously slips into an irreversible coma, police suspect foul play - and the undeniable suspect is her urbane spouse, Claus (Jeremy Irons). Subsequent to being seen as blameworthy of murder, Claus has conceded a retrial and contracts showboat Harvard Law teacher Alan Dershowitz (Ron Silver) to represent him. Despite the fact that unconvinced of Claus' guiltlessness, Dershowitz enjoys a challenge and - alongside a gathering of his students - battles to have the verdict overturned.
Reversal of Fortune: (1990)86 Clicks View Details
5. The Paper Chase
The Paper Chase (1973) As a first-year law understudy at Harvard, James Hart (Timothy Bottoms) realizes he has a difficult, but not impossible task ahead. However, things get more earnestly than he foresaw when he crosses paths with the school\'s feared agreements teacher, Charles W. Kingsfield Jr. (John Houseman). Wry and forcing, Kingsfield drives a large number of the lesser students to drop out, yet James suffers and, as though asking for more difficulty, starts dating the teacher's daughter, Susan (Lindsay Wagner).
The Paper Chase: (1973)87 Clicks View Details
6. Kramer vs. Kramer
Around the same time Manhattan advertising executive Ted Kramer (Dustin Hoffman) handles the greatest record of his vocation, he discovers that his wife, Joanna (Meryl Streep), is leaving him and their young child, Billy (Justin Henry). Compelled to bring up his child alone, Ted loses his job yet increases a more grounded association with the kid with the assistance of another single parent, Margaret (Jane Alexander). When Joanna comes back to claim custody of Billy, the following court fight negatively affects everybody concerned.
Kramer vs. Kramer: (1979)
Dance club sensation Velma (Catherine Zeta-Jones) kills her philandering spouse, and Chicago\'s slickest legal counselor, Billy Flynn (Richard Gere), is set to defend her. Be that as it may, when Roxie (Renée Zellweger) additionally ends up in jail, Billy takes on her case also - transforming her into a media circus of headlines. Neither one of the women will be beaten in their battle against one another and the general population for fame and celebrity.
8. A Few Good Men
Lt. Daniel Kaffee (Tom Cruise) is a military legal advisor guarding two U.S. Marines accused of murdering a kindred Marine at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba. Despite the fact that Kaffee is known for seeking plea bargains, a kindred legal advisor, Lt. Cdr. JoAnne Galloway (Demi Moore), persuades him that the blamed marines were doubtlessly doing a request from a commanding officer. Kaffee faces a challenge by calling Col. Nathan R. Jessep (Jack Nicholson) to the stand in an effort to uncover the conspiracy.
A Few Good Men: (1992)
9. A Man for All Seasons
At the point when the exceptionally regarded British statesman Sir Thomas More (Paul Scofield) won't pressure the Pope into dissolving the marriage of King Henry VIII (Robert Shaw) and his Spanish-conceived spouse, More's conflicts with the ruler increase in intensity. A sincere Catholic More stands by his strict standards and moves to leave the illustrious court. Shockingly, the King and his followers aren't mollified by this, and press forward with grave charges of treachery, further testing More's resolve.
A Man for All Seasons: (1966)
10. Judgment at Nuremberg
In 1947, four German judges who served on the seat during the Nazi system face a military court to answer charges of violations against mankind. chief Justice Haywood (Spencer Tracy) hears proof and declaration not just from lead respondent Ernst Janning (Burt Lancaster) and his guard lawyer Hans Rolfe (Maximilian Schell), yet additionally from the widow of a Nazi general (Marlene Dietrich), an optimistic U.S. Armed force chief (William Shatner) and hesitant witness Irene Wallner (Judy Garland).
Judgment at Nuremberg: (1961)
11. Presumed Innocent
prosecuting lawyer Raymond Horgan (Brian Dennehy) doles out his main agent, the distant Rusty Sabitch (Harrison Ford), to explore the rape and murder of associate Carolyn Polhemus (Greta Scacchi), unconscious of their torrid affair. At the point when proof ensnares Rusty, Horgan's political adversaries request his capture, devastating Rusty's wife, Barbara (Bonnie Bedelia). In urgency, Rusty goes to cunning barrier lawyer Sandy Stein (Raul Julia), just to be shocked by his trial's revelations.
Presumed Innocent: (1990)89 Clicks View Details
12. The Verdict
Boston legal counselor Frank Galvin removes his face from the shot glass for one final shot at redemption, taking a medical negligence case against ground-breaking lawyer Edward Concannon.
The Verdict: (1982)
13. Erin Brockovich
Erin Brockovich (Julia Roberts) is a lady in a difficult situation. Following an auto collision in which Erin isn\'t to blame, Erin begs her lawyer Ed Masry (Albert Finney) to enlist her at his law office. Erin discovers some medical records put in land documents. She persuades Ed to permit her to explore, where she finds a concealment including contaminated water in a neighborhood community which is causing pulverizing diseases among its inhabitants.
Erin Brockovich: (2000)
Dreading it would compromise his career, legal counsellor Andrew Beckett (Tom Hanks) shrouds his homosexuality and HIV status at an amazing Philadelphia law office. Be that as it may, his mystery is uncovered when an associate spots the disease's obvious injuries. Terminated in a matter of seconds subsequently, Beckett makes plans to sue for discrimination, collaborating with Joe Miller (Denzel Washington), the only legal advisor ready to help. In court, they face one of his ex-boss' top litigators, Belinda Conine (Mary Steenburgen).
Philadelphia: (1993)94 Clicks View Details
15. Breaker Morant
In South Africa during the Second Boer War, Australian Army Lieutenants Harry "Breaker" Morant (Edward Woodward), Peter Handcock (Bryan Brown) and George Witton (Lewis Fitz-Gerald) stand blamed for the killings of six Boer detainees and the death of a German minister. English Commander-in-Chief Lord Kitchener is resolved to see the men saw as guilty, which he can use as a negotiating advantage in a looming harmony meeting with the Boers.
Breaker Morant: (1980)
16. Witness for the Prosecution
the approachable Leonard Vole (Tyrone Power) is being pursued the murder of an affluent lady, and amazing legal advisor Sir Wilfrid Robarts (Charles Laughton) has decided to represent to him. Tragically, Leonard's vindication relies upon the testimony of his unfeeling spouse, Christine (Marlene Dietrich) - who, after the revelation of a legal loophole, settles on the stunning choice to show up in court against him. To Sir Wilfrid's astonishment, this is just the first in a progression of perplexing disclosures and reversals.
Witness for the Prosecution: (1957)
17. Inherit the Wind
During the 1920s, Tennessee teacher Bertram Cates (Dick York) is put on trial for abusing the Butler Act, a state law that precludes government-funded teachers from teaching evolution rather than creationism. Attracting serious national consideration the media with writer E. K. Hornbeck (Gene Kelly) announcing, two of the country's driving legal advisors clash: Matthew Harrison Brady (Fredric March) for the prosecution and Henry Drummond (Spencer Tracy) for the defence.
Inherit the Wind: (1960)
18. Anatomy of a Murder
Semi-resigned Michigan attorney Paul Biegler (James Stewart) takes the case of Army Lt. Manion (Ben Gazzara), who killed a neighborhood owner after his wife (Lee Remick) guaranteed that he raped her. Through the span of a broad preliminary, Biegler repels with District Attorney Lodwick (Brooks West) and out-of-town prosecutor Claude Dancer (George C. Scott) to liberate his customer, however his case lays on the unfortunate victims strange colleague (Kathryn Grant), who\'s concealing a dark mystery.
Anatomy of a Murder: (1959)97 Clicks View Details
19. My Cousin Vinny
New York attorney Vinny has always lost a case. At the point when his young cousin Bill and his companion Stan are blamed for murder in a backwater Alabama town, it\'s up to the apprehensive Vinny to save him from prison, despite the fact that he's just at any point attempted individual damage cases previously, and none of them successfully.
My Cousin Vinny: (1992)89 Clicks View Details
20. 12 Angry Men
Following the closing arguments in a murder preliminary, the 12 individuals from the jury must ponder, with a liable decision meaning death for the blamed, a downtown high schooler. As a dozen men attempt to arrive at a unanimous choice while sequestered in a room, one member of the jury (Henry Fonda) provides reason to feel ambiguous about impressive components of the case. Individual issues before the long ascent to the surface and strife takes steps to crash the fragile procedure that will conclude one kid's destiny.
12 Angry Men: (1957)