Who are you going to hire as your lawyer? Your choices are:
Paul Biegler (James Stewart, Anatomy of a Murder) - Crafty small-town lawyer (and former district attorney) who has a proven track record of outsmarting the big boys and girls. Talks a lot about fishing and plays the piano. Could the distractions prove too much?
Horace Rumpole (Leo McKern, Rumpole of the Bailey) - Well, he doesn't look like a lawyer, but that's actually one of the strengths of this wily barrister. His experience with murder cases is limited, though, and he's not versed in U.S. law. Plus, you're concerned about his references to "she who must be obeyed."
Atticus Finch (Gregory Peck, To Kill a Mockingbird) - Highly moral, respected, hard-working lawyer. Voted the #1 movie hero by the American Film Institute. Unfortunately, his track record with murder trials isn't good.
Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) - Egotistical and very expensive, but also very good. Let's face it: the man not only gets his clients off the hook, but he exposes the real cultprit in the courtroom. Only downside is that he reminds you a lot of Lars Thorwald in Rear Window.
Sir Wilfred Robarts (Charles Laughton, Witness for the Prosecution) - Famous British barrister who has recovered from a heart attack by winning a big case (even though his client was killed in the courtroom after the trial). No one can deny Sir Wilfrid's masterful courtroom tactics...but that's not cocoa he's drinking during the trial!
Cast your vote in the poll in the green sidebar on the right. Hope you're found innocent....