return to the bar without conviction for the lawyer of Michael Connelly

Ten years after his appearance in the cinema, the lawyer Mickey Haller returns to service in this new adaptation of Michael Connelly signed by showrunner David E. Kelley. An agreed judicial series that lacks spice.

“Each case is like a puzzle, a sort of code that must be deciphered. » Mickey Haller, a phlegmatic lawyer from Los Angeles – on the floor since a surfing accident followed by a stint in rehab – is back in service. From trial to trial, he continues the agreed sermons written from the back seat of his Lincoln. At the wheel: a client who has become his confidante and driver…

A decade after the big screen adaptation of Michael Connelly’s novels (The Lincoln Defense, by Brad Furman), worn by the charismatic Matthew McConaughey, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, spiky in his own way, puts on Haller’s costume for ten episodes of a series available on Netflix. In this version, the doubly divorced lawyer recovers the office of a colleague, after his assassination. In addition to multiple minor cases, he is assigned the high-profile defense of a tech giant, accused of the murder of his partner and her lover. All while trying to shed light on the murder of his predecessor. Exhausting, isn’t it?

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