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Rogue Lawyer Shiro Tatsumi

DRAMA 1996 111 mins Episode(s): 12 ~ English English
Tatsumi is a retired public prosecutor in Tokyo, now working as a lawyer.

After switching careers, he starts up ‘Tatsumi Legal Advice Office’. But the actual reason he quit his career as a prosecutor was due to an incident where he let his emotions get the better of him during a case, and he punched a suspect.
His office is in financial strife, with no room to pay employees or rent, and he’s once divorced. He loves horse racing, but not sweets. He also likes brandy in his coffee.

Each 2 hour episode sees Tatsumi involved in a new and dramatic case. See if you can solve each thrilling mystery!

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