Synopses & Reviews
Tired of selling out his principles as a corporate attorney for a silk-stocking Detroit law firm, Jeremy Jefferson seeks a change of venue as a public defender in rural Michigan. But the peace and quiet of small town practice is shattered when Jeremy is assigned to defend Zeb Radamacher, a high school anarchist charged with eco-terrorism for firebombing a local superstore development. As the governors office uses Zebs case to politicize terrorism and Zebs supporters are bent on starting a small revolution - conservative prosecutors, judges and jurors are the least of Jeremys worries. In the fearful atmosphere of post-9/11 America, Jeremys own life and liberty may be on the line.