Independent Lens: Philly D.A. Part One and Two

Part One: Tuesday, April 20th, 9 p.m.

Part Two: Tuesday, April 20th, 10 p.m.

Philly D.A. is a multi-part series that details the dramatic work of District Attorney Larry Krasner, a civil rights attorney. Go inside the emotional, high-stakes work that Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner and an ensemble of outsiders from different walks of life as they attempt an overhaul of an entrenched criminal justice system.

The series follows Krasner’s team as a so-called “social experiment” as they push for reforms such as prosecuting police involved in misconduct or brutality, sentencing, probation and parole reform, minimizing the cash-bail system and ending the death penalty.

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Independent Lens: Philly D.A. Part One and Two

Go inside the emotional, high-stakes work that Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner and an ensemble of outsiders from different walks of life as they attempt an overhaul of an entrenched criminal justice system.

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