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There's a lot to admire about Trial 4, but it suffers from a common problem in recent docuseries ... in that there's a five or six-episode version of this story that feels more urgent.
With policing under the microscope, Trial 4 possesses a greater sense of timeliness and considerable weight. Eight hours, however, is a lot of time to keep rehashing the specifics of Ellis' story.
Mr. Burkel manages to make sense of it all. Of great help is a literal "time line" that appears occasionally on screen, replete with dates and a description of the events about to be portrayed.
With excellent series like "Trial 4," attention just might be better paid to wrongful convictions.
A compelling story of corruption and the determination of a man to clear his name.
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