Henri Leclerc is a French criminal defence lawyer and human rights activist who has worked on some of the country’s most high-profile cases. Renowned for his eloquence in court, Leclerc looks back on an incredible career spanning 65 years and discusses the moral highs and lows of his profession.
Season 1 • Episode 4 • 32 mn
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