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|Arrest & Trial|
|Genre||Documentary/nontraditional court show|
|Presented by||Brian Dennehy|
|Narrated by||Steve Zirnkilton|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||68|
|Executive producer(s)||Dick Wolf|
|Running time||23 minutes|
|Production company(s)|| MoPo Entertainment |
Studios USA Television Distribution
|Distributor||Studios USA Television Distribution|
|Original release||2000 –|
Arrest & Trial is an American, syndicated nontraditional court show which follows individual criminal cases (commission, police investigation, and actual trial) via a combination of reenactments and real trial footage. Episodes run for 30 minutes, and the program aired during the 2000-01 television season. Brian Dennehy hosted.
The program was produced by Dick Wolf, executive producer and creator of the Law & Order franchise.
Steve Zirnkilton, also of the Law & Order franchise was the show's narrator.
The show was transmitted in the UK on Channel 5.
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