SummaryExamines the much-publicized 2006 Duke University lacrosse team rape case, in which three team members were charged with rape following accusations by a young woman hired to perform as a stripper at a party and, following a trial, were exhonerated.
ContentsBonus features: Director's statement #1
Director's statement #2.
Nifong, Michael Byron
Duke University -- Lacrosse.
Duke University -- Students.
Rape -- North Carolina -- Durham -- Case studies.
Rape -- Investigation -- North Carolina -- Durham -- Case studies.
Lacrosse players -- North Carolina -- Durham.
Trials (Rape) -- North Carolina -- Durham -- Case studies.
Public prosecutors -- Professional ethics -- North Carolina -- Durham -- Case studies.
Prosecution -- Corrupt practices -- North Carolina -- Durham -- Case studies.
Legal ethics -- North Carolina -- Durham -- Case studies.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [New York, New York] :2016
|Edition||Full screen, Film version.|
|Other Titles|| 30 for 30 (Television program)
Fantastic lies :
television director, television producer.
Morgan, P. G. (Peter G.), television producer.
Cooney, Jim (Attorney), commentator.
Darby, Seyward, commentator.
Chafe, William H., 1942- commentator.
Starn, Orin, commentator.
Meadows, Susannah, commentator.
Yaeger, Don, commentator.
Bannon, Bradley, commentator.
Johnson, Robert David, 1967- commentator.
Seligmann, Kathy, commentator.
Cheshire, Joe, commentator.
Neff, Joseph, commentator.
Sheehan, Ruth, commentator.
Coleman, James E., 1946- commentator.
Burnette, Delois, commentator.
Cardoni, Jeff, composer.
ESPN Films (Firm), presenter.
Lightbox (Firm), production company.
ESPN Home Entertainment, publisher.
Team Marketing (Firm), film distributor.
Commentators, Jim Cooney, Seyward Darby, William Chafe, Susannah Meadows, Don Yaeger, Bradley Bannon, KC Johnson, Kathy Seligmann, Joe Cheshire, Joseph Neff, Ruth Sheehan, James E. Coleman, Jr., Delois Burnette.
Original score, Jeff Cardoni.
MPAA rating: Not rated.
In English with optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH).
Originally produced as a episode of the television series: 30 for 30.
Program content: ©2016.
"In 2006, there was judgment before justice"--Container.
DVD; NTSC; full screen presentation.
1 videodisc (103 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.