Arrest & Trial is an American, syndicated nontraditional court show which follows individual criminal cases via a combination of reenactments and real trial footage. Episodes run for 30 minutes, and the program aired during the 2000 television season. Brian Dennehy hosted. The program was produced by Dick Wolf, producer of Law & Order. Steve Zirnkilton, also of Law & Order was the show's narrator. The show now continues to air repeats on TruTV and FOX Reality Channel.
Arrest and Trial is a 90-minute American crime/legal drama series that ran during the 1963-1964 season on ABC, airing Sundays from 8:30-10 p.m. Eastern.
This series shows the workings of an English hospital through the eyes of its junior doctors. Naive and idealistic Dr Andrew Collins (Andrew Lancel), soon realises he still has much to learn. His boss, Dr Claire Maitland (Helen Baxendale) on the other hand, has seen it all. She is a competent doctor, with a cynical view, and is ready to work the system when needed, but she and Collins work well together as she guides him through the many minefields of working in the NHS.
The current mayor of the city of Sineozersk, Arkady Anikeev, is caught catching bribes on a large scale. By court decision, he is under house arrest at the place of registration. His wife broke up with him, who owned all his property. Once in a communal apartment, Anikeev confronts Ivan Samsonov, with whom he lived in an apartment as a child. Leaving aside the differences, Anikeev decides to help Samsonov become the new mayor of Sineozyorsk.
"Block B - Under Arrest" is the story of Bea Kroeger, who is charged with attempted murder of her husband. During the pre-trial detention in the prison Tempelhof they must fight for their place in the pecking order among the inmates perforce. As a rookie experienced Bea - and with it the audience - the hardships of prison life and learns the hard way that there are other rules apply as in the outside world. Faster than you would like, Bea must realize that the only person she can trust while in custody, but she herself is.
The story of a wealthy family that lost everything, and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together.
Tokyo Highway Patrolwomen Natsumi and Miyuki get off to a bad start when Miyuki busts Natsumi for reckless moped driving on her way to work. Things get worse when they find out they're going to be partners! A continuation of the OVA series, the adventures of Tokyo policewomen Natsumi and Miyuki continue in the You're Under Arrest TV series. It's back to Bokuto Precinct, where demented felons and bashful (but hunky) policemen abound, and where the cutest girl in the office... isn't a girl.
Smile...You're Under Arrest! is a reality show on Fox Reality Channel where individuals with outstanding felony warrants are lured into police custody using various fake scenarios. The series consisted of 3 episodes, the first of which aired on December 27, 2008.
Don't you want to meet with a woman who falls in love, likes to dress up, and arrests felonious offenses? What if she fights for outrageousness of the society with the sounds of the howling siren, and yet, enjoys her love life and friendship? This is how the 21st century-woman with strong will and gentleness would be like. And without doubt, attractive woman are to be surrounded by attractive guys.
Arresting Behavior is a half-hour American television police comedy that aired on ABC from August 18 to September 2, 1992.
Sabu to Ichi Torimono Hikae, sometimes translated as Sabu and Ichi's Detective Stories/Tales and Sabu and Ichi's Arrest Warrant, is a manga series by Shotaro Ishimori originally published in Weekly Shōnen Sunday beginning in 1966. In April 1968, the series moved to serialization in the first issue of Big Comic, where it was published until the series ended four years later in the April 10, 1972 issue. The manga was adapted into an anime TV series which aired on NET from October 3, 1968 to September 24, 1969. The series won the 1968 Shogakukan Manga Award. In addition to the manga and anime series, a live action period drama series was aired on Fuji TV from 1981 to 1982 as part of their Jidaigeki Special series. A total of four specials were created and aired. Sabu and Ichi were played by veteran actors Tomokazu Miura and Tatsuo Umemiya, with Yūko Natori and Junzaburo Ban playing the parts of Midori and her father, Saheiji.