My review: In “L.A. at Night,” a defense lawyer questions if she freed a killer.
The stories were okay. They tended to lag on sometimes and a lot of the police jargon was a bore. I could tell they were written as a script by the little inserts (“CUT” & “EXT. SHOT”). I could just see the scene playing out in front of me. I felt like I was watching Law and Order.
It was true: Nowadays you did need a gun to go the grocery store in L.A.
My rating: 2.5 stars