Twenty-Five Years To Life In Prison: Steve Harmon

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Twenty-five years to life in prison—that's the sentence facing our main man, Steve Harmon.

Steve is pretty freaked out, in need of a way to deal with both the trial and the nastiness surrounding him in prison. Just writing in his journal isn't cutting it, so he begins chronicling his experience in screenplay form as well.

The film begins with opening statements and other generic courtroom stuff, none of which is particularly interesting, but things start to heat up shortly thereafter when witnesses start taking the

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