Murder isn’t always a crime-at least according to the promotional blitz for “Double Jeopardy,” Hollywood’s latest legal thriller.
The movie, which stars Ashley Judd as a woman wrongly convicted for killing her husband, was the biggest hit at the box office for two weekends in a row and is especially popular among women. But following the legal advice in this movie could land you in serious jeopardy.
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