Editor’s Note: In the Jan. 24 issue of Legal Times, Marian Raab, the associate editor of the New Jersey Law Journal, took a critical look at the recent movie “The Hurricane.” Her assessment triggered this response.

Marian Raab’s criticism of “The Hurricane” — the current hit film about the life of wrongfully convicted former middleweight contender Rubin Carter — misses the mark. Raab’s central point, that the film fails to give due credit to Carter’s fine counsel, misunderstands the point of the film and the story it is meant to tell.

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