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Sally Jane Black’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
No defense attorney worth their salt wouldn't get that confession ripped to shreds. You can't have the accused, the wife of the accused, the son of the accused who was a witness at the scene all gang up to sneak a confession from someone and not have it be highly suspect. So, a good lawyer would have Alan out in no time after the confession is thrown out. Possibly for 4th Amendment violations, though these days, one-sided consent is the rule on recordings in a lot of places.
But it would probably be enough to get Sheriff Harry Truman acquitted, so that's all right.
The music in this is one long saxophone solo.