The premiere episode on Fox Television was viewed by 8.9 million people, winning the number one spot in its time slot.
The show's original title was 'American Crime', which is also the title of the cable news program that Suzanne Fulcrum hosts within the series.
The title song is "Lawyers, Guns, and Money" which has been slightly edited for television, since the next line cannot be used on network television
Majken Poulsen (Caitlin O'Neil) was billed as Candice and Isabelle Fuhrman (Grace O'Neil) was billed as Laurie in the end credits.
Intentionally or not, the case in this episode bears a striking resemblance to the one in the documentary "The Staircase."
The "American Crime" theme song is "The Rock" by Hans Zimmer.
The original name of the series was American Crime, which FOX changed to Justice just prior to the 2006 upfront presentation.
The building seen as the Orange County "Central Justice Center" is the Ambassador Auditorium.
Behind the Orange Curtain is a mostly derogatory term used in Southern California to denote the border between Orange County and Los Angeles County. A lot of the scorn arises from the fact that Orange County is one of the few conservative bastions in historically liberal California. Some from the O.C. inhabitants use the term as a label of pride.
This episode marks the first civil case of the series.
TNT&G's address is 333 South Hope Street in Los Angeles. As Ron and Luther walk back to their office, they enter Bank of America Plaza. 333 South Hope is the address of Bank of America Plaza.
At the beginning of the episode, the ticker at the bottom mentions an orphaned child getting money from Pagonon Industries right before it disappears, referring to the previous episode.
SPOILER: This is the first time the TNT&G loses a case.
SPOILER: This is the first time the verdict and the truth have contradicted each other.
End credits and press releases had Claire's and her parents' last name as Tate. Throughout the episode, however, they were referred to as Miller.
SPOILER: This is the first time that TNT&G defended somebody whose friend committed the crime.
SPOILER: This is the first time TNT&G defended a guilty client.
SPOILER: This was the first time Ron tried a case, and the second time the firm defended a guilty person.
Fox pulled this from their schedule for a hiatus that turned into the series' cancellation. To date, it has not been shown in the United States.