|During the course of the show's run the term "NJP" is used quite often. NJP stands for the National Justice Project, the organization where the characters of the show work.|
|Every episode of the show starts out with "what the jury believe", even though most of the time the NJP can prove that what they believed isn't exactly what happened.|
|Similar to "Law & Order", "In Justice" started with an opening narration:|
"Every trial results in a verdict, but not every verdict results in the truth. This is what the jury believed..."