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Synopsis: Due to a mysterious reason, Qiao Nuo’s intelligent twin sister asks her to go and intern at her place at the city court at Jia Nan. As she struggles through the internship due to her lack of knowledge of the work it entails, she witnesses the intense confrontations between prosecutors and defense lawyers with her own eyes and starts to develop an appreciation for this profession. Whilst working to find clues to help the cases, accumulating work experience, and gaining the support of a good mentor, she finds true friends, love and the career she wishes to pursue and the qualities and skills she never realized she had.
- A fight with the river behind you: It’s a chinese idiom which means the fight to get out of a dangerous and or desperate situation. The origin of this idiom was a phrase used in “The Records of the Grand Historian” to describe a battle during the 3 Kingdoms period between Liu Bei’s general Han Xin and the King of Zhao. The King of Zhao had brought 200,000 soldiers and trapped Han Xin’s 12, 000 men at the Jingxing pass. In order to defeat the King of Zhao, he ordered 10,000 men to lay a formation by the river to ambush the Zhao army and used the 2,000 cavalry to lure the Zhao army to his trap. Han Xin won the battle and the term a fight with the river behind you became an idiom to describe a fight when the odds were against you.