National Geographic is broadcasting the real-life work of Brooklyn public defenders in "Criminal Defense: And Justice for All." I recall different shows of this sort being filmed at one time or another, and never was quite sure what I thought of them. A great chance to profile the important, difficult, and under-valued work of public defenders, and to humanize the experience of clients and other individuals who navigate our criminal justice system. At the same time, I wonder about confidentiality, even with client consent, and how a TV camera could affect client representation and advocacy, consciously or unconsciously. What do folks think of the pros and cons of this kind of show—should lawyers agree to participate?