Gideon's Trumpet (Robert E. Collins, dir.) (1980). This film presents the story of Clarence Earl Gideon and the Supreme Court opinion that guarantees the right to counsel for felony defendants.
Minority Report (Steven Spielberg, dir.) (2002). Consider the implications for procedural justice if investigators could foresee crimes before they occurred, as depicted in this science fiction thriller.
The Trial (Orson Welles, dir.) (1962). Based on a classic story by Franz Kafka, this movie depicts a series of unusual judicial proceedings, raising questions about the limits of legitimacy and procedural justice.