Nicholas D'Agosto, left, as defense attorney Josh, and John Lithgow as Larry Henderson in NBC’s “Trial & Error.”
Nicholas D'Agosto, left, as defense attorney Josh, and John Lithgow as Larry Henderson in NBC’s “Trial & Error.” NBC Michael Yarish/NBC
Nicholas D'Agosto, left, as defense attorney Josh, and John Lithgow as Larry Henderson in NBC’s “Trial & Error.” NBC Michael Yarish/NBC

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