The Lincoln Lawyer

Continuity mistake: When Mick got shot by Mary, the bullet goes to the left side of his upper body. After falling down, he uses his right arm for calling 911. In the next scene, he comes out of the hospital with an arm sling on his right arm.


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Continuity mistake: When Mick and Maggie are talking in the kitchen after spending the night together, Mick pours himself a glass of orange juice and sets the carton down on the counter. The carton is initially in front of the glass, but then moves to sitting next to it. (00:43:55)

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Continuity mistake: When Mick enters his house that Louis broke into, the door opens from the right. When Louis leaves at the end of the scene it closes to the left.

Doug Hibbing

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Suggested correction: Mick enters the house through a back door. Louis leaves through the front door.

Continuity mistake: After the case is dismissed, Mick finds a parking ticket on his car. When he gets in the car, he folds and puts it in his right inside suit pocket. When he gets home, he pulls it out of his left inside suit pocket. (01:41:50 - 01:43:20)

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Continuity mistake: When Ted Minton announces he plans to call a rebuttal witness, he is twirling his pen with his fingers. In the next shot, his hands are instantly clasped together in his lap. (01:26:25)

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Plot hole: Despite being obvious witnesses neither the prosecution nor the defense calls the gay couple (the ones that immobilized Roulet) to testify about their involvement (who called them, what they saw, etc).


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