True stories from America’s legal system is the focus of Justice, a magazine preparing to launch June 21. With the tagline,

“Real People, True Stories,” it promises: “We will consistently provide a behind-the-scenes look at the names you know and the stories you’ve been following. We’ll look at regular folks who buck the system and get justice, and we’ll bring plenty of court fights, epic trials and off-the-wall cases to our readers.”

According to MediaWeek, the magazine will publish every other month to start, then monthly by next March. Its editor is Randall Lane, who launched the now-defunct men’s magazine POV in the 1990s.

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