The competency trial of Pontius Pilate by the Roman Government. Accoding to Rome, did Pilate make the right decision in the Crucifixion?
Six years after the crucifixion of Jesus, Pontius Pilate is called back to Rome. There he will stand trial for his actions or non-actions as Governor of Judea. The Pilate Verdict explores the characters and the political, economic, and social issues that collided with religious beliefs.
Was Pontius Pilate a ruthless brutal administrator? Was he simply a victim caught in the grip of political betrayals? Was he a pawn in circumstances beyond human control? Or was he, in fact, a defender of the truth?