Apple TV+ has released a trailer for its upcoming limited series adaptation of Scott Turow’s Presumed Innocent.

Turow’s novel, which became a bestseller upon publication in 1987, tells the story of Rusty Sabich, a prosecutor charged with the murder of his former lover, a fellow prosecutor named Carolyn Polhemus. The novel was adapted into a 1990 movie directed by Alan J. Pakula and starring Harrison Ford, Brian Dennehy, and Raúl Juliá.

The Apple TV+ adaptation is directed by Anne Sewitsky and Greg Yaitanes, and stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Ruth Negga, Tate Birchmore, and Kingston Rumi Southwick. David E. Kelley and J.J. Abrams executive produced it.

In the trailer, Gyllenhaal, as Rusty, is seen being interrogated about the death of Carolyn, played in flashback scenes by Renate Reinsve. “We had cases together,” Rusty says. “Sometimes we would work after hours at her apartment. Am I a suspect? Because I did not kill her.”

Later, Rusty says in a voiceover, “I will be arrested. They’re going to see that I was obsessed with her. I was basically stalking her.” His wife, Barbara, played by Negga, tells a friend, “You know the night she was killed, he texted her 30 times?”

The trailer ends with Rusty repeating “I did not kill her” several times.

Presumed Innocent is set to premiere on June 12.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.