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CPS Director George Castle (Character)
from "Law & Order: UK" (2009)
- "Law & Order: UK"
... aka "Law & Order: London" - Ireland (English title) (first season title), UK (working title)
- Skeletons (2010) TV episode, Played by Bill Paterson (as George Castle)
- Help (2010) TV episode, Played by Bill Paterson (as George Castle)
- Duty of Care (2010) TV episode, Played by Bill Paterson (as George Castle)
- Shaken (2010) TV episode, Played by Bill Paterson (as George Castle)
- Denial (2010) TV episode, Played by Bill Paterson (as George Castle)
Julie Reid: I saw this woman on the, uh, the news last night, and she said Rose Shaw was Satan reborn, they should bring back hanging just for her. I've never heard so much hate in someone's voice.
George Castle: Well, public feeling is very strong.
Julie Reid: All these flowers on the estate, sackloads of cards everyday, like they all knew him. All of them, out there, feeding off my boy's death. Lettin' it take over their lives. It's like they need it. The funny thing is, all I want, yeah? All I need is to let it go.
James Steel: The trial can help you do that.
Julie Reid: Sending her to prison won't help me. It won't bring my boy back.
Alesha Phillips: Most victims' families find it gives them a sense of closure.
Julie Reid: Closure? This ain't closure. This is revenge. No, that little girl don't deserve it. She's been through enough. We live on the same estate. I know what goes on in there.
George Castle: She broke the law in the most terrible way.
Julie Reid: She's a child! What, you want to hide her behind a 10-foot wall so that no one has to look at her? No one has to ask her wha- who's really responsible for Conor's death? No. No, no, it's too easy.
James Steel: Prosecuting kids is never easy.
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