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Inspector Giles (Character)
from "Murdoch Mysteries" (2008)

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Alternate Names:
Chief Constable Giles / Chief Contsable Giles

Filmography

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  1. "Murdoch Mysteries"
    ... aka "The Artful Detective" - USA (alternative title)
        - Nolo Contendere (2015) TV episode, Played by Nigel Bennett (as Chief Constable Giles)
        - What Lies Buried (2014) TV episode, Played by Nigel Bennett (as Chief Constable Giles)
        - The Murdoch Trap (2013) TV episode, Played by Nigel Bennett (as Chief Constable Giles)
        - Crime & Punishment (2013) TV episode, Played by Nigel Bennett (as Chief Constable Giles)
        - Murdoch and the Cloud of Doom (2013) TV episode, Played by Nigel Bennett (as Chief Constable Giles)
          (6 more)

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Quotes:
From "Murdoch Mysteries: Nolo Contendere (#9.1)" (2015)
Chief Constable Giles: You're not a policeman any more, so stop behaving like one.
Constable George Crabtree: That man who was killed: he's somehow connected to a woman by the name of Edna Brooks.
Chief Constable Giles: Yes, I know who she is.
Constable George Crabtree: You do?
Chief Constable Giles: She's the reason you're in here, is she not? She killed her husband and you took responsibility for it.
Constable George Crabtree: What makes you think *I* didn't kill him?
Chief Constable Giles: If you'd been guilty you would have pled guilty. If you were both innocent, you would have pled not guilty. Instead you pled nolo contendere, no contest; the only plea that would close the case without forcing you to confess to a crime you didn't commit. You're either the most noble man I've ever met, or the stupidest. I can't quite decide which. Good luck to you.
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