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1988  
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 Frank Cartwright (5 episodes, 1988)
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 James Bingham (5 episodes, 1988)
Caroline Hutchison ...
 Lorraine (5 episodes, 1988)
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 Hugh (5 episodes, 1988)
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 Katherine Hughes (4 episodes, 1988)
Joanne Campbell ...
 Tessa Parks (4 episodes, 1988)
Wensley Pithey ...
 Sir Charles Bingham (3 episodes, 1988)
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 Michael Khan / ... (3 episodes, 1988)
Tom Marshall ...
 Ken Gordon (3 episodes, 1988)
Mia Fothergill ...
 Alethea (3 episodes, 1988)
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 Clive Curran (2 episodes, 1988)
Charles Lewsen ...
 Deputy to the D.P.P. (2 episodes, 1988)
Bill Wallis ...
 George Viner (2 episodes, 1988)
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 Alton Phillips (2 episodes, 1988)
Sam Cox ...
 Tom (2 episodes, 1988)
Duncan Bell ...
 Edward (2 episodes, 1988)
Toby Salaman ...
 Alan Ackroyd (2 episodes, 1988)
Anna Mottram ...
 Annie Cartwright (2 episodes, 1988)
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Would be worth finding
9 February 2002 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

I watched this TV series around 10-12 years ago on TV in Australia, and would really like to watch it again. It was an excellent drama about a small firm of lawyers or barristers in London. It showed up the dark side of British justice and highlighted it's shortcomings - judges indifferent to mercy, political interference and the extent to which people can get as good a defence as they're willing to pay for. There were two episodes which stick in the memory - one was about a man dealing with guilt of his child molestation. This wasn't overly smypathetic to him - it simply told it how it was - that he was incredibly ashamed of himself for the terrible thing he had done. The other was an episode where a group of Irish republicans are basically framed on a charge of conspiracy to blow up a government building. Their leader put it the right way - he was getting imprisoned for thinking something in his head. It's a shame this doesn't appear to be available on video or DVD.


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