Marshall Law tells the story of two sisters - Ros and Verity Marshall working at the Magistrate's Court. Ros is a Junior Prosecutor who is more interested in partying, and is having to ... See full summary »

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 Ros Marshall (17 episodes, 2002)
Alison Whyte ...
 Verity Marshall (17 episodes, 2002)
William McInnes ...
 Dylan Boyd, QC (17 episodes, 2002)
Anne Phelan ...
 Esther Hersch (14 episodes, 2002)
Nick Farnell ...
 Mikey O'Day (11 episodes, 2002)
Jane Hall ...
 Prue Stanley (10 episodes, 2002)
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 Don Foster (10 episodes, 2002)
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 Julie Larson (9 episodes, 2002)
Frank Gallacher ...
 Frank Dellabosca (8 episodes, 2002)
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 Attila (7 episodes, 2002)
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Marshall Law tells the story of two sisters - Ros and Verity Marshall working at the Magistrate's Court. Ros is a Junior Prosecutor who is more interested in partying, and is having to prove her worth at the bench; while the more-experienced and overachieving Verity is now working as a barrister.

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13 August 2002 (Australia)  »

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Leather & Silk  »

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The original Marshall Law pilot was a different affair. Titled Leather and Silk, with more emphasis on drama, Bevan Lee, co-creator with Alison Nisselle, described the pilot as being too serious. Executive Producer John Holmes acknowledged that emphasis on the workings of the law "... didn't hold a lot of excitement or interest, except for some die-hard people who love the law and are really interested in it". See more »

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Ros Marshall: It is my right to have sex whenever and with whomever I want.
Verity Marshall: Yes, it's a right. Not an obligation.
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