The Brief: Season 2, Episode 2

Lack of Affect (13 Oct. 2005)

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Henry's newest client, a sufferer Asperger's syndrome accused of murdering his mother, may be the only habitually honest person involved in the case. Revelations of adultery and a ... See full summary »

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Gillespie
Camilla Power ...
Millie
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Jess
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Heather Lawrenson
Jason Bailey ...
Billy
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Henry's newest client, a sufferer Asperger's syndrome accused of murdering his mother, may be the only habitually honest person involved in the case. Revelations of adultery and a suspicious bruise complicate matters almost as much as Henry's own life. Written by Anonymous

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