Grinning teenage yob Tully literally gets away with murder when a judge must call a mistrial because Wycliffe's man Sergeant Noble failed to follow procedure. An inquiry results in Noble's ... See full summary »

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Geoffrey Bayldon ...
Judge
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Owens
Jimmy Yuill ...
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Tully
Helen Masters ...
Alan Perrin ...
Noble
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Armstrong (as John D Collins)
Geoffrey Drew ...
Crimmens
Jackie Kabler ...
Lindsay Collins
Frankie Cosgrave ...
Mrs.Patterson (as Frankie Cosgrove)
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Gregory Chisholm ...
David Wycliffe (as Greg Chisholm)
Charlie Hayes ...
Ruth Wycliffe
Tim Wylton ...
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Grinning teenage yob Tully literally gets away with murder when a judge must call a mistrial because Wycliffe's man Sergeant Noble failed to follow procedure. An inquiry results in Noble's demotion but when Lucy is ordered by Stevens to reopen an old murder case the experience leads Wycliffe to be extra careful to avoid technical errors, although the outcome leaves a nasty taste. At least Tully gets what's coming to him, allowing Wycliffe to atone for his failure to fully help the victim's family. Circumstances also endorse his decision to stay on as a policeman. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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