Conviction: Season 1, Episode 3

Episode #1.3 (14 Nov. 2004)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama
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To Joe's amazement, Chrissie finds a witness who saw two men push Buliegh into a car. Chrissie is feeling the pressure and is feeling sorry for Mrs. Buliegh. Joe informs him that he has ... See full summary »

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Lucy Romanis
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Zoë Henry ...
Beth Caffrey
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To Joe's amazement, Chrissie finds a witness who saw two men push Buliegh into a car. Chrissie is feeling the pressure and is feeling sorry for Mrs. Buliegh. Joe informs him that he has moved the body. DS Lucy Romanis realizes that the beating victim she has been avoiding may have actually seen the two boys Angela Fairley was with before she died. The police locate the site where Angela was killed and arrest the boys. Chrissie agrees with his brother and sister that their father's dementia is such that he needs to be placed in a home. Chrissie and Joe begin to crack under the pressure. Written by garykmcd

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