The Jury (2002– )
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Juror Marcia Thomas decides she's going to report the threatening phone call she received, warning her to find the accused guilty or else. She wasn't quite prepared the next morning when ... See full summary »

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Charles Gore
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Johnnie Donne
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Jeremy Crawford
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Peter Segal
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Rose Davies
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Marcia Thomas
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Elsie Beamish
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Gerald Lewis QC
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George Cording QC
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Eddie Fannon
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Ron Maher
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Len Davies
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Michael Colchester
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Juror Marcia Thomas decides she's going to report the threatening phone call she received, warning her to find the accused guilty or else. She wasn't quite prepared the next morning when someone sends her a dead rat. Rose Davies' husband suspects something and takes the day off work to spend it at the trial. The trial itself resumes with evidence from Dr. Emma McGlade, the forensic pathologist who examined the victim. While there is little doubt that the boy bled to death, the defense challenges her interpretation of the nature of the attack. Rose and Johnnie have lunch as usual and they kiss not realizing her husband is watching them. Charles finally comes face to face with his one-time fiancée Isabelle who is now engaged to his best friend. Elsie Beamish doesn't get good news from her doctor. The defense presents its case and calls the accused as a witness. Peter Segal's pesky father-in-law shows up yet again to discuss the case but finds the car vandalized when it come time to ... Written by garykmcd

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3 March 2002 (UK)  »

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