Ronnie and new partner Joe Hawkins, who has come from the child protection unit, investigate a gruesome double murder where the victims' hands and teeth were removed. One of the dead men is... See full summary »

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Ronnie Brooks
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Joe Hawkins (as Ben Bailey Smith)
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Wes Leyton
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Jacob Thorne
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Kate Barker
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Henry Sharpe
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Tom
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Beth
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Kris Akron
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Lindsay Bernstein
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David Winkleman
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Ronnie and new partner Joe Hawkins, who has come from the child protection unit, investigate a gruesome double murder where the victims' hands and teeth were removed. One of the dead men is jeweller Harry Bernstein and suspicion falls on his wife Lindsay and her lover David as well as business partner Micky Belker. However when a box containing Harry's missing hands is sent to his sister Rebecca the case takes a different turn as she is on the jury in the trial of Dale Horgan, a gangster and drug dealer whom Ronnie is desperate to see convicted after he was acquitted of shooting a little girl in the back and jury intimidation is now a clear motive. The prosecutors are afraid that an over-emotional Ronnie may be a bad witness in the face of Horgan's icy barrister Eleanor Richmond and coach him in staying objective. Jake applies to have Eleanor discharged from the jury and ultimately the whole case is to be tried by a single judge. It looks as id Ronnie is never going to nail Horgan but... Written by don @ minifie-1

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12 March 2014 (UK)  »

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And 800 years of constitutional rights go out of the window just like that.
31 October 2017 | by (Falconara Marittima, Italy) – See all my reviews

A car ran away from a routine control made by two policemen. The coppers went after the fugitive, when suddenly a truck hit hardly his vehicle, killing him right away. Detectives found out another dead body in the trunk, whose teeth and hands were previously cut to avoid body recognition. Anyway, some hint related to dialysis led the detectives to a jewelry trader of Jewish origin, whose wife (Tracy Brabin) cheated on him with his business partner. But when the missing hands were delivered to the victim's sister (a juror in an incoming trial), it was clear the killing involved another case: the juror plays a crucial role in convicting a mobster....

The only good things in this too knotty episode is the Doc Brown performance: he takes the place of Casey as Brooks assistant and since the beginning (even if he's a rookie), he shows his ability in finding proofs and convincing witness to speak; he's a smart and stubborn kind of person but he pushes himself over the line when he prevents Brooks from speaking in the questioning room. Take it easy!


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