Rose receives an appeal from Daniel Berrington, who was found guilty of murdering retired army officer Arthur Towns when he was ten years old. He is now eighteen and eligible for parole, but he risks...
Rose and Maloney re-investigate the case of a wealthy property developer convicted of murdering his father, sister and business partner on a remote farm. They soon realise that people with power can ...
The episodes in Series 1 and 2 were shown in two one-hour parts. See more »
[Rose is chain-smoking in Maloney's car. She drops cigarette ash on the carpet]
When the floor's full, just use the ash-tray.
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GREAT ACTORS MAKE UP FOR PREDICTABLE WRITING
It's a very good show, featuring the unbeatable Sarah Lancashirea and the great Phil Davis; which makes it overcome writing that, despite the premise, is NOT about law, and is thin on criminal plots. Should've gone on longer to develop, but understandable why it didn't.
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