Judge John Deed (2001–2007)
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Although Jo Mills has been absolved of any accusations of misconduct, Sir Ian Rochester and some of Deed's fellow judges now decide to marginalize both of them. Mills finds herself being ... See full summary »

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Andy Hay
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed
Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills QC
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Leslie Ash ... Jan Dobbs
James Barron James Barron ... Johnson
Christopher Benjamin ... Steve Gaydon
T.R. Bowen T.R. Bowen ... Sir Michael Nivan (as Trevor Bowen)
David J. Bremner David J. Bremner ... The Ministers Bodyguard
Anthony Calf ... James Brooklands
George Camiller ... Clive Kadans
Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Jeremy Child ... Sir Alan Peasmarsh
Sarah Crook Sarah Crook ... Sergeant Caz Milbrook
Amita Dhiri ... Rachel Crawcheck
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
David Ericsson David Ericsson ... Adam Graceman
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Although Jo Mills has been absolved of any accusations of misconduct, Sir Ian Rochester and some of Deed's fellow judges now decide to marginalize both of them. Mills finds herself being taken off certain prosecutions and is subsequently informed by her head of Chambers that the Prosecution Service may drop her entirely. Deed is pressured into giving up the case of James Brooklands, the businessman who killed two young children and their mother with his car. Judge Everard takes on the case and sentences him to time served. A furious Judge Deed publicly accuses Everard and Rochester of misconduct. In court, Deed presides over the case of Jan Dobbs who has been charged with murdering her husband. Her husband was unstable and he had stopped taking his medication but the question is whether she and her son may have had an altogether different motive. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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First appearance of Sir Alan Peasmarsh, played by Jeremy Child. See more »

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4 December 2003 (UK) See more »

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