Law & Order: UK (2009–2014)
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When a spate of shootings claims one of Ronnie and Joe's own, Wes Leyton, the pair are left with a race against time as the next target the shooter has in his cross-hairs is CPS boss Henry Sharpe.

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Jill Robertson

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Dick Wolf (original series created by), Noel Farragher (teleplay by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bradley Walsh ... Ronnie Brooks
Doc Brown Doc Brown ... Joe Hawkins (as Ben Bailey Smith)
Paterson Joseph ... Wes leyton
Dominic Rowan ... Jacob Thorne
Georgia Taylor ... Kate Barker
Peter Davison ... Henry Sharpe
Adelayo Adedayo ... Kayla
Priyanga Burford ... Martine Leyton
Alexander Perkins ... S.O.C.O. Pete
Rachel Atkins Rachel Atkins ... Cleo Finch
Gerry Cowper ... Hope Corday
Elinor Crawley ... Abby Glendon
Mark Bonnar ... Mark Glendon
Pip Torrens ... Philip Nevins
John Rowe ... Judge Silverton
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Wes is shot at point blank range in his car by a biker and soon afterwards another policeman Archie Morris and women's refuge worker Susan Lewiston are slain in the same way. CCTV footage links the rider to one Patrick Benton but all the victims had played a part in arresting wife-killer Mark Glendon and Henry, who was prosecutor, is taken to a safe house. Glendon is in prison but the prosecutors press ahead with accusing him of organizing the murders from his cell, especially as it transpires that Benton is Glendon's son, now adopted and renamed. Benton is pulled in but gives the police nothing to help them. The case goes ahead and the jury gives its verdict but then something unexpected happens. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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23 April 2014 (UK) See more »

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I don't want to say goodbye, Wes, so I'll just say I'll see you around, mate.
3 November 2017 | by CeccacciPaolo1977See all my reviews

Leyton was celebrating his birthday together with his fellows police officer at his workplace. His fiancée came up in order to take him out for dinner. They got into their car in the garage when a biker bumped into them, blocking their way out. Shortly after the biker shot them at close range, killing him as a result. Right away, another police officer was shot dead in his apartment, so as a social worker. Detectives manage to connect the dots: all the victims are related to an incoming trial in which there are few witnesses left and Sharpe is the next on the list. Luckily, police manage to trace another witness, taking him to the station before another killing would take place. Anyway she's afraid of her life, changing her deposition at the trial. The evidences left are not so many, so the perp could manage to walk free....

After Devlin, another police officers (the boss in this case) is shot dead, but now the death is not by chance. Great performance for the stone cold Abby Glendon (Elinor Crawley).


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