New Street Law (2006–2007)
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Episode #2.3 

Jack Roper represents one of two 14-year old girls charged with murdering a schoolmate. The prosecution has an eyewitness and little other evidence but Jack finds the girls to be most ... See full summary »

Director:

Clara Glynn

Writers:

Chris Bucknall, Matthew Hall (creator) (co-writer) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
John Hannah ... Jack Roper
Paul Freeman ... Laurence Scammel QC
John Thomson ... Charlie Darling
Lisa Faulkner ... Laura Scammel
Chris Gascoyne ... Al Ware
Penny Downie ... Honor Scammel
Lee Williams Lee Williams ... Joe Stevens
Lara Cazalet ... Annie Quick
Ace Bhatti ... Ash Aslan
Jayne Ashbourne ... Sally Benn
Don Warrington ... Judge Ken Winyard
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jessica Baglow ... Leah
Samina Bux Samina Bux ... Faye Goodman
Dave Dutton Dave Dutton ... John Langdale (as David Dutton)
Maxine Finch Maxine Finch ... Elaine Barratt
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Jack Roper represents one of two 14-year old girls charged with murdering a schoolmate. The prosecution has an eyewitness and little other evidence but Jack finds the girls to be most uncooperative. When one of the girls decides to change her statement and accuse the other of the murder, Jack has to re-assess his defense strategy. Charlie represents a high-class hooker who is suing a medical clinic for malpractice when her cosmetic surgery is botched. Problem is she was paying for her surgery in kind and the insurers may not bear any liability. Laura and Joe work together on a drunk driving case and Joe confides in her that her father is considering offering him a job. Laura warns him that her manipulative father may just be using him to get back at Jack. Written by garykmcd

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Release Date:

7 March 2007 (UK) See more »

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