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CROWNIES follows five young solicitors as they face the pressures and endearing madness of modern single life - in a fast paced workplace that highlights the moral dilemmas and big issues facing an apparently civilized society. In a world that exists solely to see ‘wrong-doers' brought to justice, and where the average age of the solicitors is 27, there is a big divide between these young solicitors and the barristers at the top. Yet they are the initial point of contact with the police, and it is they who do most of the liaising with the victims and the witnesses - and recommend what goes to court. They are committed, idealistic and hard-working, but their lives away from the office are filled with aspirations, explorations, fragile relationships and partying.

Genres: Drama
Station: ABC (AU)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Ended
Start: 2011-07-14

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S01E19 - Episode 19 Air Date: 09 November 2011 13:00 -

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When Tatum's worlds collide she is confronted by a disturbing question – is she a solicitor of the Crown, or her father's daughter?

Pulled in to assist Tony on what looks like a simple case of assault with a knife, Tatum is soon on her way out for her first visit to gaol, as the victim is a prisoner and so is the corroborating witness. However, events quickly take a turn as Tatum is left alone with Robby, only to suffer an assault. Cornered, desperate to get away, Tatum invokes her father's reputation to threaten Robby's life. In the aftermath of the police shooting, Lina has taken some time off to support Andy through it. A task not made easy by the fact that he's clearly hurting, but unable to let her in. A visit to the scene of the shooting helps Andy make sense of how it happened and begin the slow healing process. An early morning call knocks David for a loop when he's informed that former Attorney General, Nicholas Quinn has died peacefully at home. Having invested so much is attempting to bring him to justice, David is choked with the injustice of it. Julie lets slip to Ben that she was the one who leaked the AG file. Ben turns to his father Geoffrey for advice but he just tells Ben to cut her loose and hang her out to dry. Ben refuses to do that but they end up breaking up. Tension between Ben and Geoffrey boils over and Ben moves out. Faced with a matter of principle, Richard is forced to defer his much longed-for date with Lisa in order to work on a case before Judge Walker where his stuborn determination to stand up to her finally wins the day. Still mortified by her drunken performance at Janet's, Erin shows her appreciation to Janet by staging a surprise baby shower, much to Tracey's dismay because she was planning to throw a shower too.
Pulled in to assist Tony on what looks like a simple prison yard assault, Tatum is soon on her way out for her first visit to gaol. Matters become more complicated when she discovers the victim of the assault was a cooperating witness in a much larger drugs and murder case and the attack was designed to shut him up. If the witness in this case, Robby Lucas, can be enticed to confirm that a much larger conspiracy will be smashed. However, events quickly take a turn as Tony, suffering a prolonged coughing fit, leaves Tatum alone with Robby and during his absence Tatum is grabbed and fondled sexually by Robbie. Cornered, desperate to get away, Tatum invokes her father's reputation to threaten Robby's life. Tony returns, none-thewiser, and with Robby refusing to give evidence, the meeting breaks up. Shellshocked, Tatum struggles to deal with what has happened. A fact that is picked up on by her father and Conrad as they share dinner. They're aware that something is not right, and when Tatum and her father are alone Tatum alludes to her father's criminal past in a way that cuts very close to the bone. She even quizzes Conrad on whether his duties for her father extend beyond selling cars. The couple fight and in the middle of the night, it's Richard she turns to and he gives her the shoulder she needs to cry on, urging her to report the matter. Tatum begs off, hoping to forget what happened and move on, something made impossible as Robby Lucas offers to do a deal – but only if he can talk to Tatum. Taking her courage in both hands, she goes back out to the gaol to rescind the threat and try and resurrect their case, and Robby seems agreeable -in fact he is so scared of the wrath of Danny Novak that he offers to say anything. Tatum leaves the gaol feeling disgusted at herself. Later, when Tony crows that Robby has given a statement and they now have their case and Robby has his deal, Tatum chooses to admit what she's done, rather than allow tainted evidence to win a case. Tony swings between anger and guilt for leaving her in a vulnerable position. He is very disappointed in Tatum but faced with the reality of Danny Novak discovering the truth about his daughter's assault, Tony picks the lesser of two evils. He decides to quash the case. Tatum's done the right thing but is has come at a cost.
In the aftermath of the police shooting, Lina has taken some time off to support Andy through it. A task not made easy by the fact that he's clearly hurting, but unable to let her in. A visit to the scene of the shooting helps Andy make sense of how it happened and begin the slow healing process.
An early morning call knocks David for a loop when he's informed that former Attorney General, Nicholas Quinn has died peacefully at home. Having invested so much is attempting to bring him to justice, David is choked with the injustice of it. Falling back on his professionalism, he sets about tying the matter, however he can't let the occasion go without a personal touch – appearing in court to offer up the Notice of Discontinuance himself. It's a deeply unsatisfying moment, made hollower still as Mrs Quinn appears at the office to assure him that his treachery won't be forgotten any time soon.
Taking on some of Lina's work, Ben is also handed a special task in delivering the Notice of Discontinuance on the Quinn matter to court. When David appears to take the matter over, Ben should go back to the office, but he's waylaid noticing that Julie is upset. Approaching her later, he finds an angry, tearful woman and his efforts to comfort her only inflame things to the point where Julie lets slip that she was the one who leaked the AG file. Reeling, Ben is furious. But even after everything he and his friends have been put through, Julie is unrepentant. Quinn raped her sister and her only regret is that he didn't live long enough to suffer for it. Torn, Ben talks to his father about his dilemma and Geoffrey advises him to cut Julie free and hang her out to dry. Ben can't do that, but he can't be with her any longer either and they break up. Late in the day, the tension between Geoffrey and Ben boils over and Ben moves out.
Things should be on solid ground for Richard. Sure he's also handling some of the overflow from Lina, but the sentencing hearing he has before Judge Walker should be adjourned, given his barrister has been called away… and he has his first date lined up with Lisa. But things never run smoothly where Judge Walker is concerned and when she refuses to postpone the hearing Richard is thrown into a panic as it falls to him to make the Crown submissions. Everything seems to be in order, until Richard is required to challenge some of the Defence submissions and Judge Walker attacks him once again. Faced with a matter of principle, Richard is forced to cancel his much longed-for date with Lisa to work through the night, or a drug-dealing defendant will get off with a light sentence. Burning the midnight oil, Richard is pleasantly surprised as Lisa shows up anyway, taking him out for a quick drink instead. Then, just as he's starting to relax, he's called back to work but he's buoyed when Lisa mentions she would like to see him again. The next day Richard beats Judge Walker back once and for all and comes to claim is prize… A kiss from Lisa.
Still swimming in an ocean of regret after her drunken performance at Janet's, Erin is eager to let her know that she appreciates Janet's efforts to support her. Firstly by doing a good job – on hers and Lina's briefs - then secondly by staging a surprise baby shower, much to Tracey's dismay because she was planning to throw a shower too. Janet is mortified by the attention, but she's also touched. And later, as she surveys all the baby gifts, there's an unanticipated consequence as the reality of what lies ahead begins to dawn on her.


S01E20 - Episode 20 Air Date: 16 November 2011 13:00 -

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While Richard and Tatum face the violent fallout of their lie, Erin faces a formidable opponent in court.

Erin is given her first major contest a seemingly open-and-shut ATM robbery case, But she is taken aback when she discovers the defence barrister is the formidable Claudia Swann. Soon, she begins to realise she may be dealing with a case much more complex than it appears. Conrad finds Richard's cougar porn stash and decides to confront him. Persuaded by Tatum to maintain the lie, Richard once again fools Conrad. But when Con catches Richard in bed with Lisa, there can be no more denial. Things get heated and the lie divides the household. While Richard and Tatum retreat to the safety of work, Conrad goes on a bender... Ben is given a case with more than twenty defendants. Lucky for him, they're hot gymnasts. Which means a bit of overtime for playboy Ben. And the DPP are under fire from the new Attorney General, but no one is under any illusions. They know the broadside has been directed by Miriam Mansie.
Erin is given her first major contest, but she takes offence when it's made clear she's been given a case that is less emotionally taxing that those she's been involved with lately. It's a seemingly open-and-shut ATM robbery case, but Erin is taken aback when she discovers the defence barrister is the formidable Claudia Swann. In court, Claudia begins to sway the case in favour of the defence – until a sudden change of plea leaves Erin taken aback and Lina suspicious. Erin decides to investigate the events behind the strange turnaround, and when she is warned off by a total stranger, she begins to realise she may be dealing with a case much more complex than it appears...
Conrad finds Richard's cougar porn stash and decides to confront him. Persuaded by Tatum to maintain the lie, Richard once again fools Conrad. But when Con catches Richard in bed with Lisa, there can be no more denial. Things get heated and the lie divides the household. While Richard and Tatum retreat to the safety of work, Conrad goes on a bender...
Ben is given a case with more than twenty defendants. Lucky for him, they're hot gymnasts. And even better, one of them wants to represent herself. Which means a bit of overtime for playboy Ben...
And the DPP are under fire from the new Attorney General, but no one is under any illusions. They know the broadside has been directed by Miriam Mansie.


S01E21 - Episode 21 Air Date: 23 November 2011 13:00 -

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Erin makes a decision that sends shockwaves through the DPP while Lina struggles to balance her work with Andy's fragile state.

Shaken by her encounter with the mysterious coffee man, Erin struggles to function as normal. Although she is doing well at work, the threat looms over her, and leads her to reassess her future at the DPP. Tracey puts Ben on a new case (with Tony) – that of Esther Carr – a woman who is suspected of defrauding her chronically ill brother, Glenn Carr, for whom she is primary carer. When Tony refuses to work with Ben, Lina is brought in to take over… and what she discovers will potentially save a life and force her to question where her own loyalties lie with Andy. Janet isn't far from taking her maternity leave and David has seen fit to swap her heavy work for shorter, more practical matters – including that of the wayward ‘sunbathing penis'. Miriam Mansie has been in to the DPP to implement the budget cuts she has been threatening in the media. David is left with no option but to ask Tracey for one solicitor from each group to fire. Someone has to go. Conrad and Danny pay Richard and Tatum a surprise visit and Danny orders Conrad and Tatum to sort things out while he takes a terrified Richard for a walk. Richard takes solace in the company of Ben – and his luxury hotel suite.
Erin, afraid after her recent threatening encounter with the mysterious coffee man, is finding it increasingly hard to function as normal. Despite Lina and Andy's encouragement to report the attack, Erin is worried that getting the police involved will embroil her deeper in an underworld crime syndicate, leaving her at the mercy of Claudia Swann. Although Erin's doing really well at work (and Janet's impressed with her objectivity), the threat looms over her and is one of the deciding factors that leads her to reassess her future at the DPP and make a major decision that will send shock waves through the DPP.
Tracey puts Ben on a new case (with Tony) – that of Esther Carr – a woman who is suspected of defrauding her chronically ill brother, Glenn Carr, for whom she is primary carer. The Police come to the DPP to seek advice before charging Esther, but their paper trail is weak and they're going to need more evidence. When Tony refuses to work with Ben, Lina is brought in to take over. Despite juggling work with trying to be there for Andy (who has discovered he was culpable for the shooting), Lina commits to her new case. When Tahli Carr, Glenn's daughter, returns from overseas, she pressures Lina to have Esther charged. What Lina discovers will potentially save a life and force her to question where her own loyalties lie with Andy.
Janet isn't far from taking her maternity leave, but until that time arrives, she's determined to continue her prosecutorial duties as normal. David, however, has seen fit to swap her heavy work for shorter, more practical matters – including that of the wayward ‘sunbathing penis'. Janet, though irritated, deals with the matters and decides to nolle the case on the basis of not enough evidence. It isn't long before she has her real work back, but the brief respite is a reminder of what her new, quieter life will be outside of the DPP.
David is not having a good day. Miriam Mansie has been in to the DPP to implement the budget cuts she has been threatening in the media. David is left with no option but to ask Tracey for one solicitor from each group to fire. The threat of this hangs over everyone, especially those in Group Five who believe and know themselves to be responsible for the leaked memo. Someone has to go, but when more than one person confesses, David is left with the realisation that he has been deceived by everyone, including his supposed ally, Janet.
On top of this, David receives an unexpected visit from Lyndi Quinn. Far from the hostile woman he's seen before, Mrs Quinn has brought in evidence that will exonerate David and damn her husband as being guilty as hell. What David chooses to do with the evidence remains to be seen.
Conrad and Danny pay Richard and Tatum a surprise visit and Danny orders Conrad and Tatum to sort things out while he takes a terrified Richard for a walk. Conrad is still angry about being lied to, but eventually he and Tatum talk it out (which inevitably leads to make]up sex). All is well until Conrad admits he hit a cop. Furious about the implications of this for her career, Tatum throws him out of the house again and tells him not to contact her.
Meanwhile, Danny shares with Richard his dreams for one day being a grandfather and drives him to work, where they are seen by Tracey. Danny gives Richard a wad of cash and orders him to find somewhere else to live. Other than finding ways of getting rid of Danny's dirty money, Richard is also intent on reconciling with Lisa. When she breaks his heart, he seeks solace in the company of Ben, who is staying in a hotel since he fell out with his Dad. The two boys have a long night of fun and frivolity which bonds them and allows them to forget, if briefly, that the axe is hanging over one of their heads.


S01E22 - Episode 22 Air Date: 30 November 2011 13:00 -

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Janet goes out on a limb and makes a promise she might not be able to keep. Conrad's brief comes into the DPP, and Tatum begins to understand exactly the damage she has caused.

When Conrad's brief comes across Tracey's desk, Richard is called in to explain. Now he discovers what Conrad did on the night when everything went to pieces. Tracey gives the file to Ben and Richard has to break the news to Tatum. Tracey's heart goes out to her when she sees how distressed she is, and she comforts her and suggests she move into Erin's office. Tatum and Richard remain estranged, but their estrangement takes an unexpected turn later that night at Gar's Bar. Janet and Lina are shocked to learn that Max Gardiner has been found dead and Sean has confessed to killing his son to protect their new baby. Virginia appears unannounced at the DPP, begging for Janet's help to keep Sean out of jail. Guilty and moved and extremely pregnant, Janet promises to ensure charges against Sean don't proceed. But the autopsy results on Max take that decision out of Janet's hands. Miriam Mansie pressures David to retire early but Janet believes that this witch hunt demands he release the Quinn tapes to clear his name, but after some soul searching, David destroys the tapes, sacrificing himself for the welfare of Quinn's daughters and takes some of his mountain of unpaid leave. He appoints Tony to take over and his first act is to destroy Tracey's whiteboard and demand that she return to work as an advocate. Horrified, Tracey gets drunk on shots with Tatum, and throws herself on her mercy – Tatum is not at all sure how to respond to her enemy's plea for help. Erin fronts up to the DPP for what she thinks is an exit interview, and is surprised when she is offered her job back. Unsure, what to do, she returns at the end of the day to pick up a promised reference, but then Janet goes into labour. With Ash uncontactable, Erin has no choice but to stay with Janet through the birth of the twins.
Tracey is surprised, and not pleased, when Conrad's brief comes across her desk. Richard is called in to explain, and it's only now that he discovers what Conrad did on the night when everything went to pieces. He pleads with Tracey to not give the file to anyone in his group, as they're all friends of Conrad's. But Tracey hands it on to Ben, after reminding him that the duties of a lawyer include not letting personal interests affect one's work. Richard breaks the news to Tatum, who know nothing about the assault. She's furious, and confronts Conrad – telling him not come near her. Tracey calls Tatum in to reprimand her and is shocked when Tatum, overwhelmed by guilt, bursts into tears. Tracey's heart goes out to her when she sees how distressed she is, and she comforts her and suggests she move into Erin's office. Tatum and Richard remain estranged, but their estrangement takes an unexpected turn later that night at Gar's Bar.
Janet and Lina are shocked to learn that Max Gardiner, the twelve year old they prosecuted for the murder of his brother, has been found dead. At first they assume he has killed himself out of guilt, but Dylan Thorne informs them that his father has killed him, ostensibly protecting their new baby. David asks Tony to take over the case, which makes Janet feel sidelined and furious. She is also overwhelmed with guilt – believing she should have stuck to her guns and refused to prosecute Max. She makes sure that Tracey knows not to give any of her cases away while she is on maternity leave. Virginia appears unannounced at the DPP, begging for Janet's help to keep Sean out of jail. Guilty and moved and extremely pregnant, Janet promises to ensure charges against Sean do 't proceed. But the autopsy results on max take that decision out of Janet's hands.
Going into labour at the office, with Ash unavailable, was not part of Janet's birth plan, and she discovers she's actually terrified.
Erin fronts up to the DPP for what she thinks is an exit interview, and is surprised when she is offered her job back. She asks Janet to provide her with a reference for a job with a defence firm, and returns at the end of the day to collect it. Practising tough love, Janet puts Erin through the paces of what defence work might involve, but before they can reach any resolution, Janet goes into labour. With Ash uncontactable, Erin has no choice but to stay with Janet, and make sure that she is alright.
David asks Janet's advice over the Quinn tapes. She thinks he should give then to the police, but David is uncertain. Miriam Mansie arrives and pressures David to retire early. Janet believes that this witch hunt demands he release the Quinn tapes to Miriam, to clear his name, but after some consideration, David destroys the tapes, sacrificing himself for the welfare of Quinn's daughters. But, enraged by the bullying from the AG's Department, he decides to take some of his mountain of unpaid leave – and appoint Tony to run the ship. Tony's first act is to destroy Tracey's whiteboard and demand that she return to work as an advocate.
Tracey, horrified by the idea of returning to advocacy, and equally horrified by the idea of Tony running the DPP, gets drunk on shots with Tatum, and throws herself on her mercy – Tatum is not at all sure how to respond to her enemy's plea for help.

Crownies Actors

Indiana Evans(Tatum Novak)

Todd Lasance(Ben McMahon)

Ella Scott Lynch(Erin O'Shaughnessy)

Hamish Michael(Richard Stirling)

Andrea Demetriades(Lina Badir)

Chantelle Jamieson(Julie Rousseau)



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