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In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate, yet equally important groups: the police who investigate crime, and the Crown Prosecutors who prosecute the offenders. These are their stories.
Brought into an extremely busy A&E with flu-like symptoms and leaving in a body bag, Suzanne Morton's death is treated as suspicious by DS Brooks and DS Devlin as they investigate a hospital department which has had three such untimely deaths within six months. Senior Crown Prosecutor, Jake Thorne is pulled in opposite directions when the chief suspect in the case claims to have been framed for the murder by others within his department. With a conspiracy of silence permeating the hospital staff, it's clear that there's more to this case than meets the eye and only by penetrating the web of professional loyalties can the truth emerge.
When two year old Ryan Stark goes missing from a high street merry-go-round, his distraught mother reports him kidnapped and a massive police hunt is launched to find the missing toddler. In spite of public appeals and additional police manpower, the search throws up more questions than answers. The legal case uncovers a history of dealings with the social services before Ryan went missing, something which raises the possibility that his mother isn't being entirely truthful.
Found in a hotel lying in a pool of blood, call girl Katka Cizek, seems to have only one admirer capable of her murder. A man with her on the night, a man without an alibi, a man with everything to lose if his secret obsession for her revealed. A seemingly cut and dry case, Alesha, given the reins to lead the cross-examination, begins to suspect someone has reason to frame the accused.
A night club peppered with bullets. Two victims bleeding out on the floor. The start of a deadly gun rampage through the streets of London. With the media swarming all over the case and a hostage to find, Matt and Ronnie are against the clock as they try to track down the Bonnie and Clyde duo wreaking havoc on the city streets. However, capture is far from closure when defence barrister, Phyllis Gladstone, takes the case on, arguing that one of the pair was more innocent victim than violent killer.
Stabbed to death while they slept, the killings of David and Elaine Lerner prove a mystery to DS Devlin and DS Brooks. Universally loved, there's not a single lead that points to grievances held or enemies made. As our Crown Prosecutors navigate this seemingly senseless crime, Jake's old mentor, Margaret Rumsfield, argues the accused should face only manslaughter charges. Without motive, without intent, can the CPS make a murder charge stick?
When Lia Brown is killed by a stray bullet, the team struggles to understand the involvement of 12-year-old Kaden Blake in the shooting. Kaden is caught up in the local gang culture, and keeping silent is his only protection. Matt is drawn to this damaged boy, saddened to see a life so doomed by circumstance and furious that local dealer and gang leader Mark Ellis remains untouchable by the law. Despite the gang culture of intimidation and silence, Kaden finds the courage to speak out - but in doing so, sets in motion a shattering chain of events.
Bill Paterson(Crown Prosecution Service Director George Castle)
Bradley Walsh(Detective Sergeant Ronnie Brooks)
Jamie Bamber(Detective Sergeant Matt Devlin)
Paterson Joseph(Detective Inspector Wes Leyton)
Ben Daniels(Senior Crown Prosecutor James Steel)
Freema Agyeman(Junior Crown Prosecutor Alesha Phillips)
Harriet Walter(Detective Inspector Natalie Chandler)
Peter Davison(Crown Prosecution Service Director Henry Sharpe)
Ben Bailey-Brown(Detective Sergeant Joe Hawkins)
Sharon Small(Detective Inspector Elisabeth Flynn)
Georgia Taylor(Junior Crown Prosecutor Kate Barker)
Robert Glenister(Opening Narration)
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