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New Street Law


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7/8. Jack and Annie represent an 18-year-old gang member who is accused of a shooting that left a police officer paralysed. Jack believes his client has been framed, but will he find anyone brave enough to speak out against the feared gang leader? Joe strives to prove himself in his first jury trial.
Writer Matthew Hall
Producer Matthew Bird ; Director Emma Bodger


Unknown: Matthew Hall
Producer: Matthew Bird
Director: Emma Bodger
Sally Benn: Jayne Ashbourne
Al Ware: Chris Gascoyne
Jack Roper: John Hannah
Charlie Darling: John Thomson
Joe Stevens: Lee Williams
Annie Quick: Lara Cazalet
Laura Scammell: Lisa Faulkner
Honor Scammell: Penny Downie
Laurence Scammell: Paul Freeman
Faye Goodman: Samina Bux
Nathan Harland: Marcus Hercules
Judge Winyard: Don Warrington
Chris Quick: Ben Owen Jones
Court One clerk: Angela Murray
Dl Branston: David Harewood
Ash Asian: Ace Bhatti
Robson: Nitin Ganatra
Eileen Davies: June Broughton
DC Trowlbridge: Lain McKee
Judge Newland: Joanna Roth
Court Two clerk: Duncan Clyde
Alfie: Lucien Laviscount
Keith Telford: Darren Tighe
Ella: Sophia Di Martino

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