Feb 23, 2009
A baby's corpse is found in a bag at the local hospital, poisoned by gas fumes from a faulty heater in his mother's flat. A fellow tenant, Mike Turner, has been bribed by the landlady, Maureen Walters, to harass the occupants into leaving so that she can renovate the building for higher rents and he is charged with tampering with the heater and killing the child. Although a mistrial is initially called when the building's French caretaker is mistranslated, D.S. Brooks gets the trial back on track when he finds that Mrs. Walters has been bribing environmental health ...
Mar 02, 2009
A 13-year-old boy is found kicked to death at Euston station. Mandy, his mother, is a former drug addict and her boyfriend is in the frame as the murderer because he is already suspected of physical abuse towards the victim. At the trial, defence barrister Beatrice McArdle advances a bizarre line of defence - her client is "genetically predisposed" towards murder and, therefore, has no control over their actions.
Mar 09, 2009
The body of ex-vice squad officer Frank McCallum is found in the back of a car. He apparently was killed after oral sex. Though married to an adoring wife Frank had a roving eye and money from the paint-balling firm for which he worked is unaccounted for. The trail leads to a shop run by two friends,Emma and Kate, who moonlight as high-class prostitutes to pay for their sons' school fees and Emma's unique and expensive lipstick is identified amongst the forensic evidence in the back of the car. She claims that Frank tried to rape her and that she killed him in ...
Mar 16, 2009
The nine-year-old skeleton of David Ackroyd is discovered in Thames mudflats. Ackroyd was clearly shot but in 1999 Luke Slade was convicted of his murder although no corpse was found and an unreliable witness claimed that Slade told him he had stabbed his victim. Whilst in jail Slade has become skilled in the law and wins himself a re-trial, putting James Steel's career on the line in the process. Fortunately for Steel, a visit to Slade's old cell-mate yields results.
Mar 23, 2009
The remains of a small boy discovered in a wall by workmen are identified as those of Tommy Keegan, who disappeared twenty-five years earlier. A neighbour, Edward Connor, a suspected paedophile, was arrested then but released for lack of evidence. Brooks and Devlin believe that Julia Mortimer, who used to play with Tommy when they were children, is subconsciously suppressing her memories of the events of the time, and, under regression hypnosis, names her estranged father Vernon not only as the killer but as a paedophile himself who molested her too. The court trial ...
Mar 30, 2009
An arson attack on a Turkish social club kills seventeen people. The perpetrator, Nazim Kazaba, is caught as part of the device he used went off in the blast and got embedded in his leg. He claims that Ediz Kilic, a respected Turkish businessman, is also a people smuggler who forced him to silence the clubbers, illegal immigrants ready to expose his activities. Amid charges of racism Steel jeopardises his friendship with a Turk from his student days to get information to bring Kilic down.
Apr 06, 2009
Brooks and Devlin investigate when prosecutor Alesha Phillips claims that gynaecologist Alec Merrick has got frisky with her but conflicting reports from previous clients make arrest impossible. She returns to see Merrick, who drugs and rapes her, which she captures on spy camera, but at his trial his barrister claims entrapment and the jury take his side. But it is not over yet.
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A half crime Drama/half legal procedure focusing on the Criminal Investigation Department (C.I.D) Detectives who investigate murders involving the people on the streets of London and the Crown Prosecutors who prosecute the defendants in court. The police half focuses on the exciting case load of London Metropolitan Murder Investigation Unit (M.I.U) made up of dedicated officers including recovering alcoholic Senior Detective Sergeant (D.S) Ronnie Brooks (Bradley Walsh), who substitutes booze with food, he is a cop from the East End with a tough past and a big heart. His partner is Junior Detective Sergeant (D.S) Joe Hawkins (Ben Bailey-Smith), a young officer who has come straight from child protection to the murder squad. Their boss DI Wes Leyton (Paterson Joseph) has been through it all and knows the only way to change things is from the inside. Once our police heroes start pounding the streets in the pursuit of their prime suspect by piecing together the clues of each and every heinous crime. They do not stop until the jigsaw is complete and they have enough evidence to make an arrest. But catching the killer isn't always enough, once the crooks are caught and the evidence has been gathered, the Crown Prosecution Service (C.P.S) takes over for the second half and in a tough criminal justice system founded up the belief of 'Innocent until proven guilty' the burden of proof falls on the shoulders of the Prosecutors of the CPS. Fighting furiously for justice week in week out is Senior Crown Prosecutor Jake Thorne (Dominic Rowan), who is supported by the defense barrister turned Junior Crown Prosecutor Kate Barker (Georgia Taylor) and keeping them in check is CPS London director Henry Sharpe (Peter Davison), who steers his office with a steady hand. The CPS team tackle the biggest and most controversial case where life and liberty hang in the balance, These are their stories.
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As D.S. Ronnie Brooks
As D.I. Natalie Chandler
As Alesha Phillips
As D.S. Matt Devlin
As James Steel
As George Castle
As S.O.C.O. Joy Ackroyd
As S.O.C.O. Pete