Garrow's Law (2009– )
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Having successfully defended a prostitute accused of killing a masochistic client, Garrow takes up the case of Joseph Hamer, charged with treason for belonging to the Corresponding Society,... See full summary »

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William Garrow
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Southouse
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Lady Sarah Hill
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Sir Arthur
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Silvester
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Judge Buller
Anthony Bowers ...
Court Clerk
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Thomas Rawlings
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Mary Hamer
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Joseph Hamer
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Charles Lynam
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Lord Melville
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Sir John Scott
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Having successfully defended a prostitute accused of killing a masochistic client, Garrow takes up the case of Joseph Hamer, charged with treason for belonging to the Corresponding Society, who advocate a wider enfranchisement and much needed electoral reform. The prosecutor is Attorney General Scott, a foolish wind-bag, and Garrow wins the case, thanks to crucial information supplied by Lady Sarah. She knows full well that her husband, member of parliament for a nominal constituency, stood to gain if Garrow lost but she is a woman of great principles, for which reason she also refuses to leave Sir Arthur, by whom she is pregnant, for Garrow. Written by don @ minifie-1

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22 November 2009 (UK)  »

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