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Episode #5.3 

The double murder investigation steers Laure's team towards a group of bank Raiders. Laure is not convinced of Jaulin's guilt.



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Episode credited cast:
Caroline Proust ...
Laure Berthaud
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
François Roban
Pierre Clément
Joséphine Karlsson
Philippe Magnan ...
Bâtonnier Guyot
Fatou N'Diaye ...
Kevin Lesueur
David Saracino ...
Jérôme Vernier


The double murder investigation steers Laure's team towards a group of bank Raiders. Laure is not convinced of Jaulin's guilt.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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17 November 2014 (France)  »

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Laure's planned trip to The Netherlands
20 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Laure is determined to have an abortion, and she books an appointment for a late termination in The Netherlands.

Herville attempts to get into the good books by investigating petty thieves causing havoc amongst vulnerable residents and tourists.

Laure's relationship with Tintin is very icy, as she probably blames him for Sami's untimely death.

Anyway, it turns out there's a possible link between the double homicide and the ATM raids. Judge Roban wants the ATM case and asks Judge Mendy to hand it over. Roban is unimpressed by Mendy's stubbornness. I guess being sassy and uppity isn't a good quality for a young judicial officer like Mendy.

There's a reference to the explosion at the end of season 4. One of the visiting cops asks the team how they got their new office, and Gilou wryly mentions the explosion.

I noticed that Laure and her team use a large whiteboard to investigate the double homicide, just like they do in Midsomer Murders, Vera, and DCI Banks.

Blanco is a suspect in the ATM raider case.

Also the Royal Pacha, a shisha place, features. We get to see a bit of the suburban Parisian nightlife in this episode.

Also Pierre is desperate to run for the Bar Council.

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