Andrew-Lee Potts as

Episodes 6

July 5, 2004

Rose receives an appeal from Daniel Berrington, who was found guilty of murdering retired army officer Arthur Towns when he was ten years old. He is now eighteen and eligible for parole, but he risks his chance of freedom by claiming his innocence. Rose once again drags Maloney into the case, which could risk their careers.

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July 6, 2004

Rose receives an appeal from Daniel Berrington, who was found guilty of murdering retired army officer Arthur Towns when he was ten years old. He is now eighteen and eligible for parole, but he risks his chance of freedom by claiming his innocence. Rose once again drags Maloney into the case, which could risk their careers.

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July 12, 2004

When the Government orders that cases where the defendants were convicted of infantcide due to evidence from expert witnesses, Rose and Maloney dig up the case of Katie Phelan, who was convicted of killing a baby in her care on the evidence of Dr. Diane Marquis. Rose and Maloney learn that the baby's parents also had another child who died, and they believe that they have a case of cot death, until the family doctor drops a bombshell.

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July 13, 2004

When the Government orders that cases where the defendants were convicted of infantcide due to evidence from expert witnesses, Rose and Maloney dig up the case of Katie Phelan, who was convicted of killing a baby in her care on the evidence of Dr. Diane Marquis. Rose and Maloney learn that the baby's parents also had another child who died, and they believe that they have a case of cot death, until the family doctor drops a bombshell.

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July 19, 2004

Vincent Parris asks the CJRA to investigate his father's conviction for the murder of a fellow prisoner, after having been the victim of racist remarks. George Parris had already been jailed for armed robbery, but his family believe that the police had framed him for. As Rose and Maloney delve deeper into the case, someone tries very hard to stop them.

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July 26, 2004

Vincent Parris asks the CJRA to investigate his father's conviction for the murder of a fellow prisoner, after having been the victim of racist remarks. George Parris had already been jailed for armed robbery, but his family believe that the police had framed him for. As Rose and Maloney delve deeper into the case, someone tries very hard to stop them.

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