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Episode 14

Thursday, October 06, 2011 (9.30)
Ratings: 0.539 million viewers (21st)
Written by Blake Ayshford
Directed by Lynn Hegarty

Tatum and Tony attend an inquest into the death of a young policeman during a training course. It looks like a straightforward affair — Sergeant Anthony Harrison got lost on a night march, fell, hit his head and died. But Tatum has her doubts when it appears the police intend to blame Sergeant Harrison for his own death. Tony warns her against 'taking sides', but he soon realises that the police may in fact have something to hide, and steps up the pressure in his examination.

It's the day of the Quinn committal, and everyone at the DPP is on edge. Rhys' discovery that the victims only reported the alleged abuse once they discovered they were eligible for Victim's Compensation throws their prosecution of Attorney General Quinn into doubt. And when the judge pronounces a verdict of 'no case to answer' the whole of the DPP is left feeling devastated.

David convenes a 'war council' together with Tony and Janet, and they decide he should go on a popular shock-jock's radio show, paving the way for a direct indictment. But the Quinn case is about to face its biggest hurdle yet.

Richard works an unusual affray case, and struggles to keep his composure with a difficult witness. Lina and Janet decide the police must arrest the ten-year-old killer, Max Gardiner, but Lina and Erin clash over whether the DPP is in fact doing the right thing.


  • Todd Lasance as Ben McMahon
  • Hamish Michael as Richard Stirling
  • Ella Scott Lynch as Erin O'Shaughnessy
  • Andrea Demetriades as Lina Badir
  • Marta Dusseldorp as Janet King
  • Indiana Evans as Tatum Novak
  • Peter Kowitz as Tony Gillies
  • Jeanette Cronin as Tracey Samuels
  • Lewis Fitz-Gerald as David Sinclair
  • Jerome Ehlers as Rhys Kowalski
  • Ian Bliss as Inspector Red Bindall
  • William Zappa as Gary Snyder
  • Walter Grkovic as Martin Harrison
  • Fiona Press as Justice Danielle Vignando
  • Elan Zavelsky as Detective Constable Dimitri Wright
  • Annette Shun Wah as Dr Aurelia Zen
  • Russell Newman as Adam Kent
  • Sara Gleeson as Carol Wolfe
  • Isha Kamara as Bintu Sesay
  • Sophie Hensser as Nadia Tesla
  • Andrew Doyle as Nicholas Quinn
  • Sarah Woods as Lyndi Quinn
  • Paul Moxey as Harry
  • Cecilia Khoo as Gail
  • Jonathan Daley as Anthony Harrison
  • James Belfage as Milton Braithwaite
  • Annabelle Jane Gilbert as Holly Quinn
  • Isabella Harvey as Charlotte Quinn