Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice, written by Peter Moffat, is a series that takes an uncompromising and insightful look at our criminal justice system. Each season, it follows the emotional and suspenseful journey of a character accused of murder as he or she faces the frightening trek through the system.

Episode Info

Final: 2x05 -- Series 2, Episode 5 (Oct/09/2009)

The jury consider their verdict. Juliet awaits the outcome which will have effect both her and her children's future.
Maxine PeakeMaxine Peake
As Juliet Miller (2009)
Matthew MacFadyen (1)Matthew MacFadyen (1)
As Joe Miller (2009)
Denis LawsonDenis Lawson
As DCI Faber (2009)
Steven MackintoshSteven Mackintosh
As DI Sexton (2009)
Sophie OkonedoSophie Okonedo
As Jack (2009)
Ben WhishawBen Whishaw
As Ben Coulter (2008)
Bill PatersonBill Paterson
As DCI Harry Box (2008)
Pete PostlethwaitePete Postlethwaite
As Hooch (2008)
David HarewoodDavid Harewood
As Freddie Graham (2008)
Lindsay DuncanLindsay Duncan
As Alison Slaughter (2008)

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Reviews: 6
Total CrapRating: 0 likes, 1 dislikes

More fun watching paint dry 5 hours of a story that could have been done in 1 hour just padded out please dont waste your life with this one, Read more

Review posted on Monday, October 12th 2009 at 7:55 am

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Creator: Peter Moffat
Executive Producer: Hilary Salmon
Producer: Pier Wilkie

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Recurring Guests

Eddie Marsan as Saul (5 eps)
Ian Peck as Milroy (2 eps)
Jaye Griffiths as Helen Marlowe (2 eps)
John Hodgkinson as Rogers (2 eps)
David Annen as Hugo Curry (2 eps)
Kate Hardie as DS Flo Sexton (2 eps)
Joe Dixon as Robert Lloyd (2 eps)
Sam Alexander as PC Jeary (2 eps)
Ruth Negga as Melanie (2 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Crime | Drama | Thriller
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: June 30, 2008
Ended: October 02, 2009
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