Episode 1

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Criminal Justice, Series 2 Episode 1 of 5

Duration: 1 hour

Thriller written by Peter Moffat.

Juliet Miller's life is turned upside down forever after an incident that leaves her family fighting for life, love and survival.

From the outside, Joe and Juliet Miller seem to have perfect lives: designer house, Joe's dazzling career as a top barrister, Juliet's enviable job as stay-at-home-mum to 13-year-old Ella - but all is not what it seems.

A flustered Juliet prepares for her husband's return from work. He arrives with flowers and greets wife and daughter, but both adults are jumpy and frenetic. We see unsettling clues as to what might be going on and wait anxiously for some kind of eruption. That night, a shocking incident occurs that will change each of their lives forever. Juliet is plunged into the criminal justice system and has to fight for her sanity and the survival of her family.

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Credits

Juliet Miller
Maxine Peake
Joe Miller
Matthew Macfadyen
Jack Woolf
Sophie Okonedo
DCI Bill Faber
Denis Lawson
Defendant
Bob Mercer
Dominic Rose
Rupert Procter
John
Christian Roe
Anna Klein
Zoe Telford
Drug Dealer
Adam Deacon
Saul
Eddie Marsan
Ella Miller
Alice Sykes
Kate Rose
Madelaine Rakic-Platt
PC Trussler
Ike Hamilton
PC Hawes
Laura Checkley
PC Brawn
David MacCreedy
Paramedic
Kemal Sylvester
Norma Fredericks
Nadine Marshall
DI Chris Sexton
Steven Mackintosh
DS Flo Sexton
Kate Hardie
Doctor
Uriel Emil
Desk Sergeant
Alan McKenna
Director
Yann Demange
Producer
Steve Lightfoot
Writer
Peter Moffat

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