Hit and Run
2 hour pilot
David uses the press—and gutter journalist Louise Jarvis—to build his case when a child is killed by a hit and run driver. While David fights for justice for his client, he finds the cost is high—perhaps too high…
With: Ben Baker as Samson Silesi, Stephen Tozer as Roger Hunt, Louise Wallace as Judge Adrian Saunders, Ueta Siteine as Sonny Tuilala, Liddy Holloway as Leonie Hunt, Glen Drake as Simon Hunt, Oliver Green as Seth, Gillian Baxter as Debra, Peter Feeney as Kenneth, Darren Selby as Manny, Greg Johnson as Sgt Bill East, John Sumner as Traffic Prosecutor, Madeliene Lynch as Rachel O'Connor, Ann Tupu as Carla Tuisala, Alan Brash as Duty Sergeant, Derek Payne as Judge Springer, Stephen Hall as Fellows, Lauren Porteous-Morcom as Talia, Cemeron Smith as Breth Test Constable, Jeremy Birchall as Zak
While David battles a difficult drug case, his ute is stolen. The trail of spare parts leads him from dodgy scrap yards back to the High Court, but sees him caught in a potentially compromising situation.
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Sherril Cooper as Olive George, Tim Marechal as Deed, David Perrit as Troy, Allen Quirk as Stanlay, Ken Rassmussen as Gary, Amanda Rees as Sandra George, Elizabeth Skeen as Janine Silesi, Crawford Thomson as Lachie George, Tom Tino as Ellis, Marise Wipani as Anna Kerepu
Bewildered by a young man's re-offending, David is drawn unexpectedly into the world of modelling and drugs. But his plans to expose a dangerous modelling agent are thwarted by Melanie, who gets there first, and lands them all in some very hot water...
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Kama Brown as Sadie O'Neill, Irene Drake as Tony's Shop Assistant, Phoebe Falconer as Kayla Lynch, Craig Hall as Justin Lynch, Linz Hart as Pamela, Derek Payne as Judge Springer, Allen Quirk as Stanlay, Michael Saccente as Tony Litchman, Janet Saussey as Vicky Chadwick, John Sumner as Prosecuting Sergeant, Jason Tahu as Prison Guard
Who Lives by the Sword...
David is wary of defending a gang member accused of a violent robbery—but doesn't know that Samson is a witness to the crime. When the truth is exposed, both Samson and David are in danger—and the gang suspect is in for a gruesome surprise.
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Chris Bailey as Judge Shannon, Kama Brown as Sadie O'Neill, Ric Chan as Dairy Owner, Ted Clarke as Dean Stirling, Jo-Anne Crichton as Jude Stirling, Paul Paice as Manager, Allen Quirk as Stanlay, Elizabeth Skeen as Janine Silesi, Greg Ward as Defence Council, Mark Williams as Ral, Marise Wipani as Anna Kerepu
In the Name of the Son
The office divides along emotional lines when David battles bureaucracy, taking on the case of a father refusing medical treatment for his sick child. David tries to shield the father from a public witch-hunt, with heart-breaking consequences.
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Chris Bailey as Judge Shannon, Milan Borich as Freddo, Kama Brown as Sadie O'neill, Dean Butler as Nigel Manson, Sherril Cooper as Olive George, Tiffany De Castro as Heather Taylor, Kieren Hedley as Michael George, Jason Hoyte as Dr. Stuart Palmer, Beledicta Joseph as Sara George, Mark Kingham as Cop, Geoffery Knight as Sgt. Tony Meadows, Megan Nicol as Simone, Amanda Rees as Sandra George, Gabriel Reid as Simon Harrison, Crawford Thomson as Lachie George
E is for Exit
Tim gets his first client—Melanie—when she and friend Freddo are implicated in the Ecstasy death of a friend. David acts for Freddo—while Joni's foray into the underworld of gym culture leads to an unexpected development in David's case.
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Timothy James Adam as Noel, Sam Bailey as Jace, Nadine Bernecker as T-Shirt Girl, Milan Borich as Freddo, Barry Duffield as Kevin Rydell, Michael Hallows as Mark, Megan Nicol as Simone, Sarah Litherland as Sandy
David defends Dean Stirling on his murder charge, and must explore some difficult psychological questions in an effort to save his client. But Adie's objections find David backed up against the wall, with time running out.
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Ted Clarke as Dean Stirling, Nigel Godfrey as Dr. Rodney Stevens, Michael Hallows as Mark, Michelle Leuthart as Molly Riordon, Fiona Mogridge as Margaret Stemford, Megan Nicol as Simone, Allen Quirk as Stanley, Marise Wipani as Anna Kerepu
David becomes enmeshed in the story of a Polynesian Romeo and Juliet when he defends a young overstayer—who is at the mercy of a powerful boxing magnate.
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Milan Borich as Freddo, John Clarke as Wallace Culhane, Alvin Fitisemanu as Manuele Faamausili, Joe Folau as Sunny Sekona, Angela Gribben as Nicola Faamausili, Lucy Gribben as Mrs Faamausili, Michael Hallows as Mark, Linz Hart as Pamela, Albert Heimuli as Filo, Slade Leff as George, Simon Moultrie as Samaon's Apprentice, Derek Payne as Judge Springer, Elizabeth Skeen as Janine Silesi, John Summer as Processing Sergeant
Joni and Tim are caught up in waterfront intrigue when they try to unravel a property case—with Joni's life ultimately in danger. David must face his own demons when Adie complains to the Law Society over his behaviour in the Dean Stirling trial.
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Josephine Davidson as Lily Alexander, Mick Innes as Muzz Hodges, Michael Bragg as Barry Bond, Simon Moultrie as Samaon's Apprentice, David Telford as Chairman
Possession Is Ten Tenths Of The Law
When an unusual socialite is picked up on burglary charges, David must untangle a sordid mystery, which leads to Joni and a long-dormant case.
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Monique Joel as Terry Simmonds, Mark Kinghan as Cop, Fiona Maule as Receptionist, Tracey Mcguire as Samantha's Secretary, Nick Miller as Rowan Simmonds, Megan Nicol as Simone, Stephanie Paul as Samantha Tremaine, Derek Payne as Judge Springer, Peta Rutter as Pru Simmonds, Gavin Sayles as Squirt, John Summer as Prosecuting Sergeant, Tom Tino as Ellis, Patrick Wilson as Steve Simmonds
Rest In Peace
When an old friend of David's is charged with murdering his wife, David's loyalty is put to the test - reopening old wounds and forcing him to confront his feelings for Joni.
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Chris Bailey as Judge Shannon, Jan Hellriegel as Carol Gower, Kim Michalis as Frances Polsen, Anthony Royle as Service Attendant, Stuart Thorpe as Policeman, William Wallace as Ben Fenton, Marise Wipani as Anna Kerepu, Stelios Yiakmis as Mike Gower
When Samson is the victim of a deliberate hit and run, Van Dam's investigation takes a surprising turn - and criminal charges are laid against Samson. David's obsession with clearing his brother's name sees him stumble into a dangerous police operation.
With: Bruce Allpress as Neighbour, Milan Borich as Freddo, Fraley Cerutti as Gunman, Simon Moultrie as Samson's Apprentice, Kayla Polamalu as Salina Silesi, Brendan Roberts as Kimble Ewer, Elizabeth Skeen as Janine Silesi, Ronny Jnr Te Rite as Iosefa Silesi
Tension between Kees and David reaches a breaking point over the case of a rugby star charged with home invasion. Their resentments boil over on the rugby field, when Wyeth and Associates face off against the cops - and David and Kees go head to head.
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Mark "Bull" Allen as Barry "Buzz" Hamer, Catherine Boniface as Liz Davidson, Kana Brown as Sadie O'Neill, Francis Kirkpatrick as Jamie Hamer, Derek Payne as Judge Springer, John Summer as Prosecuting Sergeant
A killer is on the loose, hunting down gang members, and David insists to Van Dam that he knows who it is. But his words fall on deaf ears - until Joni is caught up in a nightmarish hostage drama, and David is the only one who can save her.
With: Cal Wilson as Yalena, Kana Brown as Sadie O'Neill, Rob Callaghan as Aos Cop, Ted Clarke as Dean Stirling, Lisette De Jong as Karen Riley, Andrew Kovacevich as Tank Riely, Joseph Main as Cain Riley, Sam Main as Bradley Riley, Kay Taylor as Police Operator, Mac The Dog as Himself
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