Garrow's Law

Season 1 Episode 4

Season One, Episode Four

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Nov 22, 2009 on BBC
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Season One, Episode Four
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Garrow wins another case and he's begged to defend a woman's husband, who's in prison on suspicion of sedition.

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    Kate Dickie

    Kate Dickie

    Mary Hamer

    Guest Star

    Paul Hilton

    Paul Hilton

    Joseph Hamer

    Guest Star

    Stephen Boxer

    Stephen Boxer

    Viscount Melville

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      • William Garrow: (to Lady Sarah Hill) Leave him. We are of common mind about this world and although I cannot offer all a man of his position can, we will be well together, we... We will begin anew.

      • William Garrow: I object to this material being read unless it can be shown that Mr. Hamer knew the content of it.
        Silvester: What is declared by the conspirators is evidence against those that are present as well as those that are not.
        William Garrow: My Lord, surely not or where will this end? There are those in the gallery ready to give their view of this fine man. Is that not evidence?
        Silvester: The Law is clear. Mr. Garrow will have his fun. But it does not mask his ignorance of the Law. A failing his client may not live to regret.
        William Garrow: If the Law calls this material evidence, then it is the Law that is ignorant

      • Viscount Melville: I have offered Mr. Garrow King's Counsel. So, now we will see what a man might do for principle and what for glory.

      • William Garrow: Gentlemen of the jury. When we speak of liberty, we speak of the liberty of thought and speech and action that every Englishman was born with. It is not a thing granted him by the King and his counsellors. And not to be taken from him by those counsellors. It must not to be taken from him. Beware the role that this trial will play in the history of our nation.

      • Lady Sarah Hill: There is intrigue surrounding the trial of Joseph Hamer. And it has been manufactured in this house.
        Sir Arthur Hill: I cannot discuss that.
        Lady Sarah Hill: Please? I know your part in this is poisoning you. Tell me of it. What have you to gain from affecting this trial? Is it to injure William Garrow?
        Sir Arthur Hill: To hell with Garrow. All roads do not lead to his door.
        Lady Sarah Hill:Then what?
        Sir Arthur Hill: Everything I have built I stand to lose if men like Joseph Hamer get their way. They would reform the boroughs; I would lose my seat, my influence.
        Lady Sarah Hill: Arthur, what have you done?
        Sir Arthur Hill: I am in danger of losing... all I have.
        Lady Sarah Hill: You are in danger of losing your wife.

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