Garrow's Law

Season 3 Episode 4

Season Three, Episode Four

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Dec 04, 2011 on BBC
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Season Three, Episode Four
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Garrow gets pulled into a complex web of conspiracy and political double-dealing while defending a man accused of murder during a riot on polling day. He is assisted by Southouse's nephew George Pinnock. Garrow is also alone and grieving as Sarah run away with her son.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Inspired by the true case of Patrick Nicholson, James Ward, Joseph Shaw and James Murray; four men accused of murder and brought to the Old Bailey on 1st June 1784.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Lord Melville: Gentlemen, look upon Sir Arthur Hill, whose extravagant self-pity is out-weighed only by his vanity. And his vanity is often bested by an ignorance of the most crude political skill. He is of no use. None at all.

      • Lady Sarah Hill: William, all of these papers chart the business of Lord Melville's Admiralty. They record the flow of goods and the funds for purchase of those goods. Somewhere here, we will find Lord Melville's transgressions exposed.
        William Garrow: And how are you so sure?
        Lady Sarah Hill: Because he's a politician, and they're unable to handle the public purse without emptying some into their own.
        William Garrow: I had not known that you esteemed them so high.
        Lady Sarah Hill: You forget, sir, I married one.

      • William Garrow: My apologies to you, sir. You did not come here to see a trial lost.
        Charles Fox: No, I came to support a man who toils because he recognises a fellow innocent unless shown otherwise. And because he aches for change. And you have not lost. Your prey has only gone to ground. We will flush him out, and others like him.

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