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About this title

Storyline

In BBC2's sitcom `Defending the Guilty', set in the world of law, Will Packham, portrayed by Will Sharpe, is an idealistic pupil barrister. However, his boss doesn't respect him, his clients are all guilty and he is fighting for his job. Will is starting to wonder if he has got what it takes, especially when he has to defend a would-be murderer, keep a poet out of custody, and has to fetch Caroline, portrayed by Katherine Parkinson, a range of pastries. The series is based on the book `Defending the Guilty: Truth and Lies in the Criminal Courtroom', written by Alex McBride.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 19, 2018

Also Known As: Defending the Guilty

Parents Guide: Australia (M), UK (15)

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Company Credits

Production Co: Big Talk Productions

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Laurence Howarth
as Graham
Gwyneth Keyworth
as Danielle
Katherine Parkinson
as Caroline
Kirsty Wark
as Kirsty Wark
Oliver Lansley
as CPS Clerk Matt
Nneka Okoye
as Becca
Patricia Brake
as Annie Scott
Susannah Wise
as Toni
Clare Wille
as Angela
Kishore Bhatt
as Barrister
Will Sharpe
as Will
Matthew Cottle
as Ronald
Harriet Webb
as Hetty
Peter Polycarpou
as Judge
Obie Matthew
as Solicitor

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

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