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North Square: Phil Davis, Rupert Penrys-Jones, Helen McCrory, Kevin McKidd – #4/10 – The Good ‘Ol Insanity Defence

02/07/2022

North Square is a British television drama series written and created by Peter Moffat, and broadcast by Channel 4 from 18 October to 20 December 2000. Starring an ensemble cast, including Phil Davis, Rupert Penry-Jones, Helen McCrory and Kevin McKidd, the programme is set around the practice of a barristers’ chambers in Leeds. The series was filmed in and around the real life Park Square, Leeds. This is the area in the city where the majority of barristers’ chambers are concentrated.

This Episode

A local crime boss has been charged with murder, but he has some novel suggestions for his defence, but his team doesn’t want to use them. McLeish hires Hussein Ali making Morag’s future uncertain.

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North Square is a British drama about a group of young, irreverent barristers all hoping to make their mark in the legal profession at a defence chambers in Leeds, West Yorkshire. They are all under the leadership of their Machiavellian chief clerk Peter McLeish (Phil Davis), who is clever and obsessed by work and doesn’t appear to have a social life. He’s struggling to make this new enterprise work and will do anything to make it succeed and beat his archrival, Michael Marlowe (Tony Monroe), from whom he left, taking the best barristers with him. He establishes relationships with the top criminals in Leeds so he can get their best cases. He is not above persuading a client to offer a plea, not because it’s in their best interests but because he doesn’t want to miss out on a bigger case coming up MORE AT LINK

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