An examination of the genocide in Sudan's western region of Darfur. Features interviews with Don Cheadle, George Clooney and Hilary Clinton.
With the domestic violence crimes being given a high priority and new powers to charge suspects, the police have their work cut out navigating these very personal stories.
Josephine is surprised that Whitley wants her to represent him in a property dispute, and the downstairs team make their own discoveries in what is ostensibly a simple assault case.
Josephine worries she's crossed over to the dark side when representing a furniture conglomerate, but manages to assist the underdog in a downstairs case.
Josephine takes the lead in a gender dysphoria case while, downstairs, Helena defends Lydia against a criminal damage charge.
Over half the defendants who appear in Australia's busiest local court will reoffend within 10 years. Four serial offenders tread a familiar path to the court as they appear before the Downing Centre's frustrated magistrates.
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