Silent Witness (1996– )
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Beyond Guilt: Part 2 

Sam is determined to find out how Dr. Sachs is able to pinpoint time of death so precisely, even if it means several convictions are overturned. A mother changes her plea to guilty, but Leo... See full summary »

Director:

Renny Rye

Writers:

Michael Crompton, Nigel McCrery (deviser)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Philip Middlemiss Philip Middlemiss ... DI Philip Lloyd
Amanda Burton ... Sam Ryan
William Gaminara ... Leo Dalton
Hilton McRae Hilton McRae ... Supt Colin Osbourne
Tom Harper ... Alan Morris
Sorcha Cusack ... Denise Morris
Darren Tighe Darren Tighe ... Tom Anderson
Jayne Ashbourne ... Lisa Roberts
James Laurenson ... Professor Peter Sachs
Charlotte Graham Charlotte Graham ... Katie Anderson
Daniel Casey ... Donald Gibbs
Tom Ward ... Dr. Harry Cunningham
Paul Copley ... Laurence Parkin
Faith Edwards ... Solicitor
Caroline Lee-Johnson ... Alice Pettman (as Caroline Johnson)
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Sam is determined to find out how Dr. Sachs is able to pinpoint time of death so precisely, even if it means several convictions are overturned. A mother changes her plea to guilty, but Leo is still not satisfied that they have the truth. A loving daughter draws a picture for her prisoner dad that brings a confession. Dr. Sachs is found to have violated professional ethics, but what will serve the cause of justice best? Written by jeaneva

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14
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Testator Sile-e-ens
Written by John Harle
Performed by Sarah Leonard
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Too Much Notoriety
8 March 2019 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

As Sam works her magic, a man she admired for his abilities to determine the times of death of victims, seems to have feet of clay. However, there is a sickness in all of this. As this goes along, we begin to recognize that the purity of law isn't adequate for justice. We can begin to see that Sam is starting to unravel and is getting close to her own commitment to what is right.


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 November 2003 (UK) See more »

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