SummaryCleaver languishes in jail, facing the consequences of his crimes and misbehaviors, while he awaits the outcome of his appeal. When the conviction is quashed at last, he discovers his world has grown even more chaotic in his absence. The proliferation of Royal Commissions, inquiries and corruption trials requires so many barristers, even Cleaver can find work. Of course, Cleaver being Cleaver, he finds himself at the heart of a billion dollar criminal, political and moral dilemma.
Criminal defense lawyers
Man-woman relationships -- Drama.
Australia -- Drama.
Legal television programs.
Fiction television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [Silver Spring, Maryland] :2017
1964- screenwriter, television producer.
Knight, Andrew, 1953- screenwriter.
Hobbs, Jessica, television director.
Teplitzky, Jonathan, television director.
Woods, Rowan, television director.
Dennis, Kate, television director.
Collie, Ian, television producer.
Roxburgh, Richard, television producer, actor.
Day, Matt, 1971- actor.
Pickering, Adrienne, 1981- actor.
Dykstra, Russell, actor.
Cormack, Danielle, actor.
Brazier, Caroline (Actor), actor.
Box, Kate, actor.
Joyce, Keegan, actor.
Malcolm, Robyn, actor.
Garvey, Damien, actor.
Essential Media (Firm), production company.
Screen NSW (New South Wales), production company.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation, production company.
Acorn Media (Firm), publisher.
RLJ Entertainment, film distributor.
Richard Roxburgh, Matt Day, Adrienne Pickering, Russell Dykstra, Danielle Cormack, Caroline Brazier, Kate Box, Keegan Joyce, Robyn Malcolm, Damien Garvey.
Not rated; contains violence, strong language, nudity, drug use, and sexual situations.
In English, with English subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired (SDH).
Title from container.
Originally broadcast as individual episodes of the television program in 2014.
Special features: bloopers.
DVD; widescreen (16:9) presentation; Dolby Digital stereo.
3 videodiscs (463 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.