Absence of proof isn’t proof of absence. John McKenna was convicted of murdering his common law wife Vicki Doyle – but her body was never found. Adam finds it hard to believe that a conviction can be beyond reasonable doubt when there is no proof a crime has taken place. The evidence against McKenna is purely circumstantial.
Nick thinks he is being punished by Ford, when he is given a witchcraft case that is nearly 400 years old.
Sarah is thrown a curve ball when her boyfriend from home turns up. She has been enjoying her life at university to the full and is now faced with some hard decisions about what she really wants out of life.
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