A truth that's told with bad intent, beats any lie you can invent.
A policeman with a caved-in skull, his young wife found clutching the blood-stained murder weapon; it all looks pretty open and shut until defence lawyer, Robbie Munro, detects the faint whiff of a defence and closes in on a witness who might cast a precious doubt on proceedings. So why is it, the nearer he gets to the truth and a possible acquittal, that Robbie's murder client becomes more and more eager to opt for a life sentence?
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