Olivia has prematurely rested their case and now it’s the defence’s turn to make theirs. After trying it Olivia’s way and continuing to lose, Mina seizes control of the case. She makes a decision that’s a big gamble for RDL and could turn the jury against them. Adam finally gets his chance in court and faces down the “Mother Teresa” of Canadian medicine. Riding a high, Adam convinces Lilly to leap rooftops with him and they land somewhere neither of them expected. A witness makes an enticing offer that forces Olivia to take advantage of her history with Leon.
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The reboot of the Canadian series sees Dale reprise her role as Olivia Novak, with Cara Ricketts (The Book of Negroes), Steve Lund (Bitten) and Yvonne Chapman (The Crossing) joining the series as the next generation of Toronto lawyers fighting the good fight. Original cast members Eric Peterson (“Leon Robinovitch”) and Anthony Sherwood (“Dillon Beck”) are also confirmed to return for special guest appearances.
A CBC original series, STREET LEGAL is co-produced by IGP and Broken Clown Productions. Bernie Zukerman (Remedy, King) is Executive Producer. Bruce Smith (19-2) is Executive Producer and Showrunner. Cynthia Dale and Rayne Zukerman are Producers. For CBC, Sally Catto is General Manager, Programming; Helen Asimakis is Senior Director, Drama, Scripted Content; and Deborah Nathan is Executive in Charge of Production.
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