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The series Canterbury's Law follows Elizabeth Canterbury who is a criminal lawyer. She is not afraid to go against tough judges, question witnesses, and do her own investigation to prove that her clients are innocent of the crimes they are accused of. Canterbury's Law is a Drama series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on March 10, 2008. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.6.

Canterbury's Law is available for streaming on the FOX website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Canterbury's Law on demand at Amazon, Google Play, iTunes online.

FOX
1 Season, 6 Episodes
March 10, 2008
Drama
6.6/10
Cast: Aidan Quinn, Keith Robinson, Julianna Margulies, Trieste Kelly Dunn, Ben Shenkman
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Canterbury's Law Full Episode Guide

  • In order to avoid defending a rapist, Elizabeth works with the Attorney General on a plea. However, she is blindsided by the victim who was convinced to testify by a radio talk-show host looking for a way to drive up ratings. Elsewhere, Chester goes after a slumlord when a little girl is attacked by rats.

  • A pair of high school girls, Linda and Izzy, are accused of soliciting the murder of a classmate. Elizabeth, following her own night in jail for jury tampering, takes the case and works on saving them.

  • Williams goes after Elizabeth for tampering with the jury during her defense of Ethan Foster, but Chester and Russell find out about Williams' investigation before Elizabeth even knows about it. Meanwhile, as Molly gets ready for her first case, Matt and Elizabeth's personal issues are exposed to the staff.

  • Although Elizabeth is unsure of her client's claim he can communicate with the dead, the accused killer becomes convinced after hearing information about her dead son.

  • Elizabeth Canterbury clashes with her partner Russell, when she believes that her client is innocent of killing a child and must find the best way to prove it to be so.