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Injustice is a crime, drama, and thriller mini-series about a criminal barrister who has given up in the justice system due to drastic series of events. This five episode, sixty minutes series was written by the talented novelist, children's writer, and screenwriter, Anthony Horowitz. Though Horowitz is qualified to direct the series, screenwriter and director Colm McCarthy, directed this 2011 series that featured on ITV, and released by Acorn Media UK. The main characters are William Travers (Will), the barrister, played by actor James Purefoy, Jane Travers, his wife, played by Dervla Kirwan, Kate Travers, their daughter, played by Lisa Diveney. The family came to rural town, Suffolk in search of a better life, but things change when he gets involved in a new murder case. The family begins to remember why they had to leave London after Will had a nervous breakdown about a murder case. During the primary plot, Will is asked by Natalie Chandra (Sasha Behar), a London solicitor to defend an old friend of Will's, Martin Newall (Nathaniel Parker), who is accused of murdering his secretary and lover, Lucy Wilson (Jayne Wisner), but the mystery and thrill doesn't stop there. Will's family grows weary when another murder occurs close to the Travers's home, and the investigation is led by Will's arch nemesis, DS Mark Wenborn (Charlie Creed-Miles). Wenborn is known as a bully, but great police detective that doesn't give up until he has caught his mark. The series continues with Wenborn being convinced that Jarrold, the farm worker, was executed, after he learns that Jarrold was really an animal rights activist named Phil Spaull (Robert Whitelock). The series accelerates in thrill and mystery with Wenborn focused on his missions and the Travers gaining the strength to keeping surviving.