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Canterbury's Law (2008)

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Elizabeth and her law professor husband, Matthew , are both haunted by the disappearance of their young son and have just settled in Providence, Rhode Island, in an attempt to distance themselves from the tragedy and put their relationship back together. But even as they try to move on beyond the tragedy, those goals become elusive whenever Elizabeth's work provides a stark reminder of the justice absent in their own lives.

At work, Elizabeth must also deal with fellow coworkers: associates Russell Krauss , a former district attorney, who was forced out of his job by his financially-strapped boss and whose knowledge will guide Elizabeth in their cases, even if she doesn't want to hear his reasoning or logic; Chester Fields , a congressman's son who wants to distance himself from his political family; and Molly McConnell , a headstrong individual who's not afraid to switch sides, even if it's against Elizabeth.

Frank Angstrom (Rescue Me's James McCaffrey) is a private investigator with whom Elizabeth has a sometime affair.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "La Loi de Canterbury", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.