Law of the Land

Law of the Land

"Law of the Land" (1993 to 1999) was an Australian television drama series that screened on the Nine Network. Law of the Land was set in the fictional country town of Merringanee and centred on the unique way that locals dealt with and enforced the law.

The series was created by Ro Hume and Sue Masters and produced by Bruce Best, Matt Carroll, Richard Clendinnen and Terrie Vincent.

Cast

* Lisa Hensley - Kate Chalmers
* David Roberts - Peter Lawrence
* Wyn Roberts - Hamilton Chalmers
* Richard Moir - Sergeant Clive O'Connor
* David Walters - Sean O'Connor
* Angelo D'Angelo - Sergeant Marc Rosetti
* Debbie Byrne - Jean Jardine
* Tamblyn Lord - David Jardine
* Lindy Wallis - Trish Miles
* Shane Connor - Harry Miles
* Radha Mitchell - Alicia Miles
* Abbie Holmes - Audrey O'Connor
* Peter O'Brien - Andy Cochrane
* Frances O'Connor - Marissa Green
* Alexandra Fowler - Jacqui Rushcutter
* Fiona Spence - Magistrate Maggie Mulcahy
* Rebecca Frith - Alex Lentini
* Tessa Humphries - Hannah Scott
* Mike Bishop - Ray Richmond
* Michael O'Neill - Michael Delaney
* Sapidah Kian - Shirin Rasidi
* Bruce Hughes - Nick Rogers
* Karmen Raspovic - Heather Coleman

ee also

* "Lex loci" - the Legal Latin phrase for conflicts of law
* List of Australian television series


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