Impeccably executed Belgian drama. In an original approach to storytelling, each episode is shown from the point of view of a different jury member in a sensational murder trial.
The jury is chosen to decide on the guilt or innocence of a respected school principal, Frie Palmers. But it's not just in the courtroom that they encounter dangerous people.
Retired cop Donald, who conducted the investigation in the early stages, is called as witness but makes a poor impression. Meanwhile, Yuri is forced into a disastrous action in his personal life.
FJP Commissioner Helen Pascual tells the court how they were able to pin the crime on Frie after 18 years. But there are doubts over the evidence. Has she manipulated it to fit her theories?
Marc Vindevogel is the first prosecution witness. He has never believed that Frie is guilty of his daughter Brechtje's murder. Meanwhile, Carl has problems at home.
Frie's ex-husband Stefaan testifies about Frie's behaviour but are his statements about his own actions to be completely believed? Arnold seems to be facing difficulties every way he turns.
Guy Vanneste, the main suspect for 16 years before Frie's arrest, is questioned. Some of the jurors find their personal lives becoming complicated.
The last witnesses for the prosecution are Stefaan's girlfriend Margot and her mother Lutgard. How irreproachable are they? Meanwhile, Delphine has a scare over one of her children.
Expert witnesses show that Frie could be guilty, but doubt is thrown on some of the scientific evidence. Meanwhile, Marc is following his own line of investigation.
Marc and his lawyer have important information for Ari about Stefaan's testimony, while Holly is triggered into disturbing memories by the trial
On the day when the jury must decide Frie's guilt or innocence, Noel confesses that he has leaked information to the press and is replaced by Delphine. Which verdict will they reach?