First tonight, is everyone "equal" in the eyes of the law? Well, you be the judge...
Today a prominent Adelaide barrister - David Quick QC - was suspended from practising for just "three" months after confessing to a cocaine addiction, dodging police and buying his drugs from prostitutes.
Amongst his referees were Supreme and District Court Judges... And a "who's who" of the legal fraternity.
It begs the question, what if an ordinary worker was facing a similar prospect? Would we receive the same blessings from the bench?
Henry Keogh - for one - must be very puzzled with "his" treatment, despite more and more questions arising over his prosecution and his conviction.
Because, so far this "new" evidence has been either overlooked or rejected by the Director of Public Prosecution - Paul Rofe - and now by our Attorney General.
Tonight, we ask have they made a monumental mistake?
As Graham Archer reports, the facts cast real doubt on both the murder and the motive.