Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Presented by Britain's Central Television, the four-part miniseries The Guilty may or may not have been inspired by a true story. Michael Kitchen, often cast in enigmatic roles, headed the cast as Steven Vey, a prominent barrister. Vey's already troubled personal and professional life began to unravel and ultimately fall apart at the seams when he was accused of rape. The Guilty originally aired in 1992.
accusation, lawyer, rape