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Scales of Justice is a three-part Australian drama miniseries, made in 1983 by director Michael Jenkins. Scales of Justice was one of the most controversial Australian mini-series ever produced, examining corruption in all levels of law enforcement.

Scales of Justice contains three self-contained, character-linked dramas focusing on the world of Australian law enforcement, vice, drugs, politics and wide spread corruption, from street level to the corridors of power, the programme achieved a near-documentary level of realism.

Scales of Justice first screened on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 1983 and was released on DVD in 2005, with a 227 minutes running time.



  • Act One The Job
  • Act Two The Game
  • Act Three The Numbers


  • John Hargreaves as Constable Borland
  • Bill Hunter as Sergeant O'Rourke
  • Simon Burke as Constable Webber
  • Isabelle Anderson as Constable Callahan
  • Dennis Miller as Sergeant Draffin
  • Tim Robertson as Sergeant Miles
  • Tony Barry as Nipper Jackson
  • Don Reid as Asstistant Commissioner Thompson
  • Brian McDermott as Police Minister Carpenter
  • Nick Tate as Attorney General
  • Max Cullen as Roach

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