Beyond Reasonable Doubt

A four-part series looking at the Australian legal system through discussion of four criminal cases of the past.

Ronald Ryan Case
A re-enactment of the Ronald Ryan case, covering Ryan's escape from Pentridge Prison, the subsequent death of a prison warder and the legal proceedings which followed Ryan's recapture.

Mcleod-Lindsay Case
Professor Hawkins introduces a re-enactment of the McLeod-Lindsay case, and discusses the legal aspects.

Leith Ratten Case
This program looks at the case of Leith Ratten, who was sent to jail for 25 years for murdering his wife. Many prominent legal figures believed he was innocent.

Van Beelen Case
Re-enactment and discussion of the Van Beelen case in Adelaide in 1971, which involved the murder of a 15-year-old girl.

This program is released for non theatrical use within educational, government and business organisations. Additional payments under a Screenrights licence are not required. Please contact us for Exhibition or Streaming Licences.

Producer: 
Production Year: 
1977
Duration: 
4 x 60 mins
Series Episode
Standard $385 $110
Schools $330 $88
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