Coronation Street does not reveal who can save Sally Metcalfe from prison

adminNovember 29, 2018

Things look gloomy Coronation StreetSally Metcalfe, but everyone can not be lost.

Earlier this week, the character (played by Sally Dynevor) was found guilty of fraud, money laundering and bribery and sentenced to four years in prison, framed by Duncan Hadfield (Nicholas Gleaves).

Duncan, on the other hand, got a suspended sentence and 200 hours of community service.

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During Wednesday's episodes (November 28th), Imran Habeeb (Charlie de Melo), Duncan's lawyer, expressed the impression of complaining in a conversation with Adam Barlow (Sam Robertson).

«Suspended sentence? That's a result, "Adam said. "The client must have been satisfied?"

Sally Metcalfe, Tim Metcalfe, Gina Seddon from Coronation Street, November 2018

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"I do not know. He said that he got off easily," replied Imran. "Is that the kind of thing you would say if you were forced to commit a crime? Would you not feel that justice had been done or angry that you had been done everything?

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"And conveniently, he has no assets when his house and the car are both rented, so it seems that Sally is going to be a police officer."

Imran added: "You were right. I should never have taken this case."

Can Imran complain about the way for the matter to be revised?

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