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"The Divide" is an exploration of personal morality and how all people - especially ambitious people - struggle with the shades of grey found in the absence of a simple, ordered moral universe. The show probes how truth coexists in the modern justice system alongside ambition, ethics, politics and race. As an impassioned case worker with The Innocence Initiative, Christine Rosa delves into the case of a death-row inmate she believes was wrongly convicted of a young family's heinous murder 11 years earlier. She chases down new evidence in a search for the truth and confronts an equally passionate district attorney, Adam Page, whose view of justice is colored by shades of grey. Throughout the journey, Christine and Adam's pasts resurface as they are faced with the question of one man's guilt or innocence intertwined with their own personal histories.
Five years have passed since the events that shocked the residents of Philadelphia. In these parts there was a brutal crime that claimed the lives of all members of the Butler family. Local law enforcement authorities to investigate this crime. After a while, they calmed the frightened people saying that the killer who committed the crime get caught and punished. New policies and Attorney Adam Paige perfectly proved in this investigation. That he found out what the catch lies and helped the police out on the trail of the two builders who were the very same murderers. Eleven years had passed but the social worker Christine Rose can not stop the excitement. She repeatedly returned to this case after she decides to conduct her own investigation. Woman be questioned involvement in the murder of one of the convicted. Adam Paige noticed serious attitude of women so decided to take the situation under his personal control. He understands if Rose finds the facts to refute the decision on the fate of the convicted he faces the loss of his impeccable reputation.Read more »