Legal Mavericks (Season 2)

Since losing his eyesight in an accident, Man Sun-Hop (Vincent Wong) has been continually harassed and despised. But instead, his determination and perseverance are so reinforced that he has qualified as a barrister. He has also developed an acute sense beyond sight which helps him to gain the status of Blind Legal Knight in the legal profession. However, nobody really knows his true character. Fortunately, Kuk Yat-Ha (Owen Cheung), his flatmate and private detective, and Chiu Ching-Mui (Sisley Choi), female legal executive with mob connections, are two buddies he can always rely on. The trio are known as Three Sword Fighters who never submit to power and are always ready to seek justice for the underprivileged. Sun-Hop’s provocative style has aroused the fancy of female judge Wong Lai-Fan (Ali Lee), who cannot control her amorous feelings for him. Expanded to a quartet, their fate encounters turbulent changes while handling challenging legal cases. Reappearance of Sun-Hop’s father and Tai Tin-Yan (Tracy Chu), fellow sister from college, further complicates the situation, which Sun-Hop may not be able to unravel with his legal mastery.

 

Actor: Gilbert Wai Sun Lam/Pal Lap Man Sinn/Vincent Ho Shun Wong/Toby Chan/William Chak/Owen Cheung/Tracy Chu/Hugo Tsz Hang Wong

Serials: 14

Language: Cantonese / Mandarin

Subtitle: Chinese

Year: 2017

Categorys: Fashion,Comedy, Legal films 

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Since losing his eyesight in an accident, Man Sun-Hop (Vincent Wong) has been continually harassed and despised. But instead, his determination and perseverance are so reinforced that he has qualified as a barrister. He has also developed an acute sense beyond sight which helps him to gain the status of Blind Legal Knight in the legal profession. However, nobody really knows his true character. Fortunately, Kuk Yat-Ha (Owen Cheung), his flatmate and private detective, and Chiu Ching-Mui (Sisley Choi), female legal executive with mob connections, are two buddies he can always rely on. The trio are known as Three Sword Fighters who never submit to power and are always ready to seek justice for the underprivileged. Sun-Hop’s provocative style has aroused the fancy of female judge Wong Lai-Fan (Ali Lee), who cannot control her amorous feelings for him. Expanded to a quartet, their fate encounters turbulent changes while handling challenging legal cases. Reappearance of Sun-Hop’s father and Tai Tin-Yan (Tracy Chu), fellow sister from college, further complicates the situation, which Sun-Hop may not be able to unravel with his legal mastery.