Yargı episode 35

Aslo known as The Judgment, lawyer Ceylin and Prosecutor Ilgaz… In their fight to ensure justice, they have the same passion; however, while struggling on this path, two legal people whose methods are at opposite poles. The more rule-bound, honest and strict Ilgaz is; Ceylin is just as borderless, unregulated and rebellious. That’s why every time their paths crossed, they clashed, tested each other and stayed on opposite sides. Until life crossed their paths again… Turkish series Yargı episode 35 english subtitles.
Ilgaz, brought to him as a murder case; He is caught unprepared for the shocking blow inflicted on his family by the corpse of a woman found in a garbage container. His brother Çınar is seen as the main suspect in this case. Ilgaz needs a good lawyer to save his brother, so he comes to the brink of a tough decision. All the features of Ceylin that he never approves are like the key to the iron bars that will be closed on his brother. Will Ceylin help Ilgaz on this road full of difficulties that she has to deal with? Turkish series Yargı episode 35 english subtitles.
Ceylin and Ilgaz; at this turning point, which they never expected to meet, while questioning the truths that they thought indispensable until today; they will also find themselves floundering in a sea of secrets that they do not know how to swim. Turkish series Yargı episode 35 english subtitles.

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1 Comment

  • Viscera4ever

    It’s BAAAAAAAAAAACK!!!!!!!!
    And just as good as before. With the teasers from last season letting us know where the central conflict will ultimately culminate, this whole thing is a waiting game. I can see all the pieces in motion, and I can’t believe we still have to deal with Yekta, that walking waste of human space. I’m not satisfied, even seeing how low he’s fallen.
    I see Ceylin has made some progress in some areas (she moved back into Ilgaz’s house so he wouldn’t have to be MORE separated from his family after what happened), but she’s not reformed yet (still playing behind her husband’s back when she thinks she’s right).
    Aside: I missed Ilgaz’s skinship and his loving manner and his EVERYTHING.
    Aside II: Pars. That was some great acting. “I too have died. But no one has buried me.”