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Fair City Mar 10 -14

1 of 4 Yvonne breaks down at the court house
Yvonne breaks down at the court house
2 of 4 Martin pleads not guilty
Martin pleads not guilty
3 of 4 Amanda tries to keep Rachel under control
Amanda tries to keep Rachel under control
4 of 4 Tommy lets himself into Judith's house
Tommy lets himself into Judith's house

Yvonne is overcome with emotion this week as Martin's trial begins, but with him pleading not guilty she is faced with some harsh cross examination.

During her questioning Martin's barrister alleges that Yvonne is to blame for what happened, saying that she lead him on but as she is forced to recall the night in question, Yvonne breaks down and matters aren't helped when she spots Anthony Farrell speaking to Martin's defence team.

Carol takes the stand as a character witness but when the defence counsel starts to delve into Carol and Yvonne's rocky relationship it's not looking good for Yvonne's case, and it's clear that Anthony is the source of all of the personal information. With the jury left to deliberate, Yvonne is nervous that Martin will get away with what he did.

Amanda is doing all she can to remain in control of Rachel and decides to try and charge Rachel money every week to buy her silence on the flour incident. Rachel doesn't know what else to do but try and meet Amanda's demands but how will she get a hold of enough money? Rachel is terrified that her secret will get out, and with Amanda holding the video over her head, Rachel reaches breaking point.

Meanwhile, Tommy is struggling to keep his jealousy under control and lets himself into Judith's home for a snoop around, while he's there however he comes to the conclusion that it's time to let the past go and he aims to make a fresh start with Jane. Will he really be able to wipe the slate clean though?

Elsewhere Dolores isn't impressed with Wayne and Orla and later in the week he reveals his new plans for the future.

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