WHILE he tried to move forward with his career, Ethan Anderson didn't expect to put his life in danger.
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But before Jack Parr's character tries to intimidate his own legal counsel (portrayed by Emile John) with his fists, he tries to use his words to terrorise him into compliance.
Coming up, new Dales villain Jordan confronts Ethan once again and admits to him he is part of a gang.
Unfortunately for him, businessman Al Chapman (played by Harry Potter actor Michael Wildman) witnesses the exchange and takes a stand to try and save the day.
While he has accustomed ITV viewers to his scheming and manipulative tactics, Al agrees to go to the police.
He eventually confronts Ethan about representing Jordan who – as fans may already know – has been accused of assaulting Billy Fletcher.
The attack is thought to be racially motivated.
Once Al shares his concerns with Ethan, the solicitor is faced with his father Charles' own doubts and decides to pull out of the case, regardless of the consequences for his career.
But the drastic decision causes him more trouble and his life could even be hanging in the balance.