Before Mr Justice Guthrie Featherstone, Rumpole defends a trade unionist on charges of recklessly causing the death of a truck-driver who was crossing a union picket-line.
Guthrie is thinking about a strike of his own, to hit back at new rights of audience for mere solicitors in court.
Meanwhile, chez Rumpole, Hilda declares she is going on strike herself.Read More
Rumpole defends a policeman, Superintendent Gannon, who is accused of changing a teenager's statement confessing to murdering a policeman.
Meanwhile, Sir Guthrie Featherstone finds himself in hot water - as the Judge in the boy's case, he gave a damning summing-up against him, and now the Lord Chief Justice of England is taking an interest in the matter.Read More