Anne, beautiful and intelligent, stands in the dock accused of adultery. Uttery humiliated by hearing the evidence against her, she is determined to put the record straight. But the prosecution does not play the game she had been expecting and she is forced to change her approach.
Alec Morland is on trail for murder. He has tried to remedy the ineffectiveness of the law by taking matters into his own hands. Unfortunately for him, his alleged crime was not committed in immediate defence of others or of himself. In this fascinating murder trial you will not find out until the read more...
Mu Justice Castairs is a High Court Judge. He is completely incompetent and a chronic worrier to boot. This is perfectly illustrated when he sentences a man to ten years' imprisonment and then immediately doubts his verdict.
Roger Thursby, aged twenty-four is called to the Bar. He is young, inexperienced and his love is complicated. He blunders his way through a succession of comic adventures including his calamitous debut at the Bar.
The Bartons are a happy family who are finding it difficult to make ends meet. Then, one day, Mrs. Barton wins a large sum on the football pool and their lives change forever. The Bartons are a kind couple and they use their newly won fortune to help their family and friends. This leads them into a read more...
Mr. Justice Coombe is a well-respected judge who has beautiful twin daughters. One goes to the Bar while the other becomes a solicitor. They each fall in love with the sons of Major Claude Buttonstep. Unfortunately the Major dislikes lawyers and cannot accept his sons' choice of partners.
Roger Thursby is prospering in the legal profession and is about to be made a Queen's Council. In this brilliantly funny sequel to Brothers in Law we follow him through a further series of hilarious legal highs and lows.
One day a distinguished law professor is involved in an accident and suffers a slight knock on the head. He continues to behave normally in most respects but instead of delivering lectures, he delights his students by telling them crazy and convoluted stories to illustrate his points of law.