Crown Court

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ITV (ended 1984)

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Crown Court

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Crown Court was a long-running courtroom drama shown in the afternoon, where each weekly case at the fictional Fulchester Crown Court, was split into three episodes. Ep 1 : the case for the prosecution, Ep 2 : the case for the defence, Ep 3 : summing up and verdict. (The verdict was given by a jury of real people and not actors, except the foreperson) The first case 'Doctor's Neglect?' was originally only shown in the Granada TV region. The series was produced by Granada for the ITV Network.
John Barron

John Barron

Mr Justice Mitchenor

William Simons

William Simons

Martin O'Connor

Charles Keating

Charles Keating

James Elliot QC

Richard Wilson (III)

Richard Wilson (III)

Jeremy Parsons QC

Bernard Gallagher

Bernard Gallagher

Jonathan Fry QC

Bernard Brown

Bernard Brown

Andrew Logan QC

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  • simple clean clear wish they still did these to day great plots actors welcome back on legal tv on sky

    10
    enjoy this legal drama loads of great actors before they made it many guest stars too so enjoy this timeless show the writing is stong and the stories always true even jury was not actors and no planned outcome as jury had 30 mins to make mind up quality of tape is very good clear even on 42 lcd min you when watch it in 70`s was a small 12 inch how times change but watch it enjoy it and a bit of classic british tv that has not been lost on sky tv channel legal tv and as some 800 show be on for a while so dont miss itmoreless
  • DAYTIME TV ON THE BBC IMPROVES THANKS TO JUSTICE AND THE INDIAN DOCTOR.

    Daytime TV Delivers

    Daytime TV on the BBC improves thanks to Justice and the Indian Doctor.

  • BRUCE JONES HAS BEEN REFUSED PERMISSION TO ENTER A REHAB CLINIC IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    Bruce Jones' rehab request refused

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