The final denouement for this episode occurs not in a courtroom but on a theatre stage where the murder occurred.
When August Dalgran throws money out of the window, you see the Hollywood Walk of Fame below.
When the body of the victim is found, Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 is playing.
Even though this episode was both filmed and broadcast in 1962, the calendar on the wall of Len Dykes' work area is from 1960.
The tennis shoes used in this episode, as evidence, are a pair of Jack Purcell sneakers. This is visible when the police show Perry Mason the sneakers. You can see the Purcell "smile" on the toe, in-laid logo in the sole, and smooth sole.
When Mason asks Frank Wells why Charles Grant and not Wells found the accounting error, Burger is leaning forward in his seat, turned to his left toward Mason. In the next shot when Burger objects to the question, he's suddenly facing forward.