A young man dies during a student fraternity's initiation ritual.
The Prestons find themselves involved in a trade-union dispute.
Lawrence Preston represents a lonely woman in a divorce case, and finds himself falling in love with her.
The Prestons travel to a small town to represent Edward Fry at his trial for murder - only to find that he's been lynched.
Frank Thorpe, a contractor, is accused of arranging for a business competitor to be murdered. Defending him, Lawrence Preston is unable to shake the suspicion that he might be guilty.
On the verge of finding a cure for cancer, or so he claims, Dr. Chaney is arrested for murder.
When a mortally ill man dies earlier than anticipated, his widow is suspected of mercy-killing.
A famous author is accused of having written an obscene book.
Preparatory-school teacher Roger Wesley is likely to lose his job when he is accused of encouraging atheism in his students.
Has Luke Jackson truly been rehabilitated by his seven years on Death Row?
When the police find his wife dead in their own bedroom, Jerry Thomas affects surprise.
Vincent Kayle has been arrested for betraying secret information to a foreign power. Lawrence Preston's defence of him seems likely to be hampered by his personal animosity to his client.
"Jeremiah the Prophet", a self-styled religious leader, sues a tough-minded journalist for libel.
Beatrice Hillyer wants to frame her estranged husband for a murder - her own.
A visit to Fire Island for the weekend is complicated by murder.
Joseph Green is arrested on a drug-peddling charge; but should wiretap evidence be admissible?
Danny Ross insists on serving as his own defence counsel, and is contemptuous of the Prestons' attempts to help him.
A condemned man, who has always protested his innocence, escapes from prison, but kills a man along the way - and only then does he learn that his original sentence has been overturned.
To stop his daughter Carla going to Vermont with her boyfriend, Howard March is quite prepared to break the law.
A kindly old lady threatens to blow up a bank.
When an eccentric street preacher is arrested, he seems unwilling to be defended.
After failing to secure an acquittal for their client, the Prestons find that the client's son blames them, and is vengeful.
Circumstantial evidence seems likely to send a former mental patient to prison - and execution.
A young lawyer friend of Ken Preston's is accused of taking a bribe.
When a doctor is murdered, it is revealed that he was - perhaps - an escaped war criminal.
A very ordinary-seeming man is charged with bigamy.
The Prestons seem unable to save their disturbed client from execution.
Joey Tassili may be guilty, but isn't he also insane?
A doctor and his wife have looked after an abandoned child as if she were their own. Now the real mother wants the child back.
An old derelict is saved from suicide - but why is Lawrence Preston's business card in his pocket?
The Prestons, with much distaste, defend an American Nazi who has been accused of murdering the caretaker of a synagogue.
Blood County, Pennsylvania, is not just unfriendly to the Prestons when they come to investigate police corruption on behalf of a client - their lives may be in danger.