Ken Preston represents his friend Gil Rawson in a particularly unpleasant divorce case.
Edward Banter has been framed for murder, or so he claims - by a woman who may once have been his mistress.
The Prestons try to prevent the deportation of a young illegal immigrant.
A court hearing raises important issues about civil rights, free speech and the right of lawful assembly.
The Prestons form the awkward suspicion that the man they're defending is actually guilty.
A factory blaze leads to an arrest and a trial; but the wrong man is in the dock.
Gerald Lowen has unquestionably killed a man - but his excuse is that he knew, through ESP, that the man intended to kill him, and thus it was self-defence.
Belligerent Earl Chafee inadvertently kills a man during a fight at his hotel. But the man is a Cuban official.
Journalist Harvey Slaughter has made an unauthorised visit to Communist China, and now finds that the US authorities have taken his passport away from him.
Is Catherine Collins simply a thief or is she mentally ill?
Admiral Kiley's outspoken (and extreme) patriotism gets him into big legal trouble.
A woman receiving psychiatric treatment is accused of murder.
Ken Preston is arrested on a bribery charge.
During intensive training, an Army drill instructor orders that live ammunition be used - with tragic results.
Something terrible happened, but alcoholic Sheila Phelps was too drunk to remember what it was.
A pharmacist has been selling drugs to drug addicts - at cost, so that he makes no money out of it. He argues that this is a more sensible way of solving the problems of addiction than merely penalising the users.
Nuclear scientist Daniel Orren has destroyed secret scientific information - in defiance of the law - becuase he thinks it's too dangerous for anyone to know.
Penniless bohemian and failed poet Gregor Martin is prepared to take the blame for a death to save a man who was kind to him from prosecution.
After many years of being unoffically blacklisted, actor Joe Larch finally gets a major role - only to find that right-wing interests are only too keen to prevent his returning to work, even now.
The Prestons have twelve hours to persuade Acting Governor White that their client should not be executed.
The Prestons get involved with eccentric theatrical types when they agree to represent a play on tour and bound for Broadway.
Teenager Alan Slater has been accused of shoplifting; but his divorcecd parents don't seem to care.
Boxer Danny Norton is accused of manslaughter, and the Prestons defend him.
The newly-convicted Arnold Foster thinks he can handle the prison system, but it may destroy him.
Fr. Phelps has heard the confession of a murderer - but the man refuses to give himself up as the priest has advised and, when the police arrest the wrong man, the seals of the confessional forbid Phelps from speaking out.
A veteran cop inadvertently kills an innocent bystander and tries to blame it on his partner.
A young couple hope to escape the ghetto with the proceeds of a robbery.
Discovering that his beloved older brother has committed a murder, attorney Cliff Sellers tries to cover up for him.
Representing the plaintiff in a medical malpractice suit, the Prestons find that doctors are reluctant to testify against a colleague.
A judge finds that he is required to repay a political favour by bending the law a little.
The Prestons find themselves representing an American who has been jailed behind the Iron Curtain.
Norma Burgess finds that the police don't believe her story - she has two convictions for prostitution.
Is Jason Thomas insane, as he claims? And how many people has he killed?