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Since the death of his wife, wealthy industrialist B.K. Doran has been living the high life. Expensive clothes, fine meals, exotic travel are all part of the package. It also includes a very attractive lawyer and companion in the form of Leslie Ross. Doran's son-in-law, Edward Lewis, is concerned about bad business decisions which include buying an obsolete plant in South America. He's also convinced Doran has misappropriated company funds, as well, and threatens to expose him at the next stockholders meeting. Doran tells Lewis that he plans to resign at the meeting but in reality, on the advice of Ross, he is setting up Lewis to take the fall but Lewis does not believe or trust Doran. Lewis consults Perry Mason on the matter who warns him to make sure his evidence of wrongdoing is solid. When Doran is killed, however, Lewis is charged with murder after being seen throwing the weapon in a pond. Perry defends him.
Ed Lewis, a vice president, is in a fight with his father-in-law, B.K., over the future of Vero-Plastics. Ed thinks B.K. is embezzling and under the control of Leslie Ross. When B.K. is murdered, Ed is seen throwing away the weapon.
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