A well-meaning but overly officious social worker believes that Cary Timson is involved in devil worship and has his eight year-old daughter removed from her home. Rumpole defends the parents at the subsequent hearing. The zealously religious Ballard is offended that Rumpole would defend alleged devil worshipers and maneuvers to remove him from his office. As a sidebar, Hilda follows Rumpole when she suspects him of infidelity. Written by
Gabe Taverney (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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The film on television that Dominic Molloy is watching is the classic Hammer horror film "The Devil Rides Out" starring Christopher Lee. See more
Samuel 'Soapy Sam' Ballard Q.C.
Rumpole, there is something in this room that makes me feel uneasy.
Yes I know - but perhaps you'll be going in a minute.
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