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  • Rumpole defends Rosemary Tuttle, an employee of the Ministry of Defense who is charged with a breach of the Official Secrets Act specifically, releasing documents outlining the amounts spent by the Department on biscuits and tea. Rumpole is all set to base his defense on the silliness of the situation, but his client insists that she is innocent. Ballard is prosecuting and strange characters start appearing in Chambers, as do odd sounds on the telephone. In Chambers, Claude Erskine-Brown asks Ms. Probert to accompany him to the opera and is then terrified when Phyllida learns of it.

    - Written by garykmcd
  • An eccentric spinster is accused of violating the National Secret's Act when a whistle blower gives information on trivial government overspending. When Rosemary Tuttle insists on pleading not guilty, and the Lord Chief Justice chooses to act as judge, Rumpole realizes that there is more at stake than just the budget on biscuits. On a sidebar, Rumpole acts as beard in Erskine-Brown's romantic pursuit of Liz Probert.

    - Written by Gabe Taverney (duke1029@aol.com)
  • Rumpole defends an eccentric spinster accused of being a government whistle-blower.

    - Written by Gabe Taverney (duke1029@aol.com)

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