Crown Court (1972–1984)
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A Pocketful of Pills: Part 1 

Gerald Peck is a self-confessed former drug addict with a number of previous drugs convictions. He is now accused of possession and dealing of drugs in connection with his role as manager ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Ann Aris ...
Clerk of Court
Martin Fisk ...
PC Ian Allard
Bernard Gallagher ...
Jonathan Fry QC
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Justice Mowbray
Margot Leicester ...
Jury Foreman
Preston Lockwood ...
Arthur Bevis
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Gerald Peck
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Gillian Forrest QC
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Court Usher
Tom Watson ...
Insp. James Leonard
Peter Wheeler ...
Court Reporter
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Gerald Peck is a self-confessed former drug addict with a number of previous drugs convictions. He is now accused of possession and dealing of drugs in connection with his role as manager of the Mandala Club. Police claim that Peck allowed the club to become a centre for drug use and dealing and that he was found with drugs in his office drawer. Peck does not deny that drugs were found in his office but says they were confiscated from a customer. He admits that he thinks soft drugs should be legalised but insists he does not condone drug use because of the legal implications for those who get caught. Written by Alan Briscoe

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18 October 1977 (UK)  »

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