Crown Court (1972–1984)
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Billy Baker faces two charges of wounding with intent against Jimmy Witt. The Prosecution allege that Baker slashed Witt's face with a razor and later arranged for the squat he was living ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Peter Bell ...
Clerk of Court
Stephen Butcher ...
Jury Foreman
Arthur English ...
Billy Baker
Peter Mackriel ...
Jimmy Witt
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His Honour Judge Ropner
Christopher Ravenscroft ...
Police Inspector
David Sibley ...
Hugh Inglis
Thorley Walters ...
George Unwin QC
Patrick Ward ...
Court Usher
Peter Wheeler ...
Court Reporter
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Billy Baker faces two charges of wounding with intent against Jimmy Witt. The Prosecution allege that Baker slashed Witt's face with a razor and later arranged for the squat he was living in to be demolished while he was still living there leaving him with a broken leg. Witt claims that these attacks were part of a remorseless campaign of bullying by Baker. At the start of the trial Baker dismisses his counsel and defends himself. He does not deny a long criminal record but insists he is a friend of Witt and has been falsely accused. He asserts that Witt cut his own face and the later injuries were the fault of the demolition driver. Written by Alan Briscoe

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22 November 1977 (UK)  »

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