Martha defends a young thug who smashed up a corner shop and attacked its owner who, he claims,insulted his girlfriend. Reader has sex in a toilet with George before prosecuting three Oxford students,members of an elite drinking club,charged with trashing a pub and assaulting a young waitress as part of an initiation rite. However he is out of his depth against the boys' three smug barristers and a parochial judge and he needs advice from an old colleague and Martha,aware that hers is a hopeless case,to get his desired result.- Written by don @ minifie-1
Martha defends Ricky Armitage, a man with a great deal of difficulty controller his temper. When he heard that a local Asian shop owner called his girlfriend a slut, he went on a rampage smashing up the shop and striking the owner. Martha has some difficulty getting him to open up about his feelings and his outburst in court does not help his case. Meanwhile, Clive Reader travels to Oxford to prosecute three students who assaulted a waitress and stole her panties as part of a club initiation rite. The three are all rich boys who are each represented by their own QC whose superior attitude annoys him to no end. Billy is not pleased with him prosecuting - it may affect the cases the chambers receive from George Duggan - but Clive may have found his niche.- Written by garykmcd
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