Caroline Warwick invites Reader to assist her in prosecuting Jody Farr,accused of killing Martha's client Brendan Kay,in exchange for reducing the murder charge against Fatima to manslaughter. When he accepts George dumps him and hands Fatima's case to Martha,who,helped by Daniel,does Fatima proud,discrediting her angry,sexist brother. However it is Joy who provides the vital evidence that wins the case,the deal being that Martha defend Farr in return. Martha is less successful in appealing to the law lords to spare Jackson Henderson,on death row in Jamaica,from hanging whilst Billy Lamb discovers he has prostate cancer.- Written by don @ minifie-1
Relations between Martha and Billy are at a low ebb. She is still being pursued by solicitor Mickey Joy who wants her to take his cases and Billy is continually pushing her in that direction. Billy is not well however and his doctor has serious news for him. Clive Reader and George Duggan have convinced Fatima Ali to plead not guilty but subsequently learn she has made several attempts to contact her brother, a prosecution witness, which puts her in violation of her bail. Prosecutor Caroline Warwick offers a plea deal - and also the opportunity for Clive to be her junior in an upcoming prosecution. Clive passes the case to Martha who defends her. She also presents an appeal in the case of a man who is awaiting execution in Jamaica.- Written by garykmcd
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