Bart Matthews remembers a young, anxious police officer who made a mistake while still a rookie as they lay him to rest.
An assistant public defender must defend the man who is accused of killing his best friend, a police officer, and leave behind a grieving widow and son.
After many years, an escaped convict's past catches up with him.
Teenagers from several "good families" are arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon. The parents are dumbfounded, wondering how good kids could get into so much trouble. One girl, represented by the public defender, gives her story.
A jockey refuses to throw a race and is framed on an assault charge. A jockey is jailed for injuring another rider during a big race.
Bart Matthews (Reed Hadley) is assigned to defend Bertha Polaski (Lisa Miontell) when she is accused of stealing the jewels of Hans' deceased wife.
Matthews defends an ex-policeman's daughter when she is accused of murdering her boyfriend.