Deed's investigation uncovers sinister goings on that lead to shocking consequences.
The judge must go to the Hague as British representative at the International Criminal Court, where he has to try a young soldier for war crimes.
The judge is sent to the Hague as the British representative at the International Criminal Court to try a young soldier for war crimes.
Deed hears a case in which a mother is being sued by her ex-husband for refusing to give their baby a vaccination.
Deed is called for jury service for the murder trial of an 18-year-old Ukrainian nanny accused of shaking a baby to death.
A couple convinced that a cell phone mast erected over their flat has caused their illnesses sues the local council.
The parents of a comatose 2-year-old boy fight to keep their child alive.
Henry Free, an animal rights movement organizer, is put on trial for murder after a fire-bombing kills a scientist at Sussex University.
A young black man is stabbed to death by a known racist in a shared cell a week before he is due for release.
Rochester conspires with a phone company to accuse Deed of possessing child pornography, and Deed has to work out what to do when he finds it on his laptop.
Deed publicly accuses Sir Monty Everard of corruption.
A lawyer and his two younger siblings are accused of conspiring with a burglar to murder their parents.
A mentally handicapped man confesses to savagely beating a woman to death, then retracts his confession.
Judge John Deed faces a dilemma when the driver of an Arab sheik is charged with murdering a young prostitute.
A young doctor is charged with murder following the death of an old man in her care.
The Lord Chancellor's Department pressures Deed to acquit a man who has pled guilty to a brutal assault on his wife.
A TV show contestant kills another on camera.
Deed presides over a case against a waste incinerator company, and it looks like Jo is losing the case.
Deed's fellow judges turn against him for his indiscretion with a claimant.
Deed is presented with a prisoner who has liquidated a paedophile and the jury clear him. Later Jo gets a shock when the man publicly calls the country to arms.
Menace and intimidation fill the air in Deed's court when three young men are charged with shooting a rival gang member.
Jo Mills prosecutes an MP in an attempted murder trial.
When the evil Sir Monty Everard grants a political benefactor a non-custodial sentence, Deed flies into a rage and publicly accuses him of corruption, leading to an explosive confrontation.