The murder victim was thought to be a prostitute but may have been involved in a more secretive trade.
A man is accused of murdering a teacher and her infant pupils.
A junior minister sues the police department for malicious prosecution.
A young man is charged with murder after an explosion kills his girlfriend.
A flight mechanic's negligence causes a jet to crash into a motorcross course.
Kavanagh and Aldermarten defend two convicts in a flawed double-murder case.
A member of Parliament is accused of sexual abuse.
Kavanagh defends the owner of a trawler that sank, killing five.
Kavanagh is asked to represent a minister accused of sexual harassment.
A boy's life is threatened when his parents refuse to allow him to have a blood transfusion because of their religious beliefs.
Kavanagh defends a woman who admitted to killing her abusive husband.
Kavanagh goes to his hometown to defend a couple accused of murdering their baby.
Kavanagh, still recovering from the death of his own wife, accepts a case in which a doctor is charged with his wife's murder.
Kavanagh flies to the United States to help with the appeal of a convicted murderer on death row.
Kavanagh joins forces with an old friend in a private murder prosecution.
Kavanagh must defend the daughter of a British ambassador charged with murdering an Austrian journalist.
Kavanagh must prosecute a family doctor who is clearly innocent of involvement in war crimes.
A computer tycoon mysteriously dies after apparently successful surgery.
A former army chaplain charged with killing his brother inexplicably becomes mute.
A brother and sister are charged with the murder of their parents.
Kavanagh tackles a personal-injury case when a young man is left with spinal and brain damage after an accident at the recycling center.
Despite evidence, Kavanagh doubts a robber killed a policewoman.
Lt. Ralph Kinross and naval mechanic Patrick Jones face a court-martial after being charged with arson.
Authorities seize a substantial amount of heroin hidden in a load of contaminated meat.
Left-wing lovers plot a neo-Nazi's murder.
James Kavanagh defends a prostitute (Anastasia Hille) accused of murdering a client.
Kavanagh represents a man who kidnapped his son.
James agrees to prosecute a vigilante (Richard Graham) who is accused of deliberately hitting a robbery suspect with his car.
An attorney (John Thaw) copes with problems at home while defending a student (Ewan McGregor) accused of raping a middle-aged woman (Alison Steadman).