Peter does his best to defend his client, Warren, before Judge Harding.
A guinea pig is liberated from the medical research facility; tensions escalate between a researcher and her teenage daughter.
Complex crop circles appear in a Market Shipborough field.
Peter finds a new lease on life; Beatrice adjusts to motherhood; Lyle sets out to prove himself as a fully-qualified solicitor.
Beatrice returns to Market Shipborough with her new baby girl; Simon needs Peter's advice when his trial is called.
An old professor asks Peter to speak at a college conference on human justice, but Peter soon learns his professor has ulterior motives.
Simon is back, ready to work; a sponsorship falls through at the cricket club; Mrs. Olivia Godfrey comes to Peter for help.
Simon is in police custody, and Peter refuses to stand bail for him; Gloria instructs Lyle to prepare the case for Simon's bail hearing.
Peter is forced to hide his fugitive brother Simon, which could put the entire business in jeopardy.
Peter takes on the role of surrogate father to Simon's son Daniel; the Women's Institute asks for Peter's help to save the lighthouse from closure.
A concentration camp survivor seeks Peter's help when the council insist on clearing his home of rubbish, and Beatrice ropes in Gloria on a girls' day out. Joss Ackland guests. Last in series
Gloria comes down with the flu; Mrs. Collins seeks a divorce after her husband starts to cross-dress; Beatrice answers the phones.
Peter's clients believe their daughter was unfairly turned down by the University of Cambridge; computer program determines when Simon's body should have turned up.
A man wants his insurance company to pay for his sunken boat; Beatrice models for a painter's life drawing class.
Peter helps a woman whose baby has been stolen; Peter finds out more about an international call that came through on Simon's phone.
Peter collects his brother's things from the police station, then takes the case of Mr. Snell, who wants to sue the Planning Authority.