Justice (1971–74)

People Have Too Many Rights

(1971)

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| TV Episode | United Kingdom | Colour | Drama | 50min
| Stars: Margaret Lockwood, Philip Stone, John Stone
| S1 E10 | 10th December, 1971

It’s often said that people have too many rights. But do they? Harriet defends a policeman, but will the jury believe in his innocence or decide that he was part of a protection racket?

Justice (1971-74) screenshot (1)
Justice (1971–74)
Lady barrister Harriet Peterson tackles cases in London.

Episode cast

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Margaret Lockwood promotional headshot for Jassy, c. 1947, autographed ‘Sincerely’ by the actress
Harriet Peterson
Sir John Gallagher (Philip Stone) discusses the case in Justice
Philip Stone
Sir John Gallagher
Justice (1971-74) photograph (1) | John Stone, Margaret Lockwood
John Stone
Dr Ian Moody
Guy Slater
Det Con Jackson
Hector Ross
Det Supt Turnbull
Cyril Shaps
Polsen
Christopher Malcolm
Farrer
Michael Robbins
Eddie
John Moreno
Moroni
Kim Braden
Rosemary Jackson
Newton Bedale
Judge
Anthony Benson
Clerk of the Court
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Pictures

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Justice – The Complete Series – DVD from Network.  Photo montage cover featuring Margaret Lockwood, Anthony Valentine and John Stone; the jury look on in the background
Menu from disc one of Justice season 1 DVD.  Features The Most Important Thing of All and By Order of the Magistrates
Menu from disc one of Justice season 1 DVD.  Features Justice is a Woman
Interior packaging of Justice season 1 DVD
Back cover of Justice season 1 DVD
Margaret Lockwood in the Network DVD release of Justice series one

Production

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James Ormerod
Director / Producer
John Batt
Writer

Companies

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Yorkshire TV
Production company