Judge John Deed: Season Three
Good-looking, fit and fifty-something, Judge John Deed is no ordinary high court judge...
And neither is his uncompromising approach to justice that finds him flying in the face of convention, confronting corruption and taking on the establishment - especially pompous new Presider, Sir Monty "Legover" Everard and string-pulling civil servant Sir Ian Rochester.
Deed's other challenge is to find the root of his problem with women. A Confirmed womanizer, he already finds himself in court with his ex-wife and his sometime lover Jo Mills. Can therapy help the judge deal with his attitude towards women?
When Rochester fails to take a high-profile case against a mobile phone company away from Deed, he turns his anger to Jo.
Sir Monty Everard's granting of a non-custodial sentence for a political benefactor leads Deed to accuse him of corruption.
Jo Mills is prosecuting an MP accused of attempted murder, but Row Colemore suggests the charge has been fabricated in order to prevent his investigations into the arms trade.
Diana Hulsey, pursuing her case against the mobile phone company, begs a surprising favour from Jo Mills. Meanwhile, accusations are made that could destroy Deed's career.