A.P. Herbert's 'Misleading Cases'
A look at some of the extraordinary cases brought by Albert Haddock in his attempt to prove that the law can sometimes be an ass
- 1967 - 1971
- BBC One
- 19 (3 series)
- A. P. Herbert
- Alastair Sim, Roy Dotrice, Avice Landon and Thorley Walters
- Alan Melville, Christopher Bond, Michael Gilbert and Henry Cecil
- Michael Mills and John Howard Davies
It has become a matter of principle for Albert Haddock to not let archaic laws and bye-laws dictate the way he lives his life. Whenever he takes on the injustices of life he normally ends up having to defend his stance in a court of law. A court that is frequently presided over by the increasingly amused Mr Justice Swallow and Mr Haddock's long-suffering adversary Sir Joshua Hoot QC.
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