Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Six Days of Justice was the modest title applied to this weekly British anthology series, which ultimately tallied up 24 50-minute episodes. Each of these illustrated the workings of British jurisprudence by dramatizing actual cases from various Magistrates' courts. Individual episode titles included "A Private Nuisance," "Intent to Deceive," "A Clear-Cut Case," "Case for Committal," and "Angelica," the last-named episode written by and starring comic actress Eleanor Bron. Six Days of Justice was carried by Thames Television over a three-year period, beginning April 10, 1972 and ending May 19, 1975.