The Courtroom is a British legal drama created by Phil Redmond, which aired between June and December 2004. The programme was notable for starring many former British soap stars, particularly those who starred in Redmond's other productions Brookside and Hollyoaks.
Best Episodes of The Courtroom
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Worst Episodes of The Courtroom
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The Courtroom Episode Guide
Five Below Zero
21st Jun 2004
A case of a depressed mother who has drawned her own baby.
The Right to die with Dignity
22nd Jun 2004
Ralph Gordon complied with his wive wishes and helped her to die however, he now finds himself on trial for her murder. With his daughter, Samantha, against him can he convince the jury of his innocence?
23rd Jun 2004
Christine Green is planning to take her children to Cornwall to start a new life but their father, and her ex husband, Michael Gaynor has other ideas. He believe his children aren't happy and think he has evidence to prove it.
One in Six
24th Jun 2004
When an evening's idle drinking between three soldiers on guard duty escalates into a game of Russian Roulette, tempers flare, passions rise and a life is lost. It's the cue for a dramatic trial to begin.
25th Jun 2004
Pub landlord Steven Smith is charged with biting his chef Brian White after an angry dispute involving Smith's ravernous dog. But there's food for thought when the court learns Smith's dog had been deliberately fed with spicy chillies.
Five Below Zero (Delayed Repeat)
28th Jun 2004
A depressed mother drawns her own baby.
29th Jun 2004
The discovery of a body at the bottom of a well re-opens a case dating back to 1976. When a finger bone belonging to erstwhile odd-job man Arthur Boughman is unearthed along with the victim's remains, a thirty-year old feud is exposed.
30th Jun 2004
Bar owner Brian Gwinnett stands accused of being an accessory to the death of his ex-girlfriend Rachel Sinclair by adding sleeping pills to her drinks. But it soon becomes clear that nobody is entirely sure if the pills were added in Brian's bar or not.
1st Jul 2004
Tom Briley is on trial for taking his grudge against the police to an extreme and attacking a speed camera with a JCB. Briley has already done time for refusing to pay a fine, but the defendant claims at the time of the incident he was at home with his sick wife.
2nd Jul 2004
Nurse Diane Eaton has always blamed Sean O'Brien for introducing her daughter Jennifer to heroin. Now she stands charged of deliberately failing to help revive Sean from a drug-induced coma at Jennifer's eighteenth birthday party.
Slaves & Donkeys
5th Jul 2004
An illegal immigrant is accused of stealing from his exploitative gang-master boss.
Bully for You
6th Jul 2004
A teacher is in the dock for assaulting a pupil, but claims he only stepped in to break up a fight.
7th Jul 2004
Can a popstar involved in a hit and run case really turn the press interest in the case into good publicity?
8th Jul 2004
Having denied rape, a man is charged with manslaughter when the alleged victim kills herself.
9th Jul 2004
A householder claims he acted in self-defence when he assaulted a teenager who had entered his home.
One More Night
12th Jul 2004
A bridesmaid accuses the groom of rape.
13th Jul 2004
A well known Judge finds himself in the dock on a charge that isn't cricket!
14th Jul 2004
A ferry worker is accused of murdering his best friend by pushing him overboard.
15th Jul 2004
Can a man convince the jury that the death of his wife and daughter were a tragic accident?
16th Jul 2004
A financial advisor sues an elderly couple found guilty of flasely imprisioning him.
19th Jul 2004
The case seems simple enough: a mother has accused her son-in-law of GBH after she rejected his advances. But as ever there's a deeper story to tell, and it's up to the defence team to unpick the truth from a particularly tricky fabric of lies and deception.
Head over Heels
20th Jul 2004
A school mountaineering trip ends in tragedy when a student falls to their death down a ravine. Is headmaster Scott Dalton directly responsible, or does the fact the victim had sneaked off to smoke a joint qualify as mitigating circumstances?
21st Jul 2004
Financial advisor Edward Palmer has struck William Shawcross in the face, yet stands charged not just with assault but also outraging public decency - thanks to the fact he wasn't wearing any clothes at the time. Taking down his particulars is about to prove tricky...
Like A Robot
8th Nov 2004
A former soilder accussed of murdering a mugger denies that he intended to kill.
9th Nov 2004
A man charged with assualting an opld woman and her son springs a few surprises.
These Foolish Things
10th Nov 2004
A teenager stands accused of aiding her best friends suicide.
11th Nov 2004
A defendant who stole a car with a baby inside faces manslaughter charges.
A Family Business
15th Nov 2004
The owner of a shop strongly denies an allegation of indecent assualt.
16th Nov 2004
A jury considers the case of a football holigan who was stabbed after a match.
Fists of Fury
17th Nov 2004
When a half-time prank at a football match leads to more than a playfight the court must decided who's guilty and who's not.
19th Nov 2004
A teenager obsessed with rap-music has burnt down his old school. But why?
23rd Nov 2004
When a local vandal breaks into a house he is charged with manslaughter when the owner has a heart attack.
29th Nov 2004
A man with a gun attempts to teach two teenagers a lesson.
Caught in the Wheels
30th Nov 2004
A father is accussed of assault by his own son.
Over the Edge
2nd Dec 2004
A wife is charged with attempting to murder her terminally ill husband.
Caught Dead Handed
7th Dec 2004
Despiting being dead a man's fingerprints are found at a crime scene.
15th Dec 2004
A postman us accussed of stealing cash from a recently deceased woman.
16th Dec 2004
A court hears about a hot air ballon ride that turned into a nightmare.