|Title||:||nbc university theater (014) justice|
|Plot||:||+ "Justice". A portrait of an 81-pound forgery, and the British system of justice at the turn of the century. The play opens in the office of James How & Sons, solicitors. The senior clerk, Robert Cokeson, discovers that a check he had issued for nine pounds has been forged to ninety. By elimination, suspicion falls upon William Falder, the junior office clerk. The latter is in love with a married woman, the abused and ill-treated wife of a brutal drunkard. Pressed by his employer, a severe yet not unkindly man, Falder confesses the forgery, pleading the dire necessity of his sweetheart, Ruth Honeywill, with whom he had planned to escape to save her from the unbearable brutality of her husband.|
|File||:||NBC University Theater 48-10-31 (014) Justice.mp3|
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