Two nail-biting double episode stories from the longest running BBC legal drama find the uncompromising Judge called to the International Criminal Court in the Hague and taking on a controversial case at home.
War Crimes Deed is in The Hague hearing a case of a young British soldier who killed eleven Iraqi civilians and is now accused of war crimes. At home, a ruling on the case of a BNP councillor has brought Deed's name to the attention of Muslim extremists.
Evidence of Harm Jo asks Deed to review the withdrawal of legal aid for a soldier who was damaged by vaccines given to him by the army and who later committed suicide. Will Deed dare to accuse the judge of bias in a move that would go right to the heart of government?