On vacation, Maris and Weston get involved with a hunting lodge owner accused of killing his cheating wife.
Maris gets involved in a case in which the murder weapon was an exploding golf ball.
When a skid row derelict is accused of stealing benefit money collected for a halfway house it's Maris who comes to his defense.
All the suspects in the murder of a stewardess have seemingly impeccable alibis.
The latest case for Maris involves a psychiatrist who was killed by an arrow.
The body of a gangster is found in a gift shop run by an ex-convict.
Maris defends a laborer accused of killing a racketeer.
Maris defends a woman caught in a quagmire of circumstantial evidence when her estranged husband is murdered.
Union leaders hire Maris to defend one of their members who's been accused of selling stolen jewels.
Maris defends a physician accused of murdering his wife.
Maris defends a scientist who's accused of botching a top secret government mission.
After a blackmailing private detective is found murdered, Maris comes to the aid of a friend who's been arrested for the crime.
After a Greek immigrant receives a shipment of rare coins from his mother in Greece, he is attacked and robbed of the coins.
Construction workers discover a skeleton that has been buried underneath a highway.
A professor's attempt to teach his wife a lesson backfires in his face.
Maris uncovers a scam involving domestic servants which places his secretary in danger.
Maris comes to the defense of a police patrolman charged with dereliction of duty because he helped the victims of a robbery instead of pursuing the perpetrator.
Maris comes to the aid of an old pal of his father who has been charged with arson.
A young girl who's mother is in jail on a murder charge helps Maris find the real killer.
Maris heads to Nevada to protect the mining interests of his clients and gets involved in the death of a prospector.
Maris crosses the pond and lands in gay Paris--only to discover that his prospective client has been murdered.
Maris tries to prove a young damsel not guilty of the murder of an architect.
There's an unusual object in the hand of a murdered woman--a letter addressed to Herbert L. Maris.
When a dress designer turns up murdered it's his assistant who gets charged with the dirty deed.
A man accuses his grandson of looting his safe since only the two of them supposedly knew the combination. Maris tries to get at the truth.
Maris helps Lt. Weston investigate a series of hit-and-run murders and finds a clue that leads to a dance hall.
On vacation in the West Indies, Maris finds himself involved in the murder of a plantation owner.
Maris participates in the investigation of the murder of a Broadway actress who was seemingly despised by everyone who knew her.
After a murder at a zoo, Maris is taken hostage by a suspect in the case but is his abductor the killer?
Did the nephew of a wealthy businessman spike the refreshments at an office party and steal the company payroll? Maris is hired to find out the answer.
An oilman accuses a former employee of stealing a fortune in securities.
Maris isn't convinced when one of his clients is an apparent suicide.
The police accuse a man with a long criminal record of a crime but he swears he's innocent. It's up to Maris once again to try and get to the bottom of things.
Maris gets a wire from a former chief witness in a murder case who says that the man convicted of the crime is innocent.
Lt. Weston's Army pal faces a court martial for murder.
A newspaperman is accused of murdering a fellow journalist.
Maris is drawn into a case of robbery and murder after finding an envelope full of money.
Maris takes the case of a former showgirl who shoots an intruder to her home--who turned out to be her husband.
A Laura Petriesque woman is charged with espionage after top secret microfilm is found inside her automobile.