A boy is kept back after school for refusing to agree with his teacher's narrative that General Custer was a hero, by seeing the point of view of the native American Indians. Jones takes time out to teach the school a lesson in democracy.
The widow of one of the greatest criminal lawyers Jones has ever known arrives while he is enjoying a barbecue, to tell him that her son is being employed by criminal gangs to give them legal advice on how to commit their crimes.
Jones has just finished enjoying a game of golf when he is told that three ex-convicts are staying in his friend's apartment block and frightening the residents. But the man housing them wants to give them a fresh chance.
Jones is out driving with Miss Spear when a boy runs out in front of them. They discover he is a hemophiliac so rush him to hospital. When he comes round he asks Jones to help him divorce his parents as he feels too much trouble.
A 21-year old divorcee is desperate for access to the son he had with the girl he married when they were both teens. But the wife says he is a danger to the child, and Jones must face a formidable female foe.