Original Air Date:
    February 6, 1976

    Joseph Campanella stars as Arnold Bailey, a stockbroker accused of tax fraud. After taking on Bailey as a client, Beth finds herself arrested on contempt-of-court charges, learns that her office has been burglarized, then nearly dies after drinking cyanide-laced coffee. Rockford finds that the attempt on Beth’s life is tied to the partnership between Bailey and another of Beth’s clients in a scheme to skim money from the pension fund of a textile workers union controlled by syndicate leader Marty Jordan (played by Frank Campanella).   

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