A hold up near El Dorado, and the ensuing courtroom drama draws the attention of the Lone Ranger. Mr Kinny is a gent who is hard of hearing, and tries his best to give his testimony. The frustrations in responding to thequestions makes for humor in the court, but Lem Mason is the prime suspect. Now it’s a matter of finding that man.
Lone Ranger knows that Lem was probably misidenified, and rush off to warn Lem. Not entirely certain about Lem’s story, he’s kidnapped and taken to town to either prove his story, or bring in the guilty man. On the trail to town, Lem changes his mind about the ccharacter of his kidnapper, but has Lone Ranger changed his idea about Lem?
Lem is convicted, tossed in jail, but he won’t talk, and tell where his partner in crime is hiding. Lone Ranger breaks him out of jail to see if Tonto might use indian methods to get information out of him. The race is on. Who will find whom? The posse is blindly out to recapture Lem, and Lone Ranger is out to get Lem’s partner Jed Powell.
Twists in the story, identity mix ups, and motives seem to only be understood by the Lone Ranger. Will he convince the judge? The focus is back on a courtroom drama that proves to be the final stage, with Lone Ranger pulling the strings to ensure justice is done.