A government official blackmails two doctors for overcharging patients before he is killed. The doctors have another secret to protect, however, and worry that someone will find out mobsters financed their practice.
Capt. Ross, Goren and Eames have their Thanksgiving plans interrupted when the deputy commissioner's daughter, a U.S. soldier home from Iraq, goes missing. At the same time, Goren has difficulty coping with the failing health of his needy mother (Rita More (more…)
A judge ends up a real-life casualty when he takes part in a reenactment of a famous historic duel. Goren and Eames question the victim's opponent (Xander Berkeley), whose wife is running for mayor of New York City. Maureen Pagonis: Donna Murphy.
The death of a young, pregnant Pakistani woman leads Logan and Wheeler to question the man (Jason Cerbone) she was secretly dating, as well as both his and the victim's disapproving relatives. Raj: Erick Avari. Dani: Maulik Pancholy. Safia: Meera Simhan. M (more…)
A fertility doctor is murdered, and his body is staged to appear as if the crime was a political statement. Logan and Falacci follow clues that show the case has a more personal motive, and family of the victim may be involved.
The case of a dead diver causes tension to surface between the department and the FBI over possible terrorist connections. Goren and Eames' probe, however, leads them to the treacherous world of deep-sea treasure hunters.
Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a young woman who was killed in 1983. Jay Lippman: Jim True-Frost. Rick Morrissey: Danton Stone. Mrs. Lippman: Johanna Day. Brill: Ray Wills. Carver: Courtney B. Vance. Eames: Kathryn Erbe. Goren: Vincent D'Onofrio (more…)
A witness in a well-publicized rape trial is found dead. Evidence points to the college football-team members being prosecuted for the rape, but further investigation reveals a connection to an attorney with an agenda.