A businessman (Larry Brandenburg) charged with Federal crimes tries to plea-bargain by offering Michael knowledge of a bribe-taking Government official. Santos: Luis Guzman. Vaughn: Philip Baker Hall. Gina: Tembi Locke. Prosser: David Clennon.
Hayes's brother turns up as one of the victims of a religious cult's apparent mass suicide, but the subsequent investigation points to murder. Orwell: Larry Miller. Amanda: Susanna Thompson. Calloway: Nicolas Coster. Ringsred: Troy Evans.
A congressman (Jim Haynie) campaigning on a family-values platform is blown up with a car bomb, and the resulting investigation reveals he'd been having an affair. Meanwhile, Hayes' relationship with a TV personality (Susanna Thompson) comes to a crossroads.
When a terrorist (Allison Smith) takes hostages in the Federal building, Hayes offers himself in exchange for their release. Judge Jordan: Frank Converse. Agent Winton: Byron Keith Minns. Betty Jordan: Linda Carlson.
A witness (Larry Dobkin) in the murder of an FBI agent changes his story, and Hayes' investigation uncovers a plot that may involve the CIA---and a former Nazi SS member. Gould: Vyto Ruginis. Wendy Kaplan: Meredith Scott Lynn. Bernstein: Lawrence Pressman.
After a foreign attaché (Levani) claims diplomatic immunity when he gets nabbed running guns, State Department officials lean on Hayes (David Caruso) to drop the case. Eddie: Ruben Santiago-Hudson. Lindsay: Rebecca Rigg. Manning: Peter Outerbridge.
Hayes considers charging a small-town cop (Brian Wimmer) acquitted twice of murder with violating the victim's civil rights and trying the case in Federal court. Sarah: Clarissa Romano. Phyllis Burdick: Jenny O'Hara. Brad: Kyle Howard.
Conclusion. Michael looks into a conspiracy that may involve the Mob, the media and big business in murder and fixing elections. Orwell: Larry Miller. Madeline: Lisa Banes. Rose: Gail Strickland. Mackey: Kevin Conway.
Hayes bangs heads with the FBI over a case involving a serial bomber (Robert Harper) whose explosive devices have killed 16 people in the past eight years. Part 1 of two. Rose: Gail Strickland. Becker: Chris Mulkey. Madeline: Lisa Banes. Mackey: Kevin Conway.
Lindsay goes up against a powerful lawyer (George Wyner) representing a black man (Perry Moore) accused of inciting a mob to attack and kill a Jewish man. Julie: Helen Slater. Heschel: Jason Blicker. Novello: George Taglianetti. Parker: Walter Olkewicz.
A restaurant owner (Richard Sarafian) with a score to settle volunteers to set up an organized-crime boss (Seth Jaffe) who's milking merchants in a protection scam. Julie: Helen Slater. Rago: Frank D'Amico. DeGuiseppe: Castulo Guerra. Wanda Burns: Jenna Byrne.
A con man (Alan Blumenfeld) involved in an undercover FBI sting gets on Hayes' bad side when he threatens a bank teller who refuses to take part in one of his scams. Sandra: Tracy Douglas. Green: Scott Lawrence. Carnap: Dann Florek.
A Chinese immigrant (Lucy Alexis Liu) risks being deported if she doesn't testify against an Asian-American (Michael Paul Chan) who enslaves illegal aliens for prostitution. Det. Garbutt: James Lorinz. Cherry: Jeanne Chinn. Carl Bellamy: John Prosky.
Hayes (David Caruso) investigates Russian mobsters who've infiltrated the fuel-oil business with a multimillion-dollar scheme to beat the taxes. Eddie: Ruben Santiago-Hudson. Danny: David Cubitt. Manning: Peter Outerbridge.
A talk-show host (Daniel VonBargen) is tried for murder after verbally goading a listener into killing a Federal agent. Jackson: Gareth Williams. Tyleen: Boti Ann Bliss. Seward: Ben Jones. Irwin: Murray Rubinstein.
Hayes defends a brash FBI agent (Larry Joshua) in a lawsuit initiated by a former mailman whose life is a shambles because the agency failed to make its case against him in the kidnapping of a boy. Billy Densmore: Brad Henke. Stephanie Lofton: Amy Aquino. Hayes: David Caruso.
Hayes incurs the fury of the Catholic Church when he tries to submit a dead man's taped confession to his priest as evidence against an alleged terrorist who bombed an art gallery. Eddie: Ruben Santiago-Hudson. Danny Jr.: Jimmy Galeota.
Hayes (David Caruso) reopens an investigation into a health-care organization suspected of refusing needed treatments to seriously ill patients. Claire: Patricia Kalember. Solomon: James McDonnell. Kevin: Jeffrey Licon.
Hayes' investigation into corruption at a New York precinct may implicate one of Eddie's cop buddies (Julio Oscar Mechoso) who had agreed to help the U.S. Attorney's Office. Thompson: Dan Lauria. Rudolpho: Stanley Anderson.
When the head of the U.S. Attorney's Office is injured by a car bomb, Hayes (David Caruso) is named supervisor of the department, and goes gunning for a corrupt politico. Vaughn: Philip Baker Hall. Linda Penny: Donna Murphy. Brock: Tom Amandes.
Hayes scrambles for a legal precedent to bring down a hit man (Leo Rossi) who's been granted immunity for testifying against a mob don. Diaz: Ruben Santiago-Hudson. Danny Jr.: Jimmy Galeota. Caitlin: Mary B. Ward.