CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 5, Episode 9

Mea Culpa (25 Nov. 2004)

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During a retrial, a fingerprint appears on a matchbook which was formerly not visible to Grissom and his team. This makes Grissom reopen the case. His decision leaves him an easy target for... See full summary »

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During a retrial, a fingerprint appears on a matchbook which was formerly not visible to Grissom and his team. This makes Grissom reopen the case. His decision leaves him an easy target for Ecklie who immediately investigates his past handling of cases. Ecklie's agenda is clear. He is out to destroy and discredit Grissom. Written by Ploy P.

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