Hollywood sex symbol Tom Haviland admits having had sex with a girl who is found in the same casino hotel, throat fatally pierced with a corkscrew. As he failed to clean up, the team quickly gathers enough evidence for a murder charge. His top lawyer chooses to demand a near-instant trial, leaving CSI almost no time to work out the part of Tom's buddy and a second victim, actually the first murder. Meanwhile Grissom's mentor and predecessor, Dr. Phillip Gerard, uses all his forensic expertise to question every move they make and discredit team members. Written by
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Grissom's mentor shares the name "Phillip Gerard" with the Police Lieutenant from the 1960's television show, "The Fugitive." See more
During the trial of the actor who is accused of double murder, Grissom testifies that the scar which proves the actor committed the murders, is on his left knee. But in a blow-up picture which Grissom shows to the court, the scar is seen on the actor's right knee. See more
D.A. just got the call. Tom's manager hired Marjorie Westcott to defend him.
Guilty, rich client, high-profile case it's right up her alley. Publicity for her new cable show.
Forget about who's involved. We do this like we do any other case.
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