Caine's been summoned for jury duty where the case involves a homeless man accused of killing a businessman and robbing him. But the defendant claims the man was already dead when he came across him. Peter decides to go to the trial and as the prosecution makes its case, Caine gives Peter a look which is his way of telling him there were some anomalies in the prosecution's case. Peter has the forensic evidence reviewed and learns that the medical examiner made some oversights. Peter learns that the victim was heavily insured and the beneficiary is his business so the one who has a lot to gain is the man's partner. Peter tries to check him out but couldn't get anything. In the meantime the jury foreman was approached by a man who threatens his family if they don't come back with a guilty verdict. At deliberation Caine hangs the jury. Caine senses something wrong with the foreman and tells Peter that his family could be in danger. Written by
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One of the case files reads Teller, Penn, maybe this is a coincidence. See more