McCoy takes on gay marriage at the state Supreme Court when a man refuses to testify in a case involving the death of the governor of Connecticut's wife, because he says that he is married to the defendant.
Did You Know?
This episode is ripped from three different headlines: The scandalous resignation of New Jersey Governor James E. McGreevey (which became effective five days after this episode aired), a scandal involving Connecticut Governor John Rowland (also resulting in his own resignation), and the brief period of gay marriages that were permitted at the direction of San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom and later annulled by the California Supreme Court - all in 2004. See more
This is a waste of my valuable time. I'm gonna have my lawyers make a complaint to the chief of police.
Detective Joe Fontana
Hey, how come you rich guys always have to have your lawyers do your talking for you?