Detectives Briscoe and Logan investigate the shooting death of David Lempert, a city parks employee who was gunned down just as he was leaving his health club. They find little in Lempert's background to suggest he was targeted. He's divorced from his wife but that all seems amicable. He was paying hefty university tuition fees for his daughter and all in all lived a modest lifestyle. They get a break when they learn that he had been a member of a hung jury in the prosecution of mobster Vincent Dosso. The police arrest Dosso and the hit man, John Furini but ADA McCoy comes up against his old college classmate Mark Kopell who seems to out-lawyer him at every turn. When he learns that his old friend was present when the mobsters discussed hits, he charges him. Written by
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When Briscoe and Logan are at the ice company interviewing the Lincoln owner, the phone number (212-675-4115) and name (Diamond Ice) of the ice company on the truck are both real and correct. See more
What is this, Bernie's Bargain Basement? Today's special, cop to four murders, get only five years.
When I gave Furini immunity, I had no idea.
No idea, because the blood was rushing downstream from your head and settling somewhere south of the border.