Detectives Joe Fontana and Nick Falco investigate when a commuter train strikes an SUV parked on the tracks. A dozen people are killed but it's not clear which of the dead or injured might have put the car there. It leads them to Davey Buckley who admits that he tried to commit suicide that day. In court his lawyer, Rodney Fallon, tries to present an insanity defense but mid-way through the trial, Buckley fires him and changes his plea to not guilty.- Written by garykmcd
After a man causes a massive train crash that results in multiple deaths, McCoy tries to prosecute him for murder despite his insanity defense. But McCoy finds himself hampered by a defense attorney whose own agenda may undercut that of his client.- Written by Anonymous
After an SUV sitting on the tracks causes a train wreck resulting in 12 deaths the detectives track down the truck's owner who is facing a retrial presided over by the assistant DA on the train. After closer investigation the detectives focus in on a man suffering from bipolar and a failed suicide attempt.- Written by FMJ_Joker
A failed suicide attempts leads to a train crash that kills 12 people. The defendant's attorney initially offers an insanity defense. However, he is soon fired, as the defendant represents himself and changes his plea.- Written by email@example.com
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