Detectives Max Greevy and Mike Logan investigate the death of teenager Suzanne Morton in a hospital emergency room after her father files a complaint saying she was murdered there. She had gone to the hospital to have her prescription for antibiotics refilled and was dead a few hours later. All of the doctor's in the case are tight-lipped about what happened but when the detectives find that part of the girl's chart was erased with white-out, they come to believe that someone is covering up. Their investigation leads them to the hospital's Chief of Medicine, Dr. Edward Auster, an eminent cardiologist who had been drinking heavily at a reception just before going into the ER. The challenge for Executive ADA Stone is to mount a case against someone with his sterling reputation and prove that he has a problem with alcohol. Written by
Did You Know?
This episode is based on a real case about a girl Libby Zion who died six hours after admission to a New York hospital because she had not received adequate health care. See more
When covering up the dead body with a sheet (end of opening scene) the victim can clearly be seen swallowing. See more
Dr. Edward Auster
When you practice medicine, Mr. Stone, sometimes the patient dies.
Executive A.D.A. Benjamin "Ben" Stone
And when you're a lawyer, Dr. Auster, some of the people you prosecute are convicted.