Sgt. Greevy and Det. Logan investigate the death of an artist, Victor More, who is found dead in his studio. It has all of the earmarks of a suicide but More's friends and family say that's impossible and he would never do such a thing. The autopsy suggests that More was strangled while in a state of sexual arousal and the sex game may have cost him his life. The investigation leads them to Henry Rothman, the city's Commissioner of Artistic Affairs who knew the victim. More importantly, the connection leads them to Elizabeth Hendricks, a dominatrix who may be behind the death. For ADA Stone, the challenge will be to get Rothman, who is subservient to Hendricks, to testify against her. Written by
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Before the grand jury Stone once refers to Elizabeth Hendrick as "Miss Hendricks". See more
[Stone and the police are searching a suspect's apartment. Stone comes upon a locked chest
It's my hope chest.
[the chest is unlocked. Stone, absolutely stunned and dumbfounded, pulls out an assortment of S&M gear
Executive A.D.A. Benjamin "Ben" Stone
What were you hoping for?