CSI: Miami: Season 4, Episode 18

Double Jeopardy (13 Mar. 2006)

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The team works to implicate a man, after he is acquitted, when the body of his wife finally turns up.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Rowe
Allison Grady
Richard Bowman
Amy Laughlin ...
Ethan Gaffney
Damon Slone
Andrew Keston


The team works to implicate a man, after he is acquitted, when the body of his wife finally turns up.

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In the end of this episode where Horatio Caine is waiting to see Monica West, a man and a woman can be seen walking down the stairs, the same two people can be seen walking down the stairs again after Monica West departs. See more »


Lieutenant Horatio Caine: [talking to Steven Rowe] We've recovered the weights that you used to sink Melissa with.
Allison Grady: A jury found him innocent.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Never confuse an acquittal with innocence.
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He Should Have Quit While He Was Ahead
18 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Stephen Rowe is found "not guilty" in the trial about his wife's murder, because of "things unseen" (there was never any body found) but obviously - at least from this introductory segment - he's guilty. Moments after the verdict, someone fishes out part of Melissa Rowe from water.....but it's too late....or is it?

Since the cameras focused a couple of times on an older man in the audience at the trial, I just hoped I wasn't going to see another predictable father-takes-revenge-on-his-own sidebar here but he did something but not what I presumed.

Quick investigative work (impossibly quick!) discovers that Mr. Rowe is a White Supremist which explains why he murdered his wife (she was half-black and he didn't know it until after the marriage) and the theory is that he also might have killed someone first. Someone else is being blamed for that murder but Horatio is hoping to get Rowe on that charge since double jeopardy applies and they can't try him again on his wife's murder. It has all the earmark's of Rowe's murder. That quest - to find his first victim - forms the bulk of this story.

Brad Rowe - same last name - does a fine job playing Stephen Rowe.

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