A teenage boy, Marlon, is being prosecuted for a murder of one of his female classmates, Stacey. During his trial, his 12-year-old sister Hannah takes the stand, and admits that she herself murdered Stacey, not Marlon. The "CSI" team is now faced with a strange dilemma - two confessions for the one murder. Collusion seems unlikely. As Hannah is a genius, in high school already, even though her confession sounds convincing, some CSI members suspect that she is making up her confession and could not have physically committed the murder. It now has to be decided who should be prosecuted for the crime. Written by
Henrietta G. Molgardy
Did You Know?
After Sophia interviewed Stacey's boyfriend, the district attorney said "We're down to Malcolm and Hannah." The character he is referring to is named Marlon. See more
Good news is Judge Crawford denied the defense's motion to dismiss.
Of course he did. She's just a mixed-up kid trying to protect her older brother. All the evidence points to Marlon.
Yeah, and all the jury's going to remember is a little girl in a bloody shirt confessing to murder. That's reasonable doubt on a silver platter.
References The Usual Suspects
Rock & Roll Queen
Written by The Subways
Performed by The Subways
(during the Spring Formal scene) See more