A man is killed while apparently trying to rob a bank. The manager who was giving him the money refuses to say anything. Later it is revealed that the manger's daughter was kidnapped and what he was giving the robber was the ransom. So Green and Fontana try to find the girl. They learn that the man who was killed is a con artist and he usually works with his father. Eventually Fontana finds him and makes him tell where the girl is. While being tried, his lawyer claims that Fontana strong armed him to reveal where the girl is. Fontana denies it but McCoy is worried. Written by
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The episode title is from Hamlet, Act 2, Scene 2: "... there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so ..." See more
Like it or not, in evaluating the case against Mitchell Lowell, Detective Fontana's actions are irrelevant and must be ignored. Like it or not, the law says that you must focus only on what the defendant did. I'm realistic; I know you're good people, and as such, it's next to impossible that you could ignore what you heard, or didn't hear, in this courtroom. And I also know that by asking you to weigh the defendant's actions against the police officer's, Mr. Dworkin is, in effect, appealing to ...