Calleigh could find herself in trouble after she is involved in an off-duty shooting. Meanwhile, the shooting leads detectives to a separate murder, which is connected to drug dealers.



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Natalia Boa Vista (as Eva La Rue)
Andre Harding Charles (as Malik Whitworth)


Calleigh Duquesne is nearly killed, off duty, when a sports car nearly overruns her but crashes into a sports equipment shop after she fires at it: two dead including an innocent bystander, teacher Valerie Gaynor; one assailant can run on foot. Duquesne has a near-limit alcohol level and is internally neutralized pending the investigation by Rick Stetler. A blood stain in the car shows the fugitive is triple assault convict Pete Morton, whose Smith & Wesson was used to fire at Duquesne, he confesses; the driver is Mark Boyd. However autopsy shows Gaynor was previously internally decapitated. Stetler finds six drinks on Duquense's bar bill, four were actually ordered earlier by colleague Jake Berkeley. Paint traces on the teacher's shoulder match her Brickel High arts colleague Dave Keppling, who claims he just gave her a relaxing massage, her desk contains empty 'cheese' (a cheep heroin drug, which causes an OD at her school while Horatio is there) bags and a trespass complaint from ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Rick Stetler: You couldn't provide a description of the suspect.
Calleigh Duquesne: [firearms expert] He was carrying a Smith and Wesson .459 wood-grain grip with an adjustable rear sight *at my head*, Rick!
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Now It's Calleigh's Turn To Be Investigated
30 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Calleigh Duquesne" is involved in a very dramatic opening scene and then the team has to prove she acted properly. Does this sound familiar? It seems like almost everyone on the CSI-Miami team has been investigated and accused of everything under the sun. It was really bad the first few years regarding Horatio. Later, "Eric Delko" had his problems being investigated and so has about everyone else on the CSI-Miami team. TV cop shows love to show Internal Affairs people as despicable bad guys, always trying to pin something on the good-guy cops. It's become a cliché.

Calleigh (Emily Proctor) is enjoying a day off and gets her in car when some unseen thug pulls up beside her and sticks a gun at her. After our blonde heroine pulls her gun out and then gets it knocked out of her hand when the other car speeds away, things really escalate.The next thing you know the bad guy-auto is turning around down the street and coming back after her. Miss Duquesne stands her ground, fires off several shots and the car crashes into a store. By the way, all of this is done with nobody out in the streets or sidewalks. Where is everyone? It's the middle of the day! The driver is dead and another man left by foot. A woman is found dead next to the car. She was in the store. Later, we find out she wasn't run over by the car but was dead before the vehicle rammed through the glass storefront.

The rest of the story involves getting Calleigh cleared of any wrongdoing (since he had a few drinks prior to all this happening) and then finding out about the dead bystander. The latter becomes a drug story; people selling kids drugs at school, to be more precise. That angle actually begins to take center stage in the second half of this episode, almost to the point we forget about Miss Duquesne's plight.

All in all, a pretty interesting episode.

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