A respected congressman faces trial for murder, but a suicide and confession during the trial cast new doubt on his guilt.

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A Congressman is on trial for murdering his mistress by shooting her. Langston is testifying for the prosecution which has some pretty solid evidence. In the middle of the trial, however, the Congressman's Chief of Staff commits suicide outside the courtroom with the gun that killed the mistress. In his suicide note, he claims responsibility for the murder, although the evidence show reason to doubt that. Written by J. Rieper

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19 February 2009 (USA)  »

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This episode featured two actresses who had played ex-wives of Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) on NCIS. Melinda McGraw played Diane Sterling (Gibbs's second wife and his first ex-wife) on NCIS, and Kathleen York played Stephanie Flynn (Gibbs's fourth wife/third ex-wife) on the same series. See more »

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The blood on the suicide note changes positions multiple times including when Riley puts it in the fume hood and when Nick originally pulls it out of the dead guy's pocket. See more »

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