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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Catherine Willows
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Jim Brass
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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 features Laurence Fishburne and Miguel Ferrer. Fishburne was the first African-American actor to portray Othello on film. The first African-American to play the role on stage was Paul Robeson, who played the part opposite Jose Ferrer as Iago. See more »

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When Ray checks Maddie for a fever, Ray's hand changes position in between shots on Maddie's face going from his hand being in a fist against her cheek to his fingers outstretched against her cheek. See more »

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Rock On
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Written by David Essex
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