The CSIs have 24 hours to find out if a man on death row is truly guilty, and Eric Delko returns to work the case.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
James Bradstone
Donald Newhouse
Louise Russo
Phillip Hale


Drug-dealing Dr. James Bradstone was on death row 15 years for the knife-murder of his wife nurse Sarah and pre-teen daughter Caitlin. Her only son Todd survived but was knocked down and saw nothing. Now the key witness, old neighbor Louise Russo, reveals on TV that she lied at the instigation of prosecutor Evan Talbot. The governor wants the new evidence within 24 hours before overturning the death sentence. Delco discovers Jesse, then a uniformed rookie, was also manipulated by Talbot to alter Louise's declaration. Todd remembers his mother was abused by the killer. James' colleague and drug client Dr. Donald Newhouse admits to an affair with Sarah. A new crime is committed. Written by KGF Vissers

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Release Date:

1 February 2010 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Solid Writer In This One
18 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was solid episode all the way through. To me, the ending was no shock but the road leading to it was very interesting, how the CSI team wound up finding out exactly what did what to whom.

A man on death row for killing his wife and young daughter and nearly his young son gets a last-minute reprieve from the governor. From that point, and from further investigation on their part, it looks like the convicted man was innocent.....but "Jess Cardoza" (Eddie Cibrian) was a rookie cop covering the crime when it happened insists they have the right guy and he's a psychopath.

Who is right?

Good episode which also includes are old pay "Eric Delko."

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