When Japanese businessman is killed the investigation reveals that the man was a misogynist who treated women like dirt. So they suspect that he tried to force himself on a woman and she fought back. Eventually the trail leads them to a woman who knew him in Japan. After she's arrested, her lawyer decides to utilize the battered woman defense. McCoy does his best to counter because the man's associates want justice.
Did You Know?
When Logan is going over the list of stage names/real names of the women on the victim's list of auditions, he says that Toni "with an I" Curtis was really Bernice Schwartz. Tony Curtis' birth name was Bernard Schwartz. See more
In the final courtroom scene after the verdict, Mr. Nakahara stands up and buttons his jacket twice; once in the far shot, once in the near shot. See more
Executive A.D.A. Jack McCoy
Mr. Nakahara, I'm sorry.
I was in the Midwest last year for the opening of an auto plant. When I left, someone threw paint on my car. It was disturbing, but expected.