Detectives Cerreta and Logan investigate murder of professional photographer Julian Decker who is found with a pair of scissors in his back. The forensic evidence indicates he had sex not long before being killed and they initially focus on some of the many women he used as models. Decker's accountant admits to the police that hew supplemented his income as a photographer by pimping for some of his models. DNA evidence says there's an 80% probability that Angela Brandt, a divorced mom with a teenage daughter, is the woman he had sex with. When the judge throws out the DNA evidence they try to find another way to link her to the murder. They soon realize they've arrested the wrong woman.
Did You Know?
While questioning an ad executive, an exasperated Logan tells him to "Fly me!"
In the 1960's, Braniff Airlines' highly successful (and suggestive) "Fly Me" advertising campaign was the brainchild of young ad man Dick Wolf
...who later created Law & Order
(1990). See more
Are you sure this is legal?
We have your permission. That makes it legal.
What if I didn't give permission?
Then we've to go and get a warrant, come back tomorrow and close you down for a whole day, instead of just your locker room for an hour.