A woman is killed in the park at the same time that Puerto Rican Day was going on. The city wants a Puerto Rican arrested. But the investigation leads to her husband whom she is divorcing and she is also planning to force him to sell his business. When they clear her husband, they shift their attention towards his partner who stood to lose if the business is sold. They learn he was with her in the park. When questioned he claims he was with her but he left to get help when some Puerto Ricans were coming at them. He is charged and placed on trial. During the trial a Puerto Rican who was arrested on another charge claims he has information. McCoy questions him and places him on the stand. Briscoe claims what he said was not he said when he was first questioned. He then admits that he knows someone who can verify what he said. The man says that it was a Hispanic boy who killed the woman. They arrest and put him on trial. His defense lawyer claims the boy was just caught up in the moment ...
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ADA Carmichael says that if the defendant pleads to criminally negligent homicide the most time he'll spend in prison is one year. Which is incorrect, as a violent class E felony criminally negligent homicide can carry a maximum sentence of four years in prison, one year is just the minimum prison sentence. See more