As the bodies of Big Georgie and Judy Cordova are being discovered, Barek asks, 'What is that under Big Georgie's shoulder?' Logan reveals long, straight, dark red hair from under a scarf, showing that it's Judy. However, when Big Georgie and Judy are being autopsied, Cordova's hair is lighter red and very curly, corresponding with actress Kathryn Albarelli's natural hair.
A doctor of chiropractic medicine is bound by the same privacy and confidentiality ethics and rules as all health care workers are under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA). A chiropractic patient's medical records are privileged, meaning Logan and Barek would have needed a warrant to access the chiropractor's records. Although like with any medical practitioner patient lists are not privileged, a doctor is allowed to say whether or not they are treating a specific individual, but without a court order or written permission from the patient that is all they are allowed to say. The only exceptions would be if a medical practitioner learned that their patient was a danger to them-self, or planned to harm someone. Or suspecting that a underage patient was a victim of physical or sexual abuse. In those instances they would be required by law to report what they know, or suspect, to the police.
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When Logan goes to Virgini's home towards the end of the episode, Virgini says he assumes Logan is wearing a wire yet not 2 minutes later he starts blabbering about his daughter, offering her to Logan for sex. Then at the when Virgini is talking to his daughter in the holding cell he's again surprised when he learns that she was wearing a wire. A cop with 22 years on the force should have assumed they would be wearing recording devices.