Mac is serving on a jury. The trial is a murder case involving a black man who's accused of shooting at a wealthy white couple, killing the wife and injuring the husband. Some of the jury members feel as if the D.A. was pressured to bring charges because of all the media coverage especially from a TV journalist who's more interested in ratings. The jury's sequestered. But Mac feels that the crime scene was not covered so he sneaks out finds a woman who saw what happened. It wasn't the defendant she saw, and she shows Mac where he can find some evidence. He asks Pete to give it to the defense but when it's presented in court the prosecution and judge demand to know where it came from, and Mac stands up.
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We're outside the County Courthouse on day 14 of the murder trial of Curtis Danby. This is Jake Baron with an update on the case that's cut a swath of rage and fear throughout the city, ever since that horrible night when Lisa Robins, wife of former gold medalist Wyatt Robins, was brutally shot and left to die on a filthy slum street corner in the arms of her critically wounded husband. Another sacrifice to the rising tide of street violence that's lit the fires of prejudice on ...