When an officer is accused of using excessive force on a suspect, Frank finds his department under scrutiny from the community and the mayor. Meanwhile, Danny and Maria investigate the murder of a Wall Street securities trader who was deep in debt due to a gambling addiction.
Did You Know?
When discussing the 14-year-old who was shot by a police officer, Erin informs a companion from the DA's office that he has a juvenile record. The companion asks, "Aren't those usually sealed?" to which Erin replies by implying that she got them by calling in a favor. Juvenile records are sealed to the public but remain available to prosecutors, and any expungment of a juvenile record (the only means by which the record would be permanently unavailable even to prosecutors) is unlikely to occur until the person reaches age 18, and certainly not within two years after the original delinquency charge. See more
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