Following the death of Mark Strauss, English and Mulligan investigate his alleged suicide before it has a chance to undermine Cindy Strauss' murder trial, while Mulligan is called to give evidence.

Director:

Michael Mayers

Writers:

Steven Bochco (created by), Eric Lodal (story) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Taye Diggs ... Terry English
Kathleen Robertson ... Hildy Mulligan
James Cromwell ... Warren Daniels
Richard Schiff ... David Hertzberg
Nicole Ari Parker ... District Attorney Jacqueline Perez
Currie Graham ... Mario Siletti
Ian Anthony Dale ... Jim Koto
Raphael Sbarge ... David Molk (credit only)
Lombardo Boyar ... Edgar Navarro (credit only)
Bess Rous ... Ivana West
Mimi Kirkland ... Louise Mulligan (credit only)
Tom Felton ... Erich Blunt
Steven Weber ... Bill Wilkerson
Camille Balsamo ... Kami Keefer
Courtney Ford ... Tonia Pyne
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Storyline

Hildy and Terry investigate the death of Mark Strauss. A suicide note is found on his computer, but no one is convinced he killed himself. The judge allows the prosecution to make its case but is prepared to entertain a motion to dismiss the case if they don't make a pronouncement on the Strauss' death. Pilot Bill Wilkerson and his wife both take the stand and the defense suggests they could be the Cindy's killer - both deny it. The police interview Bill over Mark Strauss' death and he denies that as well. They do find evidence of someone being in Strauss' apartment. Hildy gives her testimony. Written by garykmcd

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

21 July 2014 (USA) See more »

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