An old friend of Nagel's is shot by two narcotics officers employed by a gangleader.


Martha Mitchell


Derek Haas (developed by), Michael Brandt (developed by) | 6 more credits »





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Philip Winchester ... Peter Stone
Jon Seda ... Antonio Dawson
Joelle Carter ... Laura Nagel
Monica Barbaro ... Anna Valdez
Carl Weathers ... Mark Jefferies
Dylan Walsh ... Ken Banks
Gary Basaraba ... William O'Boyle
Tim Kang ... Steve Kim
Tom Guiry ... Eric Cates
Austin Lysy ... Attorney Fetzer
Andrew Rothenberg ... Creary's Lawyer
Helen Young Helen Young ... Judge
Todd Michael Kiech Todd Michael Kiech ... Trial Judge
Brian Keys ... Jerome Creary
Maura Kidwell ... Lizzie


After a man is shot multiple times and left for dead, and a kilo of diluted heroin is found in his car, Antonio discovers other similar cases where murder victims were found with the same type of adulterated drugs. Ultimately, the narcotics detectives involved in the case-one a decorated hero-appear to be the common thread. Meanwhile, Stone is hesitant to let Nagel be involved in the case, as she has a close connection to the victim. Written by NBC

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Crime | Drama



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Gary Basaraba and Dylan Walsh starred together in 1997 TV series Brooklyn South. See more »


Discussing the case at the crime scene outside the train station. (About 8.75 minutes in) There are several shots at varying angles that sometimes show the station. It opens with a train moving into the station, about 9 seconds later it is leaving, and you see the rear of the train. Within a couple of seconds or so the train is in the station just coming to a standstill, and almost immediately after that the train is not in the station at all. See more »

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Just Chicago Mush
7 May 2017 | by RyanWinter100See all my reviews

OK, I tried to like this show because it is a Dick Wolff production. But he's made a mistake with this show like he did during his last years with the original LAW and ORDER.

And the problem is with casting.

His shows are based upon us, the viewer, believing and engaging the characters in the stories. If we don't buy into them it takes away from the message. Criminal Intent's senior female detective was excellent and very believable. The female cop during the final years of LAW and ORDER was totally unbelievable and it seriously weakened the show.

Now with the Chicago series of shows, he's doing it again with weak or phony female characters. On this show Chicago Justice there is an aged while female detective that's trying to be the baddest cop in Chicago. Chicago, a city constantly in the headlines with gang crime and multiple murders weekly, well all we have to believe is this one white woman is smarter and better than the other cops in Chicago. I don't even know why she's tracking down bad guys. She ruins the show for me, and since her segment takes the first 30 minutes, I usually turn the channel once I see her unrealistic character try to solve Chicago's problems.

The legal part of the show does not have the intensity of the other LAW and ORDER legal segments. You have the handsome super smart white prosecutor working with the always angry senior prosecutor. It's tiresome.

I like Chicago PD and the Chicago Fire show. They both have weaknesses, but they're much stronger and far more watchable than this show.

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7 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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Chicago, Illinois, USA

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16:9 HD
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