Chicago Justice Friendly Fire – In the previous episode, a prominent judge is shot and killed while leaving a bar with Anna Valdez. The appearance of impropriety negates Anna’s value as a witness in the murder. But Anna’s on the up and up as Laura and Antonio come to the rescue and find the
Chicago Justice Judge Not – In the previous episode a young Muslim man is found beaten to death in the hallway of an abandoned building. It looks like frat boy Byron Welch has done the deed. But Antonio and Laura come up with evidence showing that a different associate of the murder victim isn’t who
Chicago Justice See Something – In the previous episode, Chicago PD’s Kevin Atwater finds himself in the docket when a drug dealer he chased down dies of internal injuries. Community activist Reverend Fitch riles the community, alleging yet another case of police brutality. Not to worry though. Detectives Antonio Dawson and partner Laura Nagel discover
In the one-hour preview episode of the Chicago franchise the State’s Attorney for Cook county prosecute young Dylan Oates as a young man who started a fire that killed 39 people. Dylan’s confession has been thrown out of court and the state prosecutors must get at the truth by other means. Peter Coventry Smith played
Chicago Justice Fake – In the full one-hour premiere episode and latest extension of the Chicago franchise produced by renowned Dick Wolf, Peter Stone enlists Antonio Dawson to investigate a warehouse fire that killed thirty-nine people. Prime suspect Dylan Oates has a high-powered lawyer who immediately files a motion to suppress his client’s alleged confession.