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Returning from maternity leave, Deputy Prosecutor Annabeth Chase learns how to balance her nearly-perfect conviction record with a new boss and adjusting to life as a wife and mother in Indianapolis.
Jennifer Finnigan, Kimberly Elise, Johan Carroll Lynch and Christian Kane star in CLOSE TO HOME, a new drama that tears away the façade of suburbia to reveal that sometimes quiet and tranquil streets can hide the darkest of crimes.
Annabeth must choose between making a case against a kidnapping suspect or saving his victim's life.
Annabeth prosecutes a case involving a madam who runs a prostitution ring consisting of middle-class, suburban soccer moms.
Annabeth tries to convince a jury of the guilt of an extremely religious woman who claims she was divinely directed to murder her husband.
Annabeth and Maureen discover there's more to the story when teenage step-siblings are arrested for the murder of their parents.
Annabeth must contend with a sharp defense attorney whose tactic for getting his client acquitted of murder is to put the victim's parents on trial.
Annabeth prosecutes a woman in what initially seems to be an obvious case of reckless homicide and fleeing the scene of the crime after she runs down another woman outside a mall.
Annabeth is given police protection during a gangster's trial after members of the defendant's gang use Haley to scare Annabeth off the case.
Annabeth prosecutes two men for murder and discovers that one of the defendants, who was high on meth at the time of the murder, was paid to commit the crime but accidentally killed the wrong people.
Annabeth tries to determine why a teenage boy would attack a member of the opposing team after his team loses an important baseball game.
Annabeth prosecutes a case involving a respected doctor who accuses a teenage delinquent of murdering his wife.
Annabeth is forced to find other evidence to tie a suspect to a crime after the incriminating statements he made after his arrest are thrown out by a judge.
A recently paroled sex offender who moves into Annabeth's neighborhood becomes the prime suspect in the rape of a young woman.
Annabeth tries convince the mother of a man who confesses to the murders of three people to testify against her son after a judge rules that blood found in the defendant's home is inadmissible in court.
When Annabeth prosecutes a man for killing his mother-in-law, his defense attorney creates a case against the man's wife by claiming she committed the murder in order to establish reasonable doubt.
Annabeth tries to build a case against a convicted criminal whom she put in jail years earlier after he is arrested for robbing a jewelry store.
Annabeth and her office investigate a string of real-estate fraud cases involving a crooked real estate developer.
Annabeth attempts to link several of her former classmates to the murder of their high school friend who dies after a game of touch football.
During a murder trial Annabeth discovers that the victim, who was strangled the night before her wedding to another man, was hiding a secret from her friends and family which may have led to her murder.
Annabeth brings a high school basketball player to trial for the murder of his teammate after he confesses to accidentally shooting him.
Annabeth prosecutes a high-profile case involving a professional baseball player and ends up facing off with his slick defense attorney who tries to use his client's celebrity to sway the jury in favor of his client.
Annabeth learns there's more to the story after a middle-aged man is shot and killed by a teenage boy who claims he was protecting his friend from a sexual predator whom she met on-line.
Jon Seda(Ray Blackwell)
Cress Williams(Ed Williams)
John Carroll Lynch(Steve Sharpe)
Jennifer Finnigan(Annabeth Chase)
Kimberly Elise(Maureen Scofield)
David James Elliott(James Conlon)
Christian Kane(Jack Chase)
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