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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.
Annabeth uses unconventional methods to determine the motive for the murder of a mother and her children who are killed in cold blood in their home.
Annabeth tries to find corroborating evidence and a motive in order to convict a mother of four for the murder of her husband after the defendant's claim of self-defense is deemed questionable.
Annabeth prosecutes a case involving a man who is accused of drugging and raping his teenage neighbor and discovers that he is a sexual deviant who is hiding a dark secret.
While prosecuting a meth addict for the murder of a young woman, the D.A.'s office comes upon another suspect who has the same modus operandi as a dormant serial killer who victimized women for years.
Annabeth and the team investigate when the wife of a wealthy and prominent businessman is found murdered at work.
Annabeth, Maureen and Conlon come under intense scrutiny by the community when they charge two star college football players with the murder of a teammate.
Annabeth and the team enter the jealous, competitive world of the PTA when a dad is murdered during a school function.
When a local minister is found dead in his home and all signs point to both his wife and his secretary as possible suspects, Annabeth and the team step in to sort it out.
Annabeth prosecutes a disgruntled, recently laid-off employee for the murder of one of his colleagues and then learns that his two sons' fingerprints are also on the weapon, raising questions about how to handle the case.
Annabeth seeks the death penalty for a man who takes justice into his own hands by attempting to gun down his son-in-law after he is acquitted of murdering his daughter; however, he misses his target and accidentally wounds defense attorney Doug Hellman and kills his associate.
When the D.A.'s office accuses a recovering alcoholic for the murder of his niece, painful secrets are revealed about a similar murder case involving the defendant's mother 25 years earlier.
Annabeth prosecutes a man for "road rage" after he kills another man whom he claims attacked him after they got into a traffic altercation.
Annabeth prosecutes a malpractice case involving an anesthesiologist who is accused of murder after her patient dies on the operating table during a routine surgery.
While investigating the murder of a college student who is found dead a few days after he robbed a bank, Annabeth and the DA's office stumble upon a corrupt gambling operation that's duping college kids out of their money.
Annabeth prosecutes a woman for killing the surrogate mother of her baby.
Annabeth prosecutes the Dean of a prestigious prep school for murdering his Russian wife who he met on the Internet.
While prosecuting a capital case, Annabeth and Conlon disagree about seeking the death penalty for a defendant who is diagnosed as being border line developmentally disabled.
When a reformed alcoholic writes a letter to his victim trying to make amends for raping her 11 years earlier, Annabeth tries to get the statute of limitations lifted, based on the fact that the victim was drugged.
Annabeth discovers how far a mother will go to protect her son after she retracts her statement identifying her son as the person who is responsible for attacking her and killing his father.
While prosecuting a drug dealer for the murder of a police officer, Annabeth uncovers possible police corruption and a dirty cop who has members of his team involved in illegal activity.
Although she is still receiving death threats from the first trial, Annabeth pushes to prosecute an accused dirty cop again after a missing witness, who could have helped convict him, is found dead.
While the D.A.'s office attempts to put an end to the web of police corruption plaguing the city, the case takes an unexpected turn when someone close to them is murdered.
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