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In the City of Los Angeles, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the police who investigate crime and the district attorneys who prosecute the offenders. These are their stories.
When a group of thieves target the homes of young Hollywood, Detectives Rex Winters and Tomas "TJ" Jaruszalski soon discover there is more to the crimes than meets the eye. After the perpetrators are uncovered, another shocking crime is committed at the home of young starlet Chelsea Sennett and her stage mom, Trudy. As everyone starts turning on each other, Deputy District Attorney Morales remains intent on exposing the real ringleader.
When murderous cult member "Baby" Jane Lee Rayburn is found stabbed to death, Detectives Rex Winters and Tomas "TJ" Jaruszalski question multiple suspects, including the cult ringleader Denis Watson and Jane's former cellmate, Maura Dillon. However, the case cuts very close to home for Detective Winters when his wife Lori, a former Detective, is questioned. DDA Dekker and DDA Stanton find themselves facing a trial where the line between suspect and victim is blurred.
When former surf champion Trevor Knight returns home to help his ailing mother, it ultimately results in his untimely death. Initially, Detectives Rex Winters and Tomas "TJ" Jaruszalski are lead to believe that it was not only a robbery gone wrong, but possibly an inside job. Meanwhile, DDA Morales has a feeling that someone related to one of the suspects knows more than they are telling and goes to unusual lengths to flush them out.
When two innocent children are killed in an accidental meth lab explosion, Detectives Rex Winters and Tomas "TJ" Jaruszalski track down the dealer's family. The investigation quickly takes a sharp turn when the detectives discover those involved in the explosion are planning something more destructive. As the federal government steps in and attempts to take over the case, DDA Dekker fights to keep the trial in California.
After a pregnant Rebecca Townley is found run over and left for dead, the detectives learn that the baby's father may be a married politician, and the crime a homicide. As Winters and Jaruszalski begin digging deeper into her past, they are led to a young couple, Adam and Carolyn Yarborough, who seem to know more than they are willing to tell when it comes to Rebecca. DDA Morales must weave carefully through a political minefield as he begins the task of uncovering the truth.
After a night out partying with his co-workers, oil rig worker Freddy Ramirez is found dead along the shore. While Detectives Winters and Jaruszalski are investigating a possible crime scene, they stumble upon paperwork indicating that Freddy was about to blow the whistle on one of his co-workers. Uncovering vital evidence, DDA Dekker and Stanton face the formidable challenge of turning the tide in favor of the prosecution.
When Department of Public Works employee Don Heller is found stabbed to death, the detectives suspect those responsible are the gang bangers he encountered earlier that day. However, the case takes a significant turn when Winters and Jarzuszalski discover that Heller was investigating a string of unsolved murders that were committed over the past decade. DDA's Dekker and Stanton must now seek justice for the innocent victims in hopes to erase the horror from the past.
When pro golfer Kristin Halstead turns up murdered, Detectives Rex Winters and Tomas "TJ" Jaruszalski quickly discover clues leading them to married pro golfer Chip Jarrow. However, after a suspicious event occurs between Chip and his wife Monica, it's up to Deputy District Attorney's Dekker and Stanton to uncover the truth.
When a normal quinceañera erupts in violence, leaving multiple people dead, the detectives work quickly to follow a lead. During their search for answers, they find a young boy protecting acres of marijuana and discover he is the only witness that can help the case. As the detectives begin to close in on a suspect, Winters receives a surprise visit at home. Meanwhile, DDA Morales must risk upsetting the Mexican government by prosecuting the guilty, which results in a shocking decision.
Don Alvin's quiet life is destroyed when an intruder ambushes he and his family in their home, killing his wife and son. After searching for clues, the detectives discover similar cases that lead them to one powerful common thread. Meanwhile, DDA's Dekker and Rubirosa have to tread carefully in order to get a guilty verdict after Morales' puts their case in jeopardy.
After a high-speed car chase comes to an abrupt end, police officers are shocked to discover a woman's dead body, but no driver. The detectives immediately suspect her jealous boyfriend, who divulges information that leads them to believe her job as a city bookkeeper was not as it seemed. Meanwhile, DDA's Dekker and Rubirosa set out to restore order in East Pasadena and will do everything in their power to win.
When successful Hollywood stylist Lily Walker is gunned down while driving, the seemingly random murder sends shockwaves throughout the city. Following leads, the detectives uncover an unlikely twist that forces them to delve deep into Lily's past for clues to help solve the murder. Meanwhile, DDA's Dekker and Rubirosa must navigate their way through the details in hopes of bringing the real culprit to justice.
When a bank robber hands a teller a photo of her kidnapped son, she quickly hands over the money in order to save his life. Uncovering details, Morales and Jaruszalski soon become suspicious of the kidnapping. When a second bank is robbed with the same motive, a potential suspect comes to the surface and the team finds themselves in a dangerous situation -- and one of their own pays the price. Meanwhile, DDA's Dekker and Rubirosa disagree with DA Hardin's prosecution strategy, so they devise their own game plan so the bank robber is behind bars for good.
When pre-med freshman Beth Garrett is found strangled to death, a mysterious text leads the detectives to a potential suspect. After some investigating at her sorority, the detectives learn that there is more to this mild mannered bookworm than initially meets the eye. Meanwhile, DDA's Dekker and Rubirosa are forced to change their strategy when game-changing evidence is discovered at the last minute.
When a crazed gunman open fires during a rally with State Senator Celeste Kelman, seven innocent people are killed including the Senator. With the help of modern technology, the detectives identify a solid lead and possible motive for the shooting. At the DDA's office, tensions are running high when Dekker and Rubirosa disagree on how to handle the case. Meanwhile, TJ gets himself into a sticky situation as he continues his quest to find his dead partner's killer.
When a destructive wildfire suddenly rips through the hills of Malibu, arson is immediately suspected. Once the blaze is contained, the detectives soon realize that a second fire was intended to cover up a gruesome crime. Meanwhile, DDA's Dekker and Rubirosa stumble upon some information crucial to the case.
Following a heated argument with his cousin, casino worker George Patrick is found brutally murdered in his hotel bathtub. However, after talking with the victim's girlfriend, they discover that more than one crime has been committed. Meanwhile, DDA's Dekker and Rubirosa reluctantly strike a deal with those involved in order to convict the real mastermind.
When cops are called to the home of Nick and Amy Libergal, they are surprised to discover two Russian men armed with guns and Nick dead in his bathtub. While Winters and Jaruszalski work to trace the men back to a ringleader, the case takes an unsuspecting turn when a second crime comes into play. Meanwhile, DDA's Dekker and Stanton must move quickly in order to get their key witnesses to testify before they are extradited back to Russia.
When Kim Ho Lee is found dead by a neighbor, the detectives suspect her live-in boyfriend of murder until they stumble upon his dead body. As Winters and Jazuszalski begin digging into Joyner's past, they learn that he was hired to collect voter signatures in order to put a controversial proposition back on the ballot. However, when surprising details are uncovered, DDA's Morales and Price find their case in jeopardy and justice hanging in the balance.
When a horrific mass murder occurs at a primarily Hispanic office, the detectives immediately begin investigating the remaining employees, as well as their clients. After arresting a potential suspect, the case comes to a sudden halt when a claim of racial profiling is made against the unlikeliest of sources. DDA's Dekker and Stanton are forced to navigate through tricky waters in hopes of proving their case.
A birthday party turns into a horrific scene after all of the guests are beaten to death by some uninvited visitors. With several clues left behind, the detectives are led to believe it was drug related. However, when they learn one of the guests escaped it leads them to a shocking discovery about the murders. Meanwhile, DDA's Morales and Price ask for fellow DDA Dekker's help to convict the culprit.
When Javier Gomez is found dead at UCLA, the detectives learn that protecting his sister Malia, a star soccer player, may have lead to his murder. After speaking with Malia and her boyfriend Eric Kenter, Winters and Jaruszalski are led on a path to uncover the suspect, only to discover the case taking a surprising turn. With the prosecution losing ground, DDA's Morales and Price are faced with the difficult task of uncovering the truth.
Alfred Molina(Ricardo Morales)
Corey Stoll(Detective Tomas "TJ" Jarusalski)
Alana De La Garza(Deputy D.A. Connie Rubirosa)
Megan Boone(Deputy D.A. Lauren Stanton)
Wanda De Jesus(Lieutenant Arleen Gonzales)
Rachel Ticotin(Lieutenant Arleen Gonzales)
Steve Zirnkilton(Opening Narration)
Skeet Ulrich(Detective Rex Winters)
Terrence Howard(Deputy D.A. Jonah "Joe" Dekker)
Regina Hall(Deputy D.A. Evelyn Price)
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