Tuesday, September 20th, 2005
Since having a baby with her husband Jack (Christian Kane) Annabeth has been having a more difficult time returning back to work as her cases are hitting more close to home and in her neighborhood---literally. It'll be a struggle for her to balance family
Tuesday, October 11th, 2005
Annabeth must choose between making a case against a kidnapping suspect or saving his victim's life. Annabeth takes a huge gamble when she denies kidnapping suspect, Derrick Adler (guest star Mason Gamble) his right to have a lawyer present during his interrogation in order to force a confession with the hope that he will lead the police to his victim's whereabouts so that she can be brought home alive. Derrick had kidnapped college mate Amy Flynn (guest star Shannon Floyd) after a campus party, a person who he has been stalking for over a year. With time running out Annabeth is put in a tough predicament. Meanwhile, Maureen must decide whether or not to prosecute a detective who obstructed justice in order to protect a fellow cop.
Tuesday, October 18th, 2005
s1e3: Suburban Prostitution
Annabeth finds it difficult to convince the women working for the ring leader to testify against her because they are afraid that their husbands will leave them and take away their children. Meanwhile, Steve urges Maureen to push for more drug convictions so that their office can receive a $7 million grant from the federal government.
Tuesday, October 25th, 2005
s1e4: Divine Directions
After a competency hearing finds that the woman is fit to stand trial, Annabeth tries to find a motive for the murder and discovers several skeletons in the church-going couple's closet. Meanwhile, Maureen finds out there is more to the story behind a seemingly open and shut case of justifiable homicide. Annie Potts (""Any Day Now"") guest stars as Dr. Marla Dodds, the defendant's razor sharp, media-loving lawyer.
Tuesday, November 1st, 2005
s1e5: Romeo and Juliet Murders
Annabeth and Maureen prosecute a case involving siblings whose parents are found murdered after they discover a secret which the teenagers had been keeping from them. Meanwhile, Maureen and Annabeth admit to each other that they sometimes think that each other's life is more desirable -- Maureen wishes she had a family to go home to, while Annabeth wishes she did not have to be responsible for anyone but herself.
Friday, November 11th, 2005
s1e6: Parents on Trial
Annabeth must combat the defenseâ?'s strategy of putting the victimâ?'s parents on trial by claiming their lifestyle and the fatherâ?'s relationship with the defendant is to blame for their sonâ?'s death. Now, Annabeth must find evidence that will convince a jury that the defendant is guilty of the murder of the 6-year-old boy.
Friday, November 18th, 2005
s1e7: Double Life Wife
During the investigation of the crime, Annabeth discovers a picture of the defendant and the victim's husband, leading her to believe that the murder of his wife may not have been an accident. Meanwhile, Steve asks for Maureen's help after he must recuse himself from the appeal of a death penalty case after a key witness accuses him of suborning perjury.
Friday, November 25th, 2005
s1e8: Under Threat
Annabeth prosecutes a case involving a gangster who resorts to violence to prevent a key witness from testifying against him. When the defendant realizes that Annabeth might be able to convince a jury to convict him of the crimes he is accused of, he then has members of his gang threaten to harm Annabeth's daughter in order to scare her from trying the case.
Friday, December 9th, 2005
s1e9: Meth Murders
A man high on meth that has killed two people has apparently killed the wrong two, Annabeth discovers after beginning prosecution. During the murder investigation the defendant reveals the identities of the intended targets. Annabeth attempts to track them down in order to convince them to testify against the drug lord so that he can be brought to trial. Meanwhile, Steve worries that the nature of the crime will cause a media circus and asks Maureen to keep the press at bay.
Friday, December 16th, 2005
s1e10: Baseball Murder
Annabeth is assigned to try a case involving the death of a all star baseball player by an opposing player (Cole Evan Weiss). Sammy's parents seem more worried about his athletic career rather than the severity of the crime. During the investigation prior to the boy's trial, Annabeth discovers a videotape of the attack which causes her to suspect the boy's coach may have encouraged him to hit his opponent after their team lost the game. Meanwhile, Maureen's younger sister is arrested for shoplifting.
Friday, January 6th, 2006
s1e11: The Good Doctor
Annabeth prosecutes a case involving a respected doctor who accuses a teenage delinquent of murdering his wife. Annabeth learns there's more to the story when the suspect arrested for the murder has an airtight alibi for the night the crime was committed. As a result, Annabeth delves deeper into the case only to find out that the doctor's wife was planning to sue her husband for divorce because he was hiding a dark secret.
Friday, January 13th, 2006
A successful African-American man is abducted from his home and presumed dead. A suspect is quickly arrested and refuses to cooperate, but he reveals the location of the body to his lawyer. Annabeth tries to persade the defending attorney to testify against his client after a second black man goes missing, hoping to stop the hate crimes, but the man is reluctant to betray his client's confidence.
Friday, January 27th, 2006
s1e13: The Rapist Next Door
A recently paroled sex offender who moves into Annabeth's neighborhood becomes the prime suspect in the rape of a young woman. Although the victim identifies the paroled rapist as the man who attacked her, Annabeth does not think she can convince a jury that he is guilty of committing the crime because the behavior he exhibited is different from his usual M.O. Meanwhile, Maureen tells Steve that they should ease up on Annabeth's work load because she thinks juggling a new baby along with all of her cases is spreading her too thin.
Friday, February 3rd, 2006
s1e14: Dead or Alive
Annabeth tries to convince the mother of a man who confesses to the murders of three people to testify against her son after a judge rules the blood found in the defendant's home is inadmissible in court. The defendant's attorney argues in court that his client did not commit any crimes but confessed to the killings because he is fascinated by crime and police investigations. Annabeth's case against the defendant begins to crumble after one woman he confesses killing turns up alive and admits she ran away from her parents to be with her boyfriend. Annabeth tries to convince the defendant's mother to testify against her son in order to salvage her case and bring the defendant to justice.
Friday, March 3rd, 2006
s1e15: Reasonable Doubts
When Annabeth has to prosecute a man for killing his mother-in-law, his defense attorney creates a case against his own wife by claiming she committed the murder in order to establish reasonable doubt for the jury. The judge throws out the defendant's testimony after his lawyer claims that he was not given legal counsel during his interrogation. When Annabeth learns of a hidden secret in the defendant's past which easily explains why he killed his mother-in-law, the defense tries to deliberately mislead the jury into believing the defendant's wife committed the murder in order to create doubt.
Friday, March 10th, 2006
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. After he is arrested for robbery, the D.A.'s office learns that during the convict's escape from jail he murdered a guard and kidnapped a young woman whom he has held hostage for a year. During the investigation, Annabeth discovers inconsistencies in the kidnapped woman's story and uncovers a secret causing her to question who is really to blame for the prison-break and robbery.
Friday, March 31st, 2006
s1e17: Land of Opportunity
Annabeth and her office investigate a string of real-estate fraud cases involving a crooked real estate developer. Annabeth and her D.A team try to help homeoowners who are being scammed into buying homes more than they're worth by the housing developer who build them. It gets to the point where the real estate developer fires her own husband from his contruction housing job in order not to get caught by the D.A.
Friday, April 7th, 2006
s1e18: Still a Small Town
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.
Friday, April 28th, 2006
s1e19: Sex, Toys and Videotape
Annabeth gets involved on a murder trial where her victim was strangled the night before her wedding. During the trial Annabeth discovers that her victim was hiding a terrible secret from her friends and family which may have lead to her death---that she was previously married and not a virgin that many had thought to believe..
Friday, May 5th, 2006
s1e20: The Shot
Annabeth brings down a high school basketball player on murder charges on the death of another teammate in court. The suspect confesses that it was an accident. During the teenager's trial, a witness comes forward to testify that the shooting was intentional. Soon after hearing the testimony, the defendant's father changes his initial statement and confesses to the crime. Convinced that the teenager's father is lying to protect his son from prosecution, Annabeth digs deeper and stumbles upon a secret the boys were keeping which may have been the motive for the shooting.
Friday, May 12th, 2006
s1e21: David and Goliath
When a professional baseball player goes on trial for the murder of his mistress, Annabeth has to go up against a high-powered celebrity defense lawyer.
Friday, May 19th, 2006
s1e22: Hot Grrrl
Annabeth prosecutes two teenagers for the murder of a man they claim was an online sexual predator. However, the more she investigates the more the teenagers' story falls apart. And at home, she and Jack make plans to go on vacation, not knowing that their lives will soon change.
Friday, September 22nd, 2006
As Annnabeth is still being challenged with the changes of being a single mother after her husband's death, she also has to adjust to a lot of changes at her job. A new DA has come to work with Annabeth and their first case involves the multiple homicides of a family. New ADA James Conlon (David James Elliot) and Annabeth work together to bring justice and find new ways to draw a confession out of the suspects. Lastly, Annabeth tries to smooth over the animosities between Ed Williams (Cress Williams), a tough no-nonsense cop, and Ray Blackwell (Jon Seda), Conlon's right hand man from New York who transferred to Indianapolis to work with him.
Friday, September 29th, 2006
s2e2: House Divided
Annabeth prosecutes a woman who claims that she killed her husband in self defense.
Friday, October 6th, 2006
s2e3: Truly, Madly, Deeply
Annabeth's case involves herself prosecuting a man who is being convicted of drugging and raping a teenage girl next door to his house. At first it seems like an open-and-shut case. Annabeth soon discovers there is more to story with the suspect's wife and that the couple may be hiding a dark secret.
Friday, October 13th, 2006
Annabeth prosecutes a drug addict for the murder of a young woman, when evidence that a dormant serial killer may be the actual suspect surface.
Friday, October 20th, 2006
The team investigate the murder of a prominent buisnessman's wife and discover that her husband and father-in-law were involved in her death.
Friday, October 27th, 2006
Two football players are charged with a teammate's murder.
Friday, November 3rd, 2006
s2e7: Silent Auction
The team investigates a man's murder during a function at his kids school. Further investigations reveal a secret affair between the victim and another woman.
Friday, November 10th, 2006
s2e8: There's Something About Martha
A minister's wife and secretary are possible suspects when he is found dead in his home; when the team discovers that the church's building fund is missing, they realize the case is about greed
Friday, November 17th, 2006
s2e9: Shoot to Kill
Annabeth prosecutes a man for the murder of his co-worker. The case gets complicated when his sons fingerprints are also found on the murder weapon.
Friday, November 24th, 2006
s2e10: A Father's Story
A courthouse shooting results in one lawyer dead and another, Annabeth's friend Doug Hellman, badly wounded. The shooter, a man looking for justice for his murdered daugher, is looked at as a sympathetic victim. His lawyer tries to transfer blame to the prosecutor's office for mishandling the orignal case that led to his daughter's killer going free.
Friday, December 15th, 2006
s2e11: Prodigal Son
A woman is killed the night she gets engaged and the suspect is her excessively obsessed uncle, a recovering alcoholic who was discovered drunk near the scene of the crime. The defense team pleads insanity, but Annabeth feels that she has a solid case when she makes a discovery of another crime the man committed that has the same characteristics that demonstrates his unstableness.
Friday, January 5th, 2007
s2e12: Road Rage
Annabeth prosecutes an English Professor after he kills another man during a road rage incident. Meanwhile, Maureen appeals the vehicular homicide ruling for the drunk driver who killed Annabeth's husband.
Friday, January 12th, 2007
s2e13: Getting In
A woman dies during a little plastic-surgery operation, and her husband asserts it was murder and not a chance event. Annabeth is unwilling to take the case, but the evidence displays there was a troubled past between the victim and the doctor that offered ample motive.
Friday, February 9th, 2007
s2e14: Hoosier Hold `Em
Annabeth prosecutes a college student for a bank robbery, who did it to fund a gambling dependency. However, the case takes an peculiar turn when the young man is discovered dead.
Friday, February 16th, 2007
A surrogate mother is found dead in her home and the baby's biological mother is arrested for her murder.
Friday, February 23rd, 2007
s2e16: Internet Bride
The Dean of a prep school is suspected of killing his wife, and attempting to make it look like a suicide. The prosecutor's office and public defenders compete over a basketball game.
Friday, March 9th, 2007
Annabeth and Conlon disagree on whether to seek the death penalty or not for a developmentally disabled defendant who is charged with killing a respected judge.
Friday, March 30th, 2007
s2e18: Making Amends
Annabeth appeals to have the statue of limitations for be increased, after a raptist confesses to a woman that he raped her 11 years ago.
Friday, April 6th, 2007
s2e19: Maternal Instinct
Annabeth prosecutes a man suspected of murdering his father but when the supposed killer's mother recants her first assertion that her son assaulted her and killed his dad, the case falters.
Friday, April 27th, 2007
s2e20: Drink the Cup
The team uncovers a group of dirty cops while prosecuting a drug dealer for murder.
Friday, May 4th, 2007
s2e21: Fall From Grace
Annabeth tries to re-prosecute a dirty cop for murder, after a witness in his previous case is found dead.
Friday, May 11th, 2007
s2e22: Eminent Domain
While the case against the corrupt police officers continue, someone in the D.A's office is murdered.