Mugging investigation leads to city corruption.
An emergency room death brings the hospital's chief of medicine under suspicion of negligence.
A subway shooting raises the issue of self-defense vs. provocation.
A routine robbery/homicide turns out to be the mercy killings of AIDS victims.
Lack of evidence may free an Ivy Leaguer accused of his girlfriend's murder.
Stone's legal somersaulting turns murder conspirators into adversaries in the courtroom.
The investigation of a death unearths a prostitution ring run by a society woman.
Greevey and Logan uncover an ugly twist in the shooting of a black Ivy Leaguer by a white cop.
Stone traps a crooked lawyer accused of fatally beating a child.
The death of an artist is linked to the Commissioner of Cultural Affairs and a wealthy art patron.
A media circus surrounds a girl who accuses a group of policemen of rape.
An abortion opponent killed in a clinic bombing was actually there to have an abortion.
Stone discovers that a slain police officer was linked to a murder.
When Stone must dismiss a gang rape case, the detectives reinvestigate.
A bribery charge against a mob family member gives Stone a chance for revenge.
Stone sees the opportunity to bring down a crime family in an assault investigation.
The investigation of the shootings of two children unearths a 14-year-old suspected hit man.
The probe of a felon's murder is hobbled by a cover-up to protect the killer.
Logan doubts the guilt of two teens, prime suspects in the shooting deaths of their parents.
Violence erupts during the transport of three federal prisoners to a courthouse.
A wealthy man goes to desperate measures to procure a kidney for his daughter.
While Greevey and Logan probe corruption, Cragan looks more and more guilty.