McCoy and his new partner, D.A. Jamie Ross, handle a difficult case involving a carjacking and murder.
The detectives investigate a case involving a woman who was killed for her identity by her own sister.
A young woman of Italian descent changes her story when her fingerprints turn up at the apartment of a murdered black college student.
In a twisting, turning whodunit, Briscoe and Curtis (Jerry Orbach, Benjamin Bratt) investigate the murder of a rare-coin dealer. With Sam Waterston, Carey Lowell, S. Epatha Merkerson and Steven Hill.
A crooked cop testifies against Briscoe after the detectives are involved in a botched drug-bust leading to a drug-dealer's death.
A mentally ill college student participating in experimental drug research becomes a suspect in a janitor's murder.
Briscoe and Curtis investigate the murder of an underhanded used-car salesman who was wanted for unpaid child support.
Briscoe and Curtis become embroiled in a bitter case of family rivalry when they investigate the murder of a wealthy department store owner's son-in-law.
The FBI intervenes in the detectives' investigation of the attempted murder of an African-American Congress leader.
The assassination attempt on a family man forces detectives to reopen a 5-year-old case once ruled accidental.
The detectives seek evidence to prove an apparent suicide is really a murder linked to an insurance scam.
A case of mistaken identity results in the murders of two women; tensions arise between McCoy and Ross when a hunch helps McCoy nab a loan shark.
Several suspects stand to gain from the untimely death of a very young woman's wealthy elderly husband.
Evidence in a former police officer's murder leads to a suburban housewife represented by women's rights attorney Lanie Stieglitz.
The detectives' murder case involving a high-powered studio executive leads them to Hollywood; back East, Ross learns the suspect has hired her ex-husband.
The murder victim's ex-husband enters rehab just as police are about to arrest him; McCoy butts heads with a judge in Los Angeles.
Law clerks discover a tape that incriminates a new suspect; Ross tricks her ex-husband into discussing a plea.
McCoy tries to return a parolee to prison when he believes the serial rapist committed a murder after his early release.
McCoy tries to sidestep a plea bargain he made with a dangerous suspect in order to see justice done.
After being a suspect himself, a key witness becomes uncooperative with prosecutors when his wedding is ruined by his arrest.
McCoy and Ross must sort it out when the death of an editor points to a scorned girlfriend but might be a cover-up.
The death of a former cover girl leads detectives to unearth secrets the woman was desperately trying to hide.
Probing an anti-Semitic shooting spree at a posh fund-raiser, Briscoe and Curtis unearth more-personal motives.