A delivery man's route leads detectives to his killers; prosecutors try to strike a deal when a confession is protected in the name of religion.
The detectives follow the trail of a stolen credit card to locate two teens they suspect may have killed their newborn baby.
Briscoe and Curtis crack a killing ring during the investigation of a Navy officer's murder; McCoy and Ross fight for prosecution authority.
Prosecutors question a gunman's culpability when a medical report on the victim of a drive-by shooting raises suspicions about a doctor.
A deadly robbery leads to a suburban militia; McCoy questions his safety when he faces the group leader in court.
A teen model's death leads Briscoe and Curtis to her parents in Baltimore; there they enlist detectives Munch and Falsone. (Concluding on "Homicide: Life on the Street.")
Briscoe and Curtis investigate a new mother's death and the disappearance of her baby, leading prosecutors to probe the husband's role in the affair.
A bail bondsman's death leads detectives to a corrupt lawyer with a connection to the district attorney's office.
A killer's confession prompts detectives to reopen a deadly arson case involving a family with ties to Schiff.
A visiting doctor, thought to be a terrorist, becomes a suspect in the death of an Egyptian man; Ross learns the doctor specializes in female circumcision.
An accident that kills three people hits close to home for Curtis and brings back painful memories for McCoy.
A forensic specialist is targeted by killers, challenging Briscoe and Curtis to find a suspect; McCoy and Ross turn up evidence on the victim.
Detectives search for the killer of a physician who had a dangerous sex life; an attorney maintains murders are a result of too much television.
Detectives seek a motive for a man's brutal beating; Ross uncovers an unlikely accomplice in the assault case.
The detectives link a dead FBI witness to an overeager hit man and a gangster; Schiff pushes to prosecute the mob for the murder.
The stabbing death of a psychologist draws Detectives Briscoe and Curtis into a heated divorce case and pits McCoy and Ross against a manipulative attorney.
A girl's death at a party provides a puzzle for Briscoe and Curtis; McCoy and Ross work around the margins of law.
Detectives try to find out what happened to a woman who was found unconscious at the bottom of her apartment stairs.
McCoy and Ross must negotiate with an informant to get information about a missing couple and the main suspect in the disappearance.
The death of a disabled teenage boy raises questions about whether a suspected killer was motivated by mercy or something more sinister.
Schiff's re-election may hinge on the stabbing death of a police officer; Briscoe's daughter is arrested for dealing drugs.
Detectives Briscoe and Curtis take on a double shooting case; McCoy and Ross prosecute the alleged gang rape of a girl with disabilities.
When a well-known law professor is killed while being chased by a tabloid journalist, the victim's husband tries to keep family secrets out of the press.
Opponents of Adam Schiff question the handling of a sexual-assault case by the police and the D.A.'s office.