Detectives Briscoe and Logan investigate the murder of Bill Prescott an accountant with a major New York firm. He was shot just outside of his in-laws home as he was arriving for a party. They're able to rule out a mugging as no one took his wallet. Prescott was in the process of negotiating with a union over downsizing at a failing airline. That goes nowhere but ballistics give them enough information on the gun to lead them to Tom Harrigan, a subway worker whose son was recently expelled from a posh private school where Prescott served on the board of governors. Harrigan confesses to the killing but ADA McCoy isn't certain they have the right person behind bars.
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When we served the school with the subpeona, he's the one who assured us of their full cooperation.
Instead, the school circled the limos to keep the Barclay name out of it.
This isn't stink bombs in the boy's room Adam, they hindered prosecution of an A felony.
Now I'm very shocked.