The tragic shooting death of a young girl leads investigators to a little boy. They soon realize that the gun used has been used in another crime scene.
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ADA Cabot goes to her boss to talk about Elias, while there he says that he assigned "Machete's" trial to McCoy. Cabot's boss is Chief Assistant District Attorney Charlie Phillips, as his title indicates he is one of the bureau chiefs, meaning his is in charge of the bureau of the DA's office in charge of prosecuting sex crimes, there are actually a number of bureau chiefs in the DA's office. McCoy however is the Executive Assistant District Attorney, of which there is only one, he is the highest ranking ADA in the office and is the District Attorney's second in command. Which means McCoy outranks Phillips, and everyone else in the office, except for DA Arthur Branch. So Phillips would not be assigning cases to McCoy, but rather the other way around. See more
Elliot, you're searching for a way to make him a victim. The only victim here is a dead little girl.