When a pregnant woman is found murdered and her baby cut out of her, the State's Attorney's Investigators race to find the baby and the killer. The case is complicated when it's revealed that the killer's DNA matches that of her father: a convicted serial killer already in prison. Both killers then attempt to use the DNA evidence as their ticket to freedom.
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While Peter Stone is cross-examining convicted murderer Zachariah, Zachariah brings up the fact that Peter Stone ended up following in the footsteps of his father by becoming a district attorney. When Peter Stone answers, he calls Zachariah "sir" at the end of a sentence that is critical of Zachariah. This is a direct reference to the character Ben Stone from Law & Order (Peter Stone's father); Ben Stone often called male witnesses "sir" when questioning them harshly. This is the first time in Chicago Justice that Peter Stone called someone "sir" in this way, and it may be unintentional on Peter's part, although it proves the deeper point that father and son are more similar than Peter would believe. See more
They're designing babies. Blue eyes, male, six feet, that can hit a ball harder... why *not* a five foot two killer?
References Chicago Fire