When a legendary downtown art supply store burns down and the body of the owner’s son is found in the rubble, an investigation is launched into suspected arson. Danny takes Erin’s advice to follow the money.
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Danny’s world is rocked by an investigation that is opened into his shooting of the unarmed serial killer, Thomas Wilder.
Danny and Baez respond to a traumatized young woman who claims that she was held hostage and sexually assaulted in her apartment by her boyfriend.
One evening, Gormley goes outside his home in Bensonhurst to tell a gang of kids, drinking beer and making a racket, to keep it down. But instead they turn on him and beat him senseless.
Danny arrives at a crime scene and finds a woman dead from a stray bullet that was the result of a shootout in front of her home between two warring gangs.
A prominent Latina community organizer is arrested at a workers’ rights protest and charged with “inciting a riot” and “felony vandalism.”
When a young woman collapses on the steps of the precinct, Danny and Baez investigate what initially looks like a simple drug overdose case, but turns out to be a homicide.
When Erin enlists Anthony’s help to gather more evidence in a case, Danny, the original detective on the case, gets upset that someone else is questioning his investigation, but Erin forces them to put their egos aside and work together.
Emily Harrison, who was raped by Brandon Mitchell (from "The Price of Justice"), visits Danny and Baez to tell them she is concerned Brandon will do the same thing to his new girlfriend.
Frank is faced with a moral and professional dilemma when a priest comes to him and reveals he has knowledge about a missing teenage girl but cannot share that information because he is bound by the Seal of the Confessional.
Reverend Darnell Potter, Frank’s most outspoken critic in the African American community, learns that his young son was killed by gunfire on his way home from a video store on the Lower East Side.
Jamie and Eddie respond to a trespassing call on the Upper East Side and are surprised to find a young couple who explain they are there to see the biological son they gave up for adoption.
When a legendary downtown art supply store burns down and the body of the owner’s son is found in the rubble, an investigation is launched into suspected arson. Danny takes Erin's advice to follow the money.
Danny and Baez are caught in a precarious diplomatic situation when they are called to the hospital for a domestic abuse report. Due to diplomatic immunity, the suspect, a Moroccan diplomat, cannot be charged with abuse.
Danny and Baez investigate the murder of a gangbanger by a rival gang, but they soon discover that a parole officer is involved in a romantic relationship with one of the accused shooters and is covering up the crime.
Danny and Baez investigate the murder of a John Doe. After exhausting different possibilities of identifying him, they get a match in the system. Lee Bukowski was convicted of a DWI after murdering a mother and her child behind the wheel.
Frank faces a public relations nightmare when lawyer Gerry Guerrero's client is wrongfully arrested and Guerrero demands that NYPD officers' disciplinary records be made public.
Jamie asks Danny to look into a suspicious death of a woman that died of anaphylactic shock even after using her epi-pen when he finds out that her EMT husband was having an affair with his partner who may have swapped out her drugs.
Danny drives ex-NYPD Ellen Boxer home from a bar, where she planned to meet her former partner Steve to discuss Cerise Parrish, who they wrongfully convicted of murder.
Erin is prosecuting psychologist Raymond Weber for the murder of his patient, Kyle Beutel who is being represented by her ex-husband Jack Boyle. She has the murder weapon with Weber’s fingerprints and his confession.
After the son of one of the mayor’s major contributors is involved with a bar fight, the mayor intervenes and gets him off easy (out of jail without bail).
Jamie and Eddie arrest a Muslim and a Christian man who get into an altercation in a bagel shop and want to press charges.
When the notoriously violent Sangriento drug cartel floods the streets of New York with deadly heroin and fentanyl, Danny and Baez are assigned to the joint narcotics task force created to take it down.