- Episode Description
The death of a prostitute brings back memories for Rusty. Major Crimes learns the killer may have done much more. How they solve the case causes problems for the judge.
- Cast & Crew
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- Trivia & Quotes
Judge Grove: It's nice to confirm that I was right, and manslaughter was not the proper plea.
Rios: I disagree, your Honor. Because you held up our original deal, a man lost his life.
Judge Grove: You're referring to this Cory Stark guy, who drove the car from which his own girlfriend was pushed? Hold on. I'll get you a hanky.
Rios: Your Honor, may I speak frankly, off the record?
Judge Grove: Knock yourself out.
Rios: As far as I'm concerned, the failure to give Mr. Goss a deal led directly to the execution of another person. And that is not how the justice system is supposed to work.
Judge Grove: It is in my courtroom. And anyway, we're adjourned.
Raydor: Your Honor, we believe that Jason Goss is part of a larger criminal enterprise, and we may be--
Judge Grove: You believe? And do you have evidence to support that belief?
Rios: We aren't taking him at his word, your Honor.
Raydor: If he doesn't provide us with the promised information, of course his deal goes away.
Judge Grove: And then does that 19-year-old girl return to life? Why isn't Goss facing the death penalty?
Tao: Despite having DNA that links the defendant to the crime, we may not have the material evidence to secure a murder conviction with special circumstances.
Judge Grove: So I'm supposed to accept this plea because you guys haven't done your job? No way... You want manslaughter, you come back with answers to all my questions. And don't even think about shopping for another judge, or you'll find out what I'm like when I'm really mad.
Original International Airdates:
Finland: May 14, 2014 on MTV3