John Savage as Farrell makes this episode happen. The whole episode is geared towards one of the best finales of this show. Full of fear, emotion and guilt, the feeling of resonance is as much as it can get for 45mins.
The subject matter will get you interested and feeling sympathy for the victim. AS it is naturally contrived it works twice as much to do so and you will go through the episode with a real desire to see justice done.
Locations are barely above avg., with really the hospital room where the lady in vegetative state is, the only place that that is truly needed to set the scene for the plot and help crank up emotional levels.
That said the story is fairly benign, if it werent for Savage's and DeOnofrio's onscreen duel would probably be a 6.? mark.
Still for me a very watchable episode.