Wouldn't most people spend $150 on a motion activated webcam and have a friend monitor it for them? I liked everything about this episode except the glaring ease with which the perp could have detected immediately. How about putting an un-uniformed officer INSIDE her apartment overnight?
The acting was good, the subplot was great, not too much fake angry arguing. It just wasn't good enough for me to overcome the really obvious logic shortcomings.
After a couple of years, you do wonder when the police and district attorney will start to take her more seriously, but that would remove the easy obvious built in 'drama', I suppose.