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Après qu’un homme à capuche ouvre le feu sur leur voiture de patrouille, Roman est blessé et Burgess prend en chasse le tireur. Elle le perd brièvement de vue et tire sur quelqu’un en apercevant une quelque chose dans la main d’un homme. Malheureusement, aucune arme n’est retrouvée sur la scène de crime et le tireur est identifié comme un étudiant de 17 ans qui ne sera plus capable de marcher suite à ses blessures. Les protestations commencent quand la population considère le cas comme une autre bavure d'un agent de police qui tire sur un adolescent non armé et afro-américain.
L’adjoint du procureur Peter Stone, le même homme qui a envoyé Voight en prison il y a quelques années, a été affecté pour défendre Burgess et mener sa propre enquête sous la supervision du procureur Mark Jefferies. Stone et son équipe ont besoin de recueillir suffisamment de preuves pour inculper l'adolescent et innocenter Burgess, mais ils doivent agir avec précaution sur ce type d’affaire qui provoques de fortes tensions avec la population.

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Titre VO
Justice

Titre VF
Au-dessus des lois

Première diffusion
11.05.2016

Première diffusion en France
23.02.2017

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Vidéo Promo 321 : Justice

Vidéo Promo 321 : Justice

  

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France (inédit)
Jeudi 23.02.2017 à 01:05

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Mercredi 11.05.2016 à 22:00
6.75m / 1.4% (18-49)

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Scénario : Dick Wolf
Réalisation :
 Jean de Segonzac

Guest Starring : Peter Stone (Philip Winchester), Mark Jefferies (Carl Weathers), Nazneen Contractor (Dawn Harper), Joelle Carter (Dawn Harper), Ryan-James Hatanaka (Daren Okada), Taylor Kinney (pompier Kelly Severide), Steven R. McQueen (ambulancier Jimmy Borrelli), Kara Kilmer (ambulancière Sylvie Brett), Colin Donnell (Dr Rhodes), Brian Tee (Dr Choi), Marlyne Barrett (Maggie), Samuel Hunt (Mouse)

Patrol car
Roman: So how was your night last night? Do anything special?
Burgess: Yeah, it was amazing.
Roman: It was?
Burgess: So, I mean, what do we do now?
Roman: How about we keep it undefined? For now.
Burgess: Okay… Hey, as long as you come over tonight, okay?
Roman: Uh, what time?
Burgess: Sean!
Gunshots
Burgess: Sean!
Roman: Go! Go! Go get him!
Street
Burgess: Stop! Police!
Gunshots
Burgess: Police! Don't move! Police!
Gunshots
Burgess: Stay down!
Michael Ellis: You shot me.
Burgess: Don't you move!
Michael Ellis: You shot me!
Burgess: Don't you move!
Michael Ellis: You shot me! You shot me!
Burgess: Stay down!
Michael Ellis: You shot me! Why you shot me for?
Burgess: Yeah, I shot you!
Michael Ellis: I didn't do anything!
Burgess: You shot my partner!
Michael Ellis: I didn't do anything!
Burgess: You mother... What the hell did you do? What the hell did you do?
Michael Ellis: You shot me!
Burgess: What is your problem? Stay down!
Michael Ellis: What are you doing? I didn't do anything!

Burgess: Sean! I repeat, officer and offender down! Roll two ambulances to 580 West Cermak! My partner's been shot. Offender's been shot. Sean, are you okay? Sean! Are you hit anywhere else? Sean, please talk to me! Just show me! Please don't die! Please don't die! Sean!
Later
Voight: How many shots?
Burgess: Four? Maybe five. And then Roman, he screams at me to go.
Voight: He said that?
Burgess: Yes. So I chased that little prick to that corner, he fires at me two more times. I tell him to stop and then he turns, looks over his shoulder, something silver in his hand, so I fired.
Lindsay: You kept sight on him the whole time?
Burgess: No, not when he rounded the corner… But I only had my eye off him for a few seconds, it's the same kid.
Voight: You get a look at him as he approached the car?
Burgess: Maybe a glimpse. Mostly just arm and torso, gun and muzzle flashes. Silver gun, it looked like a .9.
Olinsky: Did you see where the asswipe tossed the piece?
Burgess: What?
Olinsky: Can't find it.
Ruzek: You all right?
Burgess: Yes. How is Sean?
Atwater: He lost a lot of blood.
Halstead: Marine Unit is en route to find the gun. You hit him twice from 40 yards away in low light? Nice job.
Voight: Kim. Kim, come here. You got to put a statement together. Okay? List everything that happened. Be definitive. Keep your feelings out of it. Everything you say will be carved in stone.
Burgess: I want to get to Med.
Voight: After.
Chicago Med
Paramedic: 17-year-old male. Multiple GSWs. One in the lower flank, one in the left thigh. No exit wounds. GCS 15, BP 166/72. Heart rate 128.
Maggie Lockwood: All right. Dr. Choi, you're going to Baghdad.
Ethan Choi: Got it!
Maggie Lockwood: Talk to me, incoming!
Sylvie Bret: 27-year-old police officer. Gunshot wound to the right neck, left back, arm, and hand. GCS 15, BPs 94/60. Heart rates 122.
Maggie Lockwood: All right, rotate. We're going to Trauma 2.
Officer: No, no, he goes with Choi!
Maggie Lockwood: Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey!
Officer: He goes with Choi!
Maggie Lockwood: Everyone shut up!
Officer: Maggie, come on!
Maggie Lockwood: Go into Trauma 2!
Connor Rhodes: Everybody block out the noise. Let's get to work.
Maggie Lockwood: And every police officer clear into the waiting room now! Move! Move! Move! Get out of my ER!
Intelligence office
Dawson: Michael Vance Ellis. 17. No priors. Father, John Ellis, is a plumber, mother, Cecily Ellis, works at a bank. We're running their address for any historical in-service calls.
Ruzek: Roman and Ellis are both in surgery at Med. Ellis' parents are there.
Voight: You got surveillance footage?
Mouse: Yeah. I'm uploading the POD footage right here.
Ruzek: It's unreal.
Atwater: Just like Philadelphia.
Voight: That your statement?
Burgess: Yeah.
Voight: Come on. All right, you're gonna go into my office, I'm gonna close the door, and I need you to memorize this. Every word.
Olinsky: Marine Unit says no gun yet.
Voight: Great.
Platt: Hank?
Voight: Yeah.
Platt: Assistant State's Attorney is downstairs.
Voight: Who'd we get?
Platt: Peter Stone.
Atwater: What was that about?
Dawson: Stone's the guy who sent him to prison.
21 entrance
Voight: Peter.
Peter Stone: Hank… Officer Roman's in ICU?
Voight: That's right.
Peter Stone: And Officer Burgess? How's she holding up?
Voight: As well as can be expected.
Peter Stone: What kind of a cop is she?
Voight: A plus.
Peter Stone: I'm gonna need the General Progress Reports from the incident... Plus any CRs on both Officers Roman and Burgess.
Voight: They're active cops, they're gonna have complaint reports.
Peter Stone: Yeah, I get it. We have 42 hours to either charge or release Mr. Ellis.
Voight: Yeah, I'm aware… Feed you the info as I get it.
Peter Stone: I appreciate that, but because of the profile of the incident, we'll be doing a parallel and independent investigation. My people are already talking to the victim.
Voight: This is a clean shoot, Peter.
Peter Stone: I sure hope so. You get me those reports ASAP.
Chicago Med
Halstead: Mr. and Mrs. Ellis? I'm Detective Halstead, this is Detective Lindsay.
Mrs. Ellis: They're saying Michael shot the police.
Halstead: Yeah, he did.
Mr. Ellis: That couldn't happen. It just couldn't.
Lindsay: That's what we're here to figure out. Does your son have access to a gun?
Mr. Ellis: No! No knife, no gun, no nothing. Not in my house.
Mrs. Ellis: You have to believe us. Michael doesn't have a mean bone in his body. He's a Chicago Scholar. He's on the Honour Roll.
Mr. Ellis: There's no way he could've done this.
Mrs. Ellis: My son didn't do this! He didn't do this.
Locker room
Ruzek: It's okay… I'm sorry.
Burgess: I'm all over the news.
Ruzek: Yeah, I know… Kim... I know you and I ended pretty rough, but, hey... I still care about you a lot and... If you need anything at all... I'm here. I got your back… Okay?
Michael Ellis’s room
Lori Nagle: Tell us what happened, Michael.
Michael Ellis: This guy ran around a corner. Fired a gun a couple of times then ducked off into a building like 20 feet from me. I started to run 'cause this kid was shooting and I didn't know what was going on. Next thing I know, I hear this woman's voice yelling so I turned and ran. Then it felt like I got punched hard in the back… That's all I remember… Now they telling me I might never walk again.
Mrs. Ellis: Oh, God. My baby.
Lori Nagle: Michael, did you have a gun?
Michael Ellis: No.
Daren Okada: What were you doing down by the water?
Michael Ellis: I was just going for a walk. This girl I've been seeing, she broke up with me. I just wanted to be alone… That lady cop... Shot the wrong guy.
Assistant State's Attorney’s office
Lori Nagle: We finished the IPR, separated by family members, known associates, neighbours, and schools. We did not find one witness who would say this kid was anything but an Eagle Scout.
Daren Okada: Gang Investigation says they don't have him affiliated with anyone. Not one gang card or disbursal on him.
Dawn Harper: Gunshot residue test on Ellis came back inconclusive, because of the water he fell into… Patel. Yes, sir. Okay… Boss needs an update… He's on his way.
Mark Jefferies’s office
Mark Jefferies: No weapon. No continuous line of sight. No independent witnesses to any part of it… What do we have?
Peter Stone: Officer Burgess.
Mark Jefferies: We actually have more evidence against her than Ellis.
Peter Stone: She made a positive ID.
Mark Jefferies: The single most unreliable type of ID, eyewitnesses.
Peter Stone: Oh, come on, we all know what happened that night. The other guy Ellis said was shooting? He's not on any cameras. And the building he supposedly ran into? One door, triple locked from the inside. Houdini couldn't have gotten in.
Mark Jefferies: No gun. Shot in the back… You rush to edict this kid and we get it wrong... This city's gonna explode.
Voight’s office
Peter Stone: You know what I can't figure out? Is why Ellis did it. It doesn't add up. How do you graduate from having no priors to trying to kill two cops?
Voight: We may never know.
Peter Stone: I need to know. 'Cause until I do, there's too many cracks in the case to bring charges.
Voight: Don't tell me. Don't tell me.
Peter Stone: Michael Ellis is free to go home once he's discharged from Med.
Voight: You're making a mistake.
Peter Stone: We're gonna keep investigating.
Voight: Don't blow smoke up my ass. You caved. This case is gonna get shoved in a file cabinet somewhere.
Peter Stone: That's where you're wrong. Someone's getting charged. I just don't know who yet.
21 entrance
Burgess: You called me in, Sarge?
Platt: "Officer Burgess, you have been officially relieved of your police powers and duties pending separation from this department. You no longer have the authority to carry a weapon. If you on-view any criminal acts you must call 911 and take no police action. Did you clearly and intelligently understand each and every one of these orders?"
Burgess: Yes.
Outside the 21
All: Hands up, don't shoot! Hands up, don't shoot! Hands up, don't shoot! Hands up, don't shoot! Hands up, don't shoot! Hands up, don't shoot! Hands up, don't shoot!
Protester: Another unarmed black man shot in Chicago! Shot in the back too… Tell me something, brother, you like shooting at your own people?
Atwater: Really? Watch yourself, man.
Protester: What you 'gon do? You gonna shoot me or something, man? Hands up, don't shoot!
All: Hands up, don't shoot! Hands up, don't shoot!
Docks
Kelly Severide: Hey. Got here as fast as we could.
Dawson: Called in some more hands.
Meeting room
Dawn Harper: The incident took place at 580 West Cermak street?
Burgess: Correct.
Dawn Harper: Isn't that... Three blocks off your assigned beat?
Burgess: We went on the zone, told dispatch we were going down on a personal.
Peter Stone: Officer Burgess, did you notice anyone else walking around the area before the shooting?
Burgess: No. It's all in my report.
Street
Lindsay: So how long had you been going out with Michael Ellis?
Penny Coker: Few months.
Lindsay: But you're not together anymore?
Penny Coker: No, ma'am.
Halstead: Why'd you guys break up?
Penny Coker: I told him we needed to slow it down. I didn't mean for him to take it that way.
Halstead: What way?
Penny Coker: Like we were over. I told him that.
Food shop
Lori Nagle: You and Michael Ellis worked together, right?
Kelton: Yeah.
Lori Nagle: What kind of kid is he?
Kelton: I don't know.
Lori Nagle: We're not here about a stolen purse, Mr. Kelton, a police officer was shot. If you have information, you need to tell us.
Kelton: Wish I could help.
Daren Okada: Have you ever been in jail, Mr. Kelton?
Kelton: Juvie. Nothing since.
Daren Okada: You want to go back?
Kelton: For what?
Daren Okada: It's called hindering a prosecution. Three to five.
Kelton: Okay… On Friday, Mike was all agitated. And then he just started ranting about... About Chicago cops.
Lori Nagle: What about Chicago cops?
Kelton: Said they were out of control. That no one ever did anything about it.
Intelligence office
Ruzek: Well, I got something… Michael Ellis, his Instagram account, he deleted it a day before the shooting.
Voight: Right.
Ruzek: I pulled this off the girlfriend's account… Honour student my ass.
21 entrance
All: Hands up, don't shoot! Hands up, don't shoot!
Platt: Get out front and set a parameter with the blue horses, and, remember, everyone has a camera phone and they're all looking to get on CNN. Go… Hank?
Voight: Yeah?
Platt: Just got a call from a guy who lives in the building near where Ellis got shot. He says he has video.
Office
Cade: Yeah?
Olinsky: Atwater, Olinsky. CPD.
Cade: Okay, great, so here's the deal. Uh, some other cops came by the night after that kid got shot. I said I wasn't home that night, so I didn't see anything, but I've got a security camera in my window pointing down on the street because my car was broken into.
Atwater: Which you just forgot about?
Cade: Honestly, slipped my mind. Until this morning when my computer asked me if I wanted to delete some footage. It's set to do that once a month.
Atwater: All right, how about we look at the video?
Cade: My buddy said I could sell this for major cash.
Olinsky: You want to obstruct an active investigation?
Cade: Got it.
Chicago Med
Peter Stone: Stone.
Intelligence office
Peter Stone: That's our gun.
Voight: Hell yes, that's our gun.
Dawn Harper: Where'd this come from?
Olinsky: Private security camera overlooking the waterfront.
Peter Stone: Good.
Near the river
Kelly Severide: We just brought this up. Found it 20 feet out.
Near the court
Mark Jefferies: After conducting an independent, thorough investigation of all the evidence at this time we announce the indictment of Michael Ellis... For the attempted murder of Officer Sean Roman and Officer Kim Burgess on April the 11th, 2016.
Peter Stone: Let's go. Come on.
Roman’s home
Roman: Union take care of you?
Burgess: Yeah. The department put me in an administrative spot. Platt says it's like a time out.
Lindsay: It's full pay. Union stepped up.
Burgess: I got the right guy. He had white Nikes on, okay? And when I got out of the car and I started running, I saw how white they were against the street. Just... That just hit me last night in bed. That Michael Ellis, he had them on too.
Roman: Kim... That guy tried to kill us. You chased him down, you dropped his ass. I don't care what anybody else is saying, this is coming from your partner. You saved the lives of who knows how many other cops out there, that son of a bitch gotten away. You did the right thing.
Burgess: Okay.
Street
Peter Stone: Thank you very much… Shambala.
Shambala Green: Peter.
Peter Stone: How's Ted?
Shambala Green: He's retiring next month.
Peter Stone: That's great!
Shambala Green: No, it's not. I want that man working. I am not going down to a one-income family.
Peter Stone: That Cartier you wear tells me otherwise.
Shambala Green: It's a fake, don't tell anyone.
Peter Stone: Yeah, right.
Shambala Green: So what's the offer, huh? Whenever you have an offer you meet me at this roach coach.
Peter Stone: Did you ever hear the story of the unluckiest man in the world? It's a story about a kid who poses on Instagram with a silver Beretta, who wears the exact same clothes as a cop shooter, and then gets caught on video tossing said gun into the river.
Shambala Green: Do you read the papers? We all love Michael.
Peter Stone: He loses at trial, he could get 80.
Shambala Green: That kid is not getting convicted by a jury in this city. Maybe two years ago… Not today.
Mark Jefferies’s office
Mark Jefferies: Why are we no further on motive? Ellis told his co-worker he had it out for cops and that's it?
Dawn Harper: Sir, State doesn't need...
Mark Jefferies: And don't tell me the state only has to prove the act not the reason. I've never seen one jury come back guilty when we don't show motive. People want to know why. It's got to make sense. Kid doesn't shoot into a cop car just for the hell of it.
Lori Nagle: Enhanced POD video is finally back.
Peter Stone: And please tell me we can see Ellis' face.
Lori Nagle: Not quite.
Assistant State's Attorney’s office
Mark Jefferies: Are you kidding me?
Meeting room
Peter Stone: How long have you been screwing your partner?
Burgess: Where'd you hear that? I don't know what... I don't know what that has to do with someone attacking us.
Peter Stone: Allow me to answer that question as Ms. Green will. When you shot Michael Ellis, were you thinking with your head or your crotch?
Burgess: We were fired on! We were!
Peter Stone: Officer Burgess... I am devoting a lot of our resources to essentially defend you. Which I am ready to do... But I need to know... Are there anymore trap doors out there waiting for us?
Burgess: No. I reacted as I was trained.
Peter Stone: Okay.
Court
Man: We love you, Michael!
Judge Lurman: All right, quiet. Quiet! Quiet! Quiet! I know this is an emotional time for all of us. But this court must have a level of decorum and respect for all sides… Please be seated.

Peter Stone: Mr. Royal, would you please state for the court what you do?
Dean Royal: I'm a firearms examiner for the Illinois State Police.
Peter Stone: Do you recognize this weapon?
Dean Royal: Yes, it's a stainless steel Beretta 92.
Peter Stone: And you did the ballistics testing on this gun, People's exhibit 10?
Dean Royal: I did. The fired evidence from the crime scene came from this gun.
Peter Stone: So this gun, found in the river, is the same gun that shot Officer Roman?
Dean Royal: Correct.
Peter Stone: Hmm… Can you determine from this photo, people's exhibit 11, the make of the gun Michael Ellis is holding here?
Dean Royal: That is stainless steel Beretta 92.
Peter Stone: A stainless steel Beretta 92… No more questions.
Shambala Green: As you sit here today, Mr. Royal, can you testify that you know that the gun Mr. Ellis is indeed holding in this photo is the same gun that was used in the crime?
Dean Royal: No, I cannot.
Shambala Green: No further questions.

Joey Cruz: I found the gun in, probably, a foot of silt right there.
Peter Stone: Mm-hmm. Parallel from where Michael Ellis fell in this diagram, People's exhibit 23?
Joey Cruz: Yes.
Peter Stone: And how far out from the shore did you find the gun?
Joey Cruz: About 20 feet?
Peter Stone: Throwing distance?
Shambala Green: Objection.
Judge Lurman: Sustained.
Peter Stone: No further questions.

Shambala Green: You testified earlier that you had the camera installed because your car had been broken into?
Cade: That's right.
Shambala Green: Did you catch the perpetrators?
Cade: Chicago PD did, yes.
Shambala Green: The two men who broke into your car, they were African-American, correct?
Peter Stone: Objection. Irrelevant and immaterial.
Judge Lurman: Sustained.
Shambala Green: Mr. Cade, what do you do for a living?
Cade: I'm a graphic designer.
Shambala Green: So you create images in your computer?
Cade: Yes.
Shambala Green: You also manipulate images in a computer?
Cade: I guess.
Shambala Green: Have you ever manipulated video in a computer?
Cade: Well, not this one.
Shambala Green: That's not what I asked you. Have you ever manipulated video in a computer?
Cade: Yes.
Shambala Green: Okay, I'd like to direct your attention to... To the monitor, please. Is this the video caught by your security camera?
Cade: Yes… Wait, there's no gun!
Peter Stone: Objection, that's not the video entered into evidence.
Judge Lurman: Sustained.
Shambala Green: That's because it's a fake. I had a graphic designer remove the silver flash just to prove how easy it is to manipulate video. It took less than an hour…
Peter Stone: This is completely improper and she knows it.
Judge Lurman: Ms. Green, not only am I gonna sustain the objection, but I'm also going to instruct the jury to ignore what they've just seen as it's a violation of the rules of evidence.
Shambala Green: My apologies to the court. No further questions.
Mark Jefferies’s office
Mark Jefferies: Find a way to shut this down.
Peter Stone: If we do that, we might as well shut down the office. You can't shoot the police and we know he's the shooter.
Mark Jefferies: Beyond Chicago's reasonable doubt? You do realize that I'm the black State's Attorney of Cook County?
Peter Stone: I do.
Mark Jefferies: And that as a public employee if Michael Ellis is acquitted, you come in to work the next morning, start a new case, while I, an elected official, am voted out of office come November.
Peter Stone: I'm not gonna lose.
Mark Jefferies: Don't.
Platt’s car
All: We want justice! We want justice! We want justice! We want justice!
Lindsay: Kim, remember... You keep your head up. You look the defense attorney's right in the eye.
Platt: Burgess... I'm really proud of you.
All: We want justice! We want justice! We want justice!
Voight: Ready Kim?
Burgess: Yeah.
Court
Peter Stone: What are these, Officer Burgess?
Burgess: Commendations for bravery.
Peter Stone: And why did you receive, say, this one?
Burgess: My partner and I rescued a young boy from where he was imprisoned in his basement. His own mother had held him there for years.
Peter Stone: And the other one?
Burgess: That's the Lambert Tree award. Um, I was shot in the line of duty while knocking on a door on a routine call. I took a shotgun blast to the head, neck, face, and shoulder.
Peter Stone: Shot in the line of duty and you came back to work and went back on patrol?
Burgess: Yes. As soon as I could… On the side of our squad it says, very simply, "We serve and protect." And that's why I do this job.
Peter Stone: The side of the squad car that Michael Ellis shot five bullets through?
Shambala Green: Objection.
Judge Lurman: Sustained.
Peter Stone: No further questions.
Shambala Green: Officer Burgess... How long have you and your partner, Sean Roman, been in a sexual relationship?
Burgess: Officer Roman and I had just begun to see each other.
Shambala Green: Just who were you "serving and protecting" when you were stroking your partner's neck? Would you say that your... Intimate relationship with Officer Roman clouded your judgment?
Burgess: No.
Shambala Green: Would you say that your intimate relationship with Officer Roman caused you to panic after he was shot?
Burgess: No.
Shambala Green: Would you say that your intimate relationship with Officer Roman caused you to shoot the first black man you came across? Nearly unloading your weapon...
Peter Stone: Objection!
Shambala Green: Into his back...
Peter Stone: Badgering, inflammatory, and counsel is testifying!
Judge Lurman: Sustained.
Shambala Green: I'll restate, Your Honour. Ms. Burgess, what was the man who shot your lover wearing when you first saw him?
Peter Stone: Objection. Improper characterization.
Judge Lurman: Sustained.
Shambala Green: Apologies. What was the man who shot your partner wearing?
Burgess: A dark hoodie, jeans, white Nike shoes.
Shambala Green: The same ones that are worn by 15,000 urban youth in Chicago.
Burgess: Yes, because they wear the same clothes to make it harder for police to identify them.
Shambala Green: Hard to identify? No further questions.
Stairs
Atwater: That video kicked us in the balls, huh?
Peter Stone: Yeah, dirty pool.
Atwater: We're gonna get through it, right?
Peter Stone: So where are you on all this?
Atwater: I was black before I put this badge on. I'll be black after I take it off. Bottom line is that kid shot at my friends. Might as well have shot me.
Peter Stone: But why did he? I can put him at the scene. I can put the gun in his hand and that's enough, but I still don't get why… 'Cause I look in Ellis' eyes and I see what the jury sees: someone's son. Not an attempted cop killer… What is it?
Lori Nagle: I think we got motive.
Assistant State's Attorney’s office
Daren Okada: Location of the incident is five miles away from Ellis' house. If he liked walking by the river or lake so much, why would he come here? The south branch is less than four blocks from his house.
Lori Nagle: Ellis had a wallet the night he was shot which was inventoried. Inside there was a CTA pass which he didn't use the night of the shooting, so we couldn't build a time line of where he was prior to the incident.
Daren Okada: Then we ran his CTA card for historical information. Lo and behold Ellis visited that same location of the shooting 16 times over the last four years.
Lori Nagle: So we ran everyone that was arrested in the area and then we ran victims.
Mark Jefferies: Could you just tell us what you found, please?
Voight: Dewan Motley.
Mark Jefferies: Who's Dewan Motley?
Voight: May I? He was a live-in boyfriend of one of Ellis' aunts. Basically, a whole lot went down between Dewan Motley and the CPD at this exact same location six years ago…
Hallway
Voight: I'll keep digging around. See if anyone close to Motley...
Peter Stone: No, no. Thanks for coming down and briefing us. Intelligence has to stay away at this point.
Voight: How's that?
Peter Stone: Green's running a reasonable doubt defense and she's gonna bury us if we give her anymore conflicts of interest.
Voight: You gonna be able to close on this, kid?
Peter Stone: I think you know I'm able, Sergeant.
Voight: Except when you put me away you had this, kind of, world-beater look in your eye. I'm not seeing it right now, Peter.
Peter Stone: That's because the case on you was a slam dunk.
Voight: That look.
Platt’s office
Platt: Sergeant Voight isn't here.
Peter Stone: I actually came here to talk to you.
Platt: Back here.
Peter Stone: Dewan Motley from six years ago. You were the desk sergeant on duty that night.
Platt: I was?
Peter Stone: The arresting officer, Ed Braymer, what kind of officer was he?
Platt: Old-school. Very old-school… Not my kind of cop, to be honest.
Peter Stone: Racist? Off the record.
Platt: Yeah, he was… Does this have to do with Michael Ellis?
Peter Stone: Maybe.
Platt: It doesn't change the facts of the case.
Peter Stone: I'm not talking to you as a prosecutor right now, Trudy. Nothing excuses what Michael did that night… But I think you helped me figure out what put that gun in his hand.
Court
Shambala Green: Defense calls Michael Ellis to the stand… Michael... Do you own a gun?
Michael Ellis: No, ma'am.
Shambala Green: Then why did you post a picture of yourself holding a gun?
Michael Ellis: It was stupid.
Shambala Green: Please tell us…
Michael Ellis: I was dating Penny and I got it stuck in my head that she wanted someone, you know... Tougher. In fact, I'd seen her talking to some guys who were in gangs. I was at this party and this older guy had a gun. He was showing it off. So I was like, "Yo, "let me take a photo to, you know, try to impress this girl." That gun was in my hands for, like, ten seconds. That was it. I gave it back. I've never even shot a gun.
Shambala Green: No further questions.
Peter Stone: Who's Dewan Motley?
Michael Ellis: My uncle. Well, he's... He's not really my uncle.
Peter Stone: The longtime boyfriend of your aunt, correct?
Michael Ellis: Yes.
Peter Stone: Tell us about him.
Michael Ellis: He was a good man.
Peter Stone: Is it true he was arrested six years ago for drunk and disorderly... And while resisting that arrest, he caught the arresting officer off balance, hit him, and caused him to hit his head? Put that officer in a coma?
Shambala Green: Objection, Your Honour.
Peter Stone: And it doesn't look like...
Judge Lurman: Overruled.
Peter Stone: It doesn't look like he's gonna wake up ever. Is that correct?
Michael Ellis: Dewan wasn't doing anything wrong.
Peter Stone: Do you remember where the incident took place? Where your uncle was arrested?
Michael Ellis: No.
Peter Stone: It was the same street... Same corner... Where Officer Roman was shot.
Michael Ellis: Okay.
Peter Stone: Did you visit your uncle in jail?
Michael Ellis: Yes.
Peter Stone: How many times?
Michael Ellis: I don't know.
Peter Stone: 12.
Shambala Green: Sidebar, Your Honour… State never disclosed this. This is a classic Brady violation.
Peter Stone: It's newly discovered evidence and not exculpatory so it's not Brady and how can I disclose something when I don't even know they're going to call the defendant to the stand?
Shambala Green: This evidence has no relevance and it is prejudicial.
Peter Stone: All evidence incriminating defendant is prejudicial. Since when is motive not relevant?
Shambala Green: This is a collateral issue. No bearing.
Judge Lurman: This is cross examination and not exculpatory, Counsellor. I'll allow it. Objection overruled.
Peter Stone: How did Dewan Motley die, Michael?
Michael Ellis: He hung himself in prison.
Peter Stone: After his last appeal was denied.
Michael Ellis: I guess.
Peter Stone: How did that make you feel?
Michael Ellis: How do you think?
Peter Stone: I'm asking you.
Michael Ellis: I was angry. You would be too.
Peter Stone: When did he die?
Michael Ellis: I don't know for sure.
Peter Stone: I'll tell you. It was the day before Officer Roman was shot. Michael, look at me. Michael... Your girlfriend broke up with you because you weren't "tough enough" and your uncle... Who's life was ruined by a cop, killed himself. This all within two days, correct? You didn't walk down to the river over a break up. You walked down there armed... To the same location your uncle was arrested, to prove you were tough. To get revenge for your uncle.
Shambala Green: Objection, Your Honour!
Judge Lurman: Sustained.
Michael Ellis: Dewan just wanted an explanation! It was that cop's fault that he's dead!
Peter Stone: And you went down to the river to get revenge, didn't you? You went down there, Michael, to kill a cop...
Shambala Green: Objection, Your Honour!
Peter Stone: Right?
Shambala Green: Counsel is testifying!
Judge Lurman: Enough!
Street
Shambala Green: Peter.
Peter Stone: Shambala.
Shambala Green: Look at this. You got me eating carbs.
Peter Stone: If it's any comfort, I housed a whole pint of Haagen-Dazs last night.
Shambala Green: Aggravated battery with a firearm. Served as a juvenile.
Peter Stone: No way.
Shambala Green: I'm only gonna offer it once.
Peter Stone: You ever had an innocent client, Shambala?
Shambala Green: I've had hundreds who were not guilty.
Mark Jefferies’s office
Peter Stone: No.
Mark Jefferies: We should take it, Peter.
Peter Stone: It's been three days. If the jury was going to acquit, they'd be back already and Green knows it.
Mark Jefferies: And you never seen a case go sideways at the last minute?
Peter Stone: He could be out in four years.
Mark Jefferies: And he would have admitted his guilt and this will be over… Do you really want to put this city through this again if the jury hangs?
Peter Stone: Only if Burgess and Roman sign off on it.
Roman’s home
Burgess: Absolutely not… What? Do you think you should do this?
Peter Stone: I see it's merits.
Burgess: Then he needs to admit he lied in open court.
Peter Stone: It's nolo contendere. He won't dispute the charges. That's it.
Roman: Can we at least get an apology? To the CPD?
Peter Stone: It's not gonna happen.
Roman: So the next guy that shoots a cop thinks all he'll get is four years?
Peter Stone: Sean, he may be acquitted. That's the risk we're taking here. Or, almost worse, the jury may be hung.
Burgess: It's up to Sean. He's the one who got shot.
Roman: We're all sleeping in our own beds tonight. Let the city sleep too.

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