This episode of Chicago Justice was fast paced, intriguing, and one of the best of the season.
Right from the start, I was curious. I expected to see the mysterious army vet head into a crime scene, but instead was faced with a good guy unknowingly turning in his own family for murder. The proceeding case was complex, as all Chicago Justice plots are, but the flow was clear and understandable. This is a huge success for the show.
In a small way, this plot allowed us to get to know our characters a little bit more, specifically Anna, whose friend was on the opposing side. The writers need to give character background more, but the tidbits they have included help build stronger characters the audience can relate to more.