When it is discovered the mother of a dead teenage boy is using his social security number, the team reopens the 2002 murder of the 14-year-old math phenom.
Lilly and the team are led to reopen the case of a dead 14-year-old inner city genius who was shot dead five years back after getting involved in some local gang business.
A card-counting expert, Terrence had a way with numbers, so his half-brother Michael looped him in with the 29th street gang leader named Delonte to do some safe-cracking. A few weeks later, Terrence was dead.
Another man in the building, Augustine, had taken Terrence under his wing to try and teach him to harness his talent into a future. But when Terrence’s father came back into his life, Terrence pulled away from Augustine.
Later, Delonte used Terrence to work a black jack game, but Terrence didn’t play by the rules, and Delonte lost everything. As a fledgling gang member Michael’s future was ruined.
Jealous of the fact that their father only paid attention to Terrence, the special kid, Michael pulled a gun and shot Terrence in cold blood. Now, years later and in a wheelchair himself after taking a bullet, Michael goes down for his crime.
- Kathryn Morris as Lilly Rush
- Danny Pino as Scotty Valens
- John Finn as John Stillman
- Jeremy Ratchford as Nick Vera
- Thom Barry as Will Jeffries
- Tracie Thoms as Kat Miller
- James Moses Black as Gerald Carter
- Maestro Harrell as Terrance Carter
- Michael B. Jordan as Michael Carter
- John Lafayette as Augustine Bennet
- Sandi McCree as Cheryl Carter
- Curtis 'Spider Loc' Williams as Delonte
- Patricia Bethune as Dr. Penny Davoren
- Groove Armada "Superstylin'"
- Gorillaz "Clint Eastwood"
- Clipse "Grindin'"
- Terry Callier "Speak Your Peace"
- The Beta Band "Won"
- Closing Song: Moby "Natural Blues "