When a Hasidic Jew and his granddaughter are mugged, a militant Hasidic Rabbi, named Aaron Geller, organizes a vigilante group to find and punish the assailant, believing the police cannot be counted on to find the culprit. But when granddaughter points out the wrong suspect, and he turns out to be innocent, Santoro, Donovan and the rest of the squad deal with the backlash from the Hasidic community. Doyle and Roussakoff investigate a family dispute between the O'Donnells and the Westbrooks over property rights. Meanwhile, Lt. Jonas interrogates Lowry over the death of Hopkins in custody where Jonas orders Donovan to go along with him to obtain incriminating evidence against Lowry. Also, Santoro deals with his personal home life when his nine-year-old son, Charlie, gets into trouble at his elementary school for mouthing off to his stern teacher. Roussakoff asks Doyle for advice when he plans to go on a date with Kathleen, while Kersey goes on a date with Donovan. Here, the county ...