In a murder trial where the evidence is overwhelming, our investigators are hired by the prosecution to ensure that a member of the jury is not being "swayed" by the defence. Along the way, they encounter evidence that my support the defendants claim of innocence. The Private Eyes now face an ethical dilemma in that they are working for the prosecution, and by pursuing the evidence, they may have to explore the "grey areas' of investigations. Angie also faces a former investigator employed by her father, and individual her father fired for "taking shortcuts" and questionable methods. Matt's father provides support and advice while dealing with a developing business and possibly personal relationship. As the jury deliberates, time becomes critical to both the investigators, and the accused.