With Lyle (Miles Gaston Villanueva) and Erik (Gus Halper) in custody for suspicion of murder, defense attorney Leslie Abramson (Edie Falco) works tirelessly alongside Jill Lansing (Julianne Nicholson) to understand the motive that could drive two young men to commit such a heinous crime. Meanwhile, the prosecution puts Judalon Smyth (Heather Graham) on the stand to make a case for releasing Dr. Oziel's (Josh Charles) audio notes and tapes from his sessions with Lyle and Erik, despite standard doctor patient privilege. The ensuing media circus fueled by leaks from the District Attorney's office creates further complications for the defense and places the extended Menendez family at odds with one another.
Did You Know?
Julianne Nicholson, was in two other shows produced by Dick Wolf, "Law and Order:Criminal Intent" and "Convictions". See more
In the gun shop, Zoller and Linehan state the form used to purchase the shotguns had the name of an ex-roommate and his Texas driver's license information listed on it. Later the Diane Sawyer character says in a TV report, on the case, that the ex-roommate's California driver's license had been used to obtain the shotguns used in the murders. See more
References 60 Minutes