Michael Prosecutes a man who didn't tell his sex partner he had AIDS; Briggs's witness has multiple personalities.
Searls confronts Bauer in a bid to win a death-sentence conviction against a 17-year-old; Julie contents with obnoxious but attractive Detective Frank Mirelli; Linda faces a co-op board.
Michael believes his client is just as guilty as the man's ex-wife, who pled insanity after murdering the man's new wife; Searls tries to evade the seductress daughter of a judge.
Rogan prosecutes a doctor accused of killing a terminally ill woman with her consent; Julie and Mirelli explore each other's worlds; Briggs dumps a messy case on JoAnn.
Rogan announces he's resigning to run against Bach; Searls' murder case is thwarted by federal bigwigs; James' girlfriend's murderer is caught; Kerry takes part in a demonstration.
A homeless girl is too terrified to testify against her attacker; Rogan risks compromsing his vision for politics; Harris wants to go on a TV dating show with Bauer.
JoAnn's nerves are shattered when a prisoner holding a bun on her is killed before her eyes; Rogan betrays his loved ones in an effort to revive his campaign; Michael prosecutes a popular bakertball coach accused in his star player's death.