Sunday 21:00 on NBC
1 Seasons, 13 Episodes

Genre: Crime / Musical / Drama


Just like their brethren in the Chicago P.D., the State's Attorney's dedicated team of prosecutors and investigators navigates heated city politics and controversy head-on, while fearlessly pursuing justice. As they take on the city's high-stakes and often media-frenzied cases, they must balance public opinion, power struggles within the system, and their unwavering passion for more
... the law. And it all starts with a gut-wrenching case when one of Chicago's finest is shot in the line of duty.
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Chicago Justice: SEASON 1, EPISODE 13: Tycoon | TVBuzer

Aired: May 14,2017

In the season finale, a crane collapses at a construction site and kills the son-in-law of wealthy real estate developer, Frank Linden. Nagel and Antonio, with the help of CFD Chief Boden discover that the collapse wasn't actually an accident. The team digs into Linden, who has made many enemies, more dangerous friends, and is accustomed to using h... more

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Stone is at his best when bringing down seemingly untouchable criminals. Half the time his best efforts don't succeed, but he still comes out the hero for trying. But on Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 13, he finally got a much needed win. It wasn't entirely realistic, but Stone – and the audience – really needed it. Stone ended the season with a victory against a business tycoon who literally almost got away with murder, but at what cost? It w... more

Fool Me Twice

In real life, cops who kill suspects very often get off without any jail time. That's why I expected a guilty verdict on  Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 12.  Television provides an alternate universe where things happen the way people wish they would so often that I took it for granted. That's what made the surprise ending of "Fool Me Twice" so powerful. It was pretty obvious early in the hour that Banks and Kim were doing something they weren't supposed to... more


I hope I'm never in a situation where I need a public defender. But if I ever am, I'll want the one who represented Ted Reynolds on  Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 11. In real life, public defenders are overworked, underpaid, and often don't have the time to devote to their clients that private attorneys do, leading to a situation where poorer people don't get the adequate defense to which they are entitled. Ted's lawyer, on the other hand, was a fierce advocate w... more



Chicago Justice: NBC Sets 2017 Premiere Dates for 'Blacklist' Spin-Off, 'Chicago Justice' and More News | TVBuzer

NBC Sets 2017 Premiere Dates for 'Blacklist' Spin-Off, 'Chicago Justice' and More

NBC is heading into 2017 with a large slate of new mid-season shows, including two spin-offs and a trio of new comedies. With strong lead-ins from The Voice and the second season of Little Big Shots, the network is doing everything it can to help its new shows succeed on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. On Tuesday, March 7, the new John Lithgow comedy ... more


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