Grissom and Sidle investigate the death of someone who was buried in a shallow grave in a park and covered in lye. The autopsy reveals that the victim was struck by a car in the last 72 hours and bled to death. There was no blood at the grave site, however. The accident is traced to a young lawyer who has just started as an associate with a major law firm. Stokes looks into the death of Stacy Warner who is found in the middle of the desert but is determined to have drowned. She was a an extreme sports enthusiast out on a challenging trek but she seemed ill-prepared for the route she took.
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When Catherine Willows talks about the ignition lock being punched out if it was stolen, it is not a Mercedes lock but one from a Volvo. See more
Dr. Al Robbins
You know, sometimes I'm glad I only deal with dead people.
Who Are You
by Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who See more