Hayes Morrison makes a clandestine deal to take on the Conviction Integrity Unit in order to save face.
Hayes confronts Wallace head-on, investigating the case that made his career ten years ago, but the complex case serves up a major surprise.
While the CIU team disagrees whether the bad guys also deserve justice, they work to exonerate a political activist with questionable views.
Hayes’ recent transgressions spark a media firestorm; the team tackles the case of a mother convicted for the death of her autistic son.
Hayes launches into damage-control mode following her controversial nationally televised interview, seeking to limit the repercussions.
Conflict erupts among the CIU team when personal experiences shape their differing perspectives of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The CIU takes on the case of a man with diminished mental capacities, imprisoned for burning down his family’s restaurant.
CIU revisits the case of a teenage girl who was kidnapped ten years ago and assumed dead—until she manages to escape her captor’s home.
The CIU look into the case of a death-row inmate convicted of murdering Wallace’s best friend, a federal prosecutor.
Hayes implores the CIU team to aggressively pursue the case of a woman serving a life sentence for murdering a college basketball player.`
While Hayes and Wallace struggle to find balance, they are summoned to a crime scene that fits the M.O. of an infamous killer.
Former President Morrison pays Hayes an unexpected visit and lobbies her and the CIU to take on the case of a Muslim-American citizen.
Hayes revisits the failed case where she first met Wallace, and the future of the CIU team hangs in the balance.