The new show is led by Assistant State’s Attorney Peter Stone (Philip Winchester), a newly minted, differently located Jack Mc Coy of “Law & Order.” His delivery isn’t quite the same as Sam Waterston’s — whose could be?— but the premiere allows him a closing statement that is the exact beautifully overwrought courtroom finale “Chicago Justice” is trying to produce.She doesn’t believe in running background checks on potential dates.
Thirty-six million Americans are looking for love online — all at their own risk. CBS 2 checked five dating sites, and all of them warn they do not conduct background checks or screen their members." Check that out by clicking here."Undressed" debuts Aug. We will tell you what you need in a relationship, where you screwed up (without knowing it) in past relationships and a customized action plan to make your next relationship successful.“Chicago Justice” brings this formula to courtrooms, but the pace still feels familiar.The show is deeply rooted in the concept of celebrating the heroism of public-service occupations, which goes towards explaining just how comfortable and consistent “Chicago Justice” already feels.