Atlanta Justice Season 1
S01 E01Dec 28, 2020
The Silver Man Dec 28, 2020 In this premiere episode of Atlanta Justice, the team works to solve the murder of Bobby Jackson. Two women claim to be Bobby's fiance and one of them may be the killer. The team must determine which woman is telling the truth and which one is lying.
S01 E02Jan 4, 2021
Ring of Truth Jan 4, 2021 In May 2010, security guard Demetra Smith, age 47, was found shot dead "execution style" in her apartment by her new husband, Orlando Smith, and his teenage daughter. Detectives investigate and solve this murder.
S01 E03Jan 11, 2021
Speaking for the Dead Jan 11, 2021 Stephanie Seabrum attempts to cash a check at a convenience store when she's suddenly ambushed by a man with a gun. He robs her, shoots her and runs off before Stephanie's boyfriend has time to react. Not long into the investigation of Stephanie's murder, Detective JD Stephens gets called in to yet another shooting. Two teenagers, Blanca Badillo and Policarpio Luviano, were killed in a drive-by shooting in the middle of a busy Atlanta highway. While the Atlanta Homicide team juggles two cases at once, they now must ask themselves a frightening question - are these cases linked?
S01 E04Jan 18, 2021
No Good Deeds Jan 18, 2021 A few EMTs are having a coffee break when a man drives up and runs to them, covered in blood. He says his name is Richard Davis and that he's been shot. At the hospital, Richard tells the ER doctor that he offered a mysterious woman a ride back to her apartment when he saw her with a broken-down vehicle. After he dropped her off at her apartment, he was ambushed and shot by an unknown assailant. Richard then dies at the hospital from his wounds, leaving it up to Detective Redlinger and her team to track down the mystery woman who lured Richard to his untimely death.
S01 E05Jan 25, 2021
Death of Innocence Jan 25, 2021 Case One: In the middle of a hot summer afternoon in Atlanta on July 25, 2007, the homicide team is called to the scene of a senseless murder. 9-year-old honor student Annaijh Rolax was sitting in front of her new laptop computer when a spray of bullets hit her apartment, becoming an innocent victim of a drive-by shooting. The man who shot Annaijh Monique Rolax turns out to be a hardcore criminal named Jason Ardis, who went by the nickname "Black." He received life in prison. Case Two: On January 5, 2005, construction workers find the body of a young victim, 15-year-old Shawn Powe, who has been shot twice and left in plain sight of a shortcut to school that his classmates frequently take. The killer turns out to be 19-year-old Quentin Cooks, who is sentenced to life in prison.
S01 E06Feb 1, 2020
Closer Than You Think Feb 1, 2020 On the evening of November 26, 2005, when no one has heard from 53-year-old Candiace "Candy" Person all day, her daughter, Tisha Person, goes to her mother's home to check on her and finds Candiace murdered on the bedroom floor. When the Atlanta homicide detectives arrive on scene, they see that Candiace has possibly been sexually assaulted, and her purse is missing. Detectives soon realize that this is no ordinary murder. This meticulous killer took his time to stalk down Candiace and try to destroy evidence. The homicide detectives work hard and, with the use of DNA evidence, eventually arrest Willie Lee Bryant for this murder. Bryant had dated Person's daughter shortly before the murder, prosecutors said.