The team investigates the gruesome murder of a girl. They learn from her friends she was nervous but they don't know why. They learn she worked at a law firm, so they go there and learn they think she may have been passing information on clients who were awarded large settlements because some of them were robbed. They later check her phone and learn she was calling Voight's son. They try to find him and when they do he's been shot. So they wonder what was going between them. Voight learns his son saw one of his friends and asked him for money and saw him argue with a guy whom they track down. They learn he's part of the crew behind the robberies and the girl was feeding them info. The girl wanted out and Voight's son tried to help her. They set out to find the leader who killed both the girl and Voight's son. And Voight is willing to do whatever he has to. At the same time the brass wants Voight to step down. because his methods are causing them problems.
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Final appearance of Josh Segarra as Justin Voight. See more
After Voight's son Justin has been shot, his good friend from Chicago Med, Dr. Sharon Goodwin, comes to the precinct to personally tell Voight all the bad news medical details about his son. Those details include the fact that Justin will not be able to breathe on his own, and will therefore need to be on a ventilator for the rest of his life. But when Voight goes to see his son for the last time, he is only on a nasal oxygen cannula. Well, if he needs a ventilator for the rest of his life, why would he not be on one already? Now, you might think that he was already dead, but that can't be - dead patients are immediately disconnected from any no-longer-necessary oxygen supply, as well as any IV's (which Justin also still has).
Dead people don't need oxygen and IV fluids. And live people that require ventilators are put on them immediately. You just can't have it both ways. And this mistake of no ventilator is particularly egregious considering the fact that Sharon just stressed to Hank Voight how he will need one for life. This one is a particularly sloppy, careless, and inexcusable mistake... See more
References Chicago Med