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Rizzoli & Isles Season 7 Ep 9 Spoilers: Missing Evidence Could Mean a Case Dismissed

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This Monday on Rizzoli & Isles Season 7 Ep 9, things will turn difficult for the dynamic duo specially for Jane (Angie Harmon). All of her hard work and time spent in jail as an undercover agent will be in vain if they can?t find the missing piece of evidence to finally convict the suspects.

In the previous episode of Rizzoli & Isles Season 7 entitled 2M7258-100, Jane went as far as checking in to a county jail in order to further investigate a murder case that involved the death of two bikers. In order to have access to evidence, Jane did the unthinkable and went to the extent of ?going to jail.?

Although Jane did not get the exact information that she hoped, her term while inside the county jail showed her more meaning when she embarks on the rest of the investigation outside the jail. But now, it looks like things are getting out of hand as one piece of evidence is found missing.

On Rizzoli & Isles Season 7 Ep 9 entitled ?65 Hours,? Jane is supposed to appear in court for the presentation of evidence. Things seem to get uglier as Vince Korsak (Bruce McGill) tells her that the evidence that might convict the suspects was destroyed.

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Acceptance is all that she has and Jane might just let go of the case. It doesn?t help that Maura (Sasha Alexander) told her that it will be hard to prove their argument if they can?t find the piece of evidence. The synopsis of of Rizzoli & Isles Season 7 Ep 9 says ?Jane is slated to testify at a murder trial, only to discover a key piece of evidence has been stolen. With only three days to resolve the crime, the team races to crack the case before the murderer goes free. Also: Frankie learns magic to impress Nina.”

The next Rizzoli and Isles Episode will be entitled ?For Richer or Poorer? coming this August 15 on TNT. Meanwhile, you can catch Rizzoli & Isles Season 7 Ep 9 entitled ?65 Hours? airs Monday on TNT at 9PM.

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