A young member of an anti-gang group is arrested for the shooting death of teenage girl, but Quincy believes he is innocent and covering up for the real shooter. He needs to name the killer or be sent to prison.
When a young man dies after a routine heart surgery, his brother requests to have Quincy perform his autopsy. Quincy's findings makes him suspicious over who really performed the operation, the surgeon or his intern?
Quincy helps a young mother receive the medication she needs for a severe nervous condition when the government and drug company fight over making the medication available.
Quincy tries to help out a fellow female medical examiner when she begins to screw up her job and make mistakes due to a drinking problem.
Quincy believes a new pathologist with a handicap is judging a case with blinders on when a disabled baby is electrocuted. He believes the baby's father is responsible for his child's death, not wanting a handicapped son.
Quincy is determined to find the killer of a murderer who was set free after a trial found him innocent. With the witnesses forced into lying, a group of men all claim that they killed the man in self defense, an excuse that Quincy doesn't agree with.
After returning home to die, those who had contact with the terminally ill woman also become sick and die. Quincy discovers that the deaths were not from her cancer, but from a new virus which is spreading fast.
Quincy believes and autopsy he just complete on a young man who died after a night of slam dancing at a punk rock club was directly attributed to the music the kids were listening to at the time. Lyrics about no hope, violence and death led to the man being stabbed in the back with an ice pick.
A hostage is shot dead by a policeman during a botched bank robbery and the cop enlists Quincy's help when he is suspended and possibly will face charges if it is proved that the shooting was his fault.
Sam is sucked into danger when his friend is killed while working undercover, infiltrating the Japanese Yakuza. Sam warns Quincy that his friend's father will likely follow the ancient code and exact revenge for his son's death.
A young girl disappears after entering a cab on her way home from school. A search for the missing teen reveals no clues, until a man appears, claiming that he is the cab driver and that he was attacked and removed from his cab.
Quincy tries to help out a friend when he is framed for mail fraud since a Federal Prosecutor feels a case of arson and murder would not hold up in court.
Quincy believes that a young man is telling the truth when he says that his girlfriend had killed herself and that he was not involved in the crime. Since she can not answer any questions, Quincy asks for a psychological autopsy be performed by finding out her past history.
When a young man dies in an explosion while doing some welding work, an investigator determines that the boy can not read. Quincy wants to know why a boy would be hired if he can't read simple words that he needs to protect him on the job.
The police call in the help from a woman who claims to be a psychic, when their investigation for a man known as the "Hit and Run Killer" leads them nowhere. Although skeptical at first, Quincy is amazed when her predictions and findings materialize.
When a country singing star is badly burned in an accident inside a club, an investigator is convinced that the fire was caused by freebasing cocaine. The problem is there are no witnesses or friends who will testify that this is what happened.
While Quincy and Emily prepare for their upcoming nuptials, a body of a deceased old man comes into the morgue from a nursing home. The wife of the dead man informs Quincy that she is responsible for his passing.
Quincy misses the wedding rehearsal while listening to the story from an old lady who claims she killed her husband. Emily cancels the wedding plans while Quincy tries to figure whether the old woman is telling the truth or just rambling on.
A quiet honeymoon at a mountain resort proves anything but peaceful when a group of law enforcement officers arrive for their own vacation. The fun is short lived when a judge fails to show up and is found dead inside his car on a roadside.
A midwife is arrested for murder after being asked off the streets to help a woman in labor and the newborn baby dies. When the hospital lays the blame on her, a doctor asks Quincy to do his own autopsy on the child to see if there is another reason it passed away.
When a young boy died who was living in a foster home, Quincy is asked to do an autopsy in hopes of finding enough proof to get the home closed down. In the meantime, a qualified therapist is asked to stay at the home and help fix any problems that may arise between the kids and the foster parents.
Quincy is determined to find the attacker of an old woman who was brutalized inside her own apartment. But things change when he is mugged on the way out one day, causing Quincy to suddenly fear being attacked again.
The death of half of a famous entertainment team that Quincy used to admire as a youth, has him on a search to find the other half of the team.
An industrial accident causes a young father to lose an arm. When the arm is found, the man is brought to Experiment Hope, a top technological facility which has the ability to reattach a missing limb.