We have no meanings for "worked a case" in our records yet.
He also mentioned he had worked a case with you before.
The truth was, I had never worked a case remotely like this one before.
I worked a case once where a burned body was found in a bedroom.
We worked a case together, some mob murders actually, that he had broken and developed.
Not long ago I had worked a case involving infants, twin boys killed and mutilated.
Maggie remembered the last time she and Racine had worked a case, not that long ago.
You worked a case with Cooper.
He and Sergeant Garth Hudson had worked a case involving a gang-related murder eleven months ago, shortly after J.D.
The concealed compartment had been unknown to anyone but Forthill until I worked a case for an archangel a while back.
Though Hippo and I had worked a case or two since the unit's creation in 2004, I'd never cracked his accent.
I mean, I was wondering, if you had ever worked a case involving, ah... you know"- aquickswallow-"ritualisticmurder."
Have you ever worked a case...
Taylor had known identical twins in the past-she'dworked a case that centered around identical twin girls just last year-butTommaso and Gavin were different.
"That's right, although it's been a few years since I've worked a case."
"Nick and I worked a case about four years ago out in Platte City."
"We worked a case together once."
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