Why NCIS Needs To Make A Decision About Gibbs Already After The Latest Case

And just as Vance had feared, the opposition cited Gibbs’ remorseless violence as possible proof that he would also lie on the stand, and there was ultimately enough reasonable doubt for the jury that the bad guy was acquitted, and that likely wouldn’t have happened if Gibbs had been more credible. Gibbs seemed to have a bit of a rude awakening about what his now-tainted record could mean for the prosecution of cases that he’d been involved in, but by the end of the episode, he was back at home, ignoring NCIS phone calls.

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