De minimis non curat lex. The law does not concern itself with trivialities. The law is always expected to be proceeded by the order. This is not always necessarily the case. Aisling Lawe is a headstrong criminal psychologist and doctor. Sherlock Holmes is an arrogant consulting detective. The world is a small place. When the two cross swords, the upkeep of the law immediately becomes a game. Order is nonexistent. Chaos prevails. Beautiful chaos. With a new opposition lurking in the shadows and a very stubborn partner in crime-solving each, both Sherlock and Aisling must struggle to work as an uneasy coalition and partnership, and track down the perpetrator to bring the murderer to justice. Criminality is only another disease. Horribly contagious. Can Sherlock and Aisling solve the crime and cure the sickness? Dura lex, sed lex. The law is hard, but it is the law The law will prevail. It always does. Doesn't it?