I's interesting that NYC apparently has buckets of water handy on every street corner.
Erin's over-the-top remorse over her "mistake" made no sense. She did her job and prosecuted the guy based on the evidence - it's not her job to prove he's innocent. So new evidence entirely unknown to her comes to light that exonerates him - that's great, but it doesn't in any way mean that the prosecution acted improperly.
Danny's story was clever, but I don't think too many suspects would fall for the trap so easily.
Yeah, was that a part of the windshield washing phenomenon? It was odd.
Didn't buy the Erin story either.
Danny's collar was not exactly the brightest bulb in the pack ... thus, his stupidity in confessing.