Prior to his father's death in 2002, Jeffs held the position of counselor to the church leader. Jeffs became Rulon's successor with his official title in the FLDS Church becoming \"President and Prophet, Seer and Revelator\" as well as \"President of the Priesthood\". The latter concerned being head of the organization of all adult male church members who were deemed worthy to hold the priesthood, a tradition carried on in the Latter Day Saint movement.
In July 2005, the Arizona Attorney General's office distributed wanted posters offering $10,000 for information leading to Jeffs' arrest and conviction. On October 28, Jeffs' brother Seth was arrested under suspicion of harboring a fugitive. During a routine traffic stop in Pueblo County, Colorado, police found nearly $142,000 in cash, $7,000 worth of prepaid debit cards and personal records. During Seth's court case, FBI Agent Andrew Stearns testified that Seth had told him that he did not know where his older brother was and that he would not reveal his whereabouts if he did. Seth was convicted of harboring a fugitive on May 1, 2006. On July 14, he was sentenced to three years' probation and a $2,500 fine.
On April 5, 2006, Utah issued an arrest warrant for Jeffs on felony charges of accomplice rape of a teenage girl between 14 and 18 years old. Shortly after, on May 6, the FBI placed Jeffs on its Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list, offering a $60,000 reward. He was the 482nd fugitive listed on the list. The reward was soon raised to $100,000, and the public was warned that \"Jeffs may travel with a number of loyal and armed bodyguards.\"
SG-1 rescue a fleeing man, which is apparently the wrong thing to do as he was a fugitive, and due to differences in the legal system of Hadante and Earth, they end up imprisoned somewhere with a Stargate but no power or DHD. Cue prison episode.
SG-1 makes friends with Linea, whom all the others are afraid of. With good reason, it turns out, since her nickname turns out to be \"Destroyer of Worlds\". She shows them native plants that somehow generate cold fusion power, which SG-1 plan on using to dial out. Daniel has his reservations since she apparently convinces the other prisoners to occasionally commit suicide via kawoosh, but the rest of the team just want out. At the end of the episode she vanishes until next season, when she reappears (sort of) in \"Past and Present\"\"Prisoners\" provides examples of the following tropes: Absolute Xenophobe: The Taldor are described as such. Affably Evil: Linea is a calm and practical example. She takes some prisoners under her wing, is polite, considerate, understanding, a good hostess and a good guest. She's also deceptive and genocidal. All Crimes Are Equal: This is how the judicial system on the planet of the week works; all crimes, from trespassing to murder, warrant a sentence of life imprisonment, regardless of their protests that they were ignorant of any rules they were breaking. Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: Explicitly alluded to in the dialog. Linea is in for genocide; SG-1 is in for literally saying hi to a fugitive and walking into holy ground by accident. This approach turns out to work against the Taldor, since it makes SG-1 inclined to believe that Linea is as unjustly imprisoned as they are. She's not. Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Linea seems like a kindly old lady; then we find out that she wiped out half the population of an entire planet. Choke Holds: Daniel and O'Neill are both very nearly strangled to death when the other prisoners decide they're upsetting the balance of power. Carter escapes because she's under Linea's protection, while Teal'c is Teal'c. Continuity Nod: The team realizes that they will be able to escape if they can find a power source to dial the gate manually, something they've done in the past. Dark and Troubled Past: O'Neill mentions that this isn't his first time in the big house. (In a later episode, \"A Matter of Time\", it's revealed that O'Neill spent four months in an Iraqi prison as a result of a bungled mission during The Gulf War.) The Dreaded: Though she acts as if she's a kindly old lady, it's obvious from the start that Linea is nothing of the sort because the rest of the prisoners are terrified of her. Exact Words: Linea never actually lies, she just fails to mention the part where she was the one who started the plague she failed to cure in the first place. Frontline General: Hammond makes his first trip through the gate to meet the Taldor in person and try to bargain for SG-1's freedom. Forgotten Phlebotinum: It seems like plants that can generate cold fusion would be an insanely useful thing to have around, but the technology is never even mentioned again. Great Escape: The team is able to pull off their breakout relatively quickly with the help of Linea. Mad Scientist: Linea is shown to have an incredible gift for science; unfortunately, she uses it to create planet-destroying plagues. Makes Us Even: Linea states that SG-1 providing her with the means to freedom makes them even for her assistance in breaking them out of prison, in a particularly creepy message she sends through the base computers after making her escape:\"THANK YOU FOR YOUR KINDNESS.ALL DEBTS HAVE NOW BEEN PAID.\" Mistaken for Badass: The other prisoners think that Daniel managed to overpower and kill Vishnar during their \"fight\" due to Linea covertly taking down the latter with some MacGuffin or other while nobody was paying attention. Names to Run Away from Really Fast: The Destroyer of Worlds. Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: In helping Linea escape from Hadante and proving her with the gate addresses, the heroes inadvertently set a genocidal maniac loose on the galaxy. Oops. Noodle Incident: We catch the tail end of a fight between Teal'c and another inmate, which mostly consists of Teal'c choking the life out of the other guy while Daniel nervously points out that he's probably had enough. No explanation is given for this. The Old Convict: Linea. Penal Colony: Hadante is a prison planet. Daniel actually likens it to Botany Bay at one point. Prison Episode: Duh. Prison Rape: Alluded to; after the team is first sent to the prison at the beginning of the episode, the other inmates immediately gather round and start doing some very creepy whistling thing. Carter is grabbed by Vishnar, at which point Linea shows up and declares Carter under her protection, stating that she \"knows how hard it is to be a woman on Hadante\". There's also O'Neill taking Daniel's glasses off, with this sage piece of advice:\"You gotta trust me on this. Signs of weakness are not a good thing in prison.\" Rhetorical Question Blunder:O'Neill: I'm gonna go ahead and assume you've never actually been in prison before.Daniel: Oh right, and you haveO'Neill: Oh yeah. Scary Black Man: Invoked by O'Neill telling to Teal'c to \"look scary and take point.\" Smoldering Shoes: The team are greeted with a pair of these on their revival, their former owner having been disintegrated by the \"kawoosh\" of the stargate as it activated. They later find out that some of the prisoners would deliberately stand in front of the vortex in the hope that it would set them free. Take Me Instead: Thwarted. Hammond offers himself to the Taldor in exchange for SG-1, but they decide that he is innocent according to their byzantine rules. The Voice: The Taldor deliberately keep their faces hidden and are only \"seen\" as ominous, disembodied voices.
Jim would later go onto discovered Pepper was simply framed and wasn't the Waynes' murderer, after being questioned to whether he had taken any part in the heinous act by Barbara. Nevertheless, Jim mentioned the possibility to Bullock, not sure of whether his partner would tell him the truth, Jim went to Fish in search of his answer, finding out from her that the Mario Pepper was in fact, framed. He was then beaten and captured by Fish Mooney and her associates. Bullock later went searching for him and was captured alongside him. The two were freed by Carmine Falcone, the head of the Falcone Crime Family in Gotham, as well as an old friend of Jim's deceased father. In return, Jim was asked to kill Oswald Cobblepot, a former umbrella man for Fish Mooney, who had snitched to the Major Crimes Unit. However, when brought to the docks and faced down with the decision of whether to kill Cobblepot or not, Jim faked Cobblepot's death, pushing him into the Gotham River, and ordering him never to come back to Gotham.
In the weeks following, Jim and Bullock investigated the death of a homeless war veteran, discovering it was connected to recent kidnappings of homeless children, by people claiming to be with the Mayor's Homeless Outreach Program. After reporting this to Captain Essen, she demanded the two get to the bottom of the case, though not before emphasizing that neither of them goes to the press about this. Later that night while having dinner with Barbara, he mentioned the case which provoked her to call the Gotham Gazette with the news, anonymously, despite Jim telling her not to. The next day after narrowing down the suspects, Jim and Bullock arrived at Quillinformer, one of the pharmaceutical manufacturers suspected of supplying the snatchers with ATP, a drug previously used at Arkham Asylum to put the patients to sleep. There, the two detectives discovered the snatchers and a group of the missing homeless children.
Jim and Bullock were later assigned to investigate the death of con man Ronald Danzer, who was killed when a man tied him to a balloon and let him fly away. At the same time, Montoya and her partner Crispus Allen asked Jim about what happened to Cobblepot. Jim denied knowing about him, and Montoya later visited Barbara at her house to discuss Jim's \"corruption\" - Barbara refused to believe Montoya and told her to leave. Jim later met Bill Cranston, a lieutenant of the GCPD at the office, and shortly after, Cranston was killed by the vigilante with a