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The killing of an infant triggers a case in which Stone goes after the person who hired a teenage killer (Justin Cozier). Mrs. Winters: S. Epatha Merkerson. Ingrams: James McDaniel. Anson: Brad Sullivan. Kay: Michael Mantell. Greevey: George Dzundza. Logan (more…)
In the prosecution of a young man (Enrique Munoz) accused of killing a drug dealer, Stone is pitted against a flashy lawyer (J.D. Cannon) who's never lost a case. Shambala: Lorraine Toussaint. Father Torres: Paul Calderon. Mrs. Rivers: Miriam Colon. Stone: (more…)
After a wealthy couple are murdered in their home, their sons (Matt Hofherr, Stephen Mailer) become the prime suspects. Margaret: Frances Sternhagen. Petrovich: Jonathan Hadary. Schwab: Lewis Stadlen. Osinski: Olek Krupa. Greevey: George Dzundza.
Greevey and Logan (George Dzundza, Chris Noth) investigate a killing involving Irish terrorists. O'Connell: Anthony Heald. Fenwick: Paxton Whitehead. Mrs. McDiarmid: Betty Miller. Mallahan: Donal Donnelly. McCarter: Kevin J. O'Connor. Stone: Michael Moriar (more…)
A couple (Kaiulani Lee, Byron Jennings) face trial after they deny medical help to their daughter because of religious beliefs and the child dies. Carpenter: Henderson Forsythe. Rev. Morley: Biff McGuire. Suzanne: Marian Seldes. Logan: Chris Noth.
The investigation of a teenager's death leads to a case involving a religious ritual. Rosa: Frances Conroy. Margo: Sylva Kelegian. Bill: Melvin Rodriguez. Wade: Wendell Pierce. Jacobs: Jim Bracchitta. Judge Denham: Reathel Bean.
Carmichael (Angie Harmon) goes up against two doctors who are charged with criminally negligent homicide after a patient dies during a routine surgery. Dr. Rudnick: Sam Freed. Dr. Michaels: Stephen Bogardus. Salzman: Maria Tucci. Delaney: Michael Gaston.
The murder of a cop leads to a case involving physical abuse in a relationship between the deceased and his former partner, a divorced mother of two (Jenny Bacon). Jerrold: Philip Bosco. Felton: Holt McCallany. Sandra Felton: Marissa Matrone.
The investigation into the shooting of a newspaper columnist leads to a murder case from two decades earlier. Hampton: Matthew Bennett. Nicole: Marsha Dietlein. Arlene: Elaine Bromka. Franchetta: Frank Vincent. Myra: Caitlin Clarke. Tucci: Bob Dishy.
After a philosophy professor is pushed in front of a subway train and killed, the investigation leads to a suspect (Jay O. Sanders) who, following a divorce, changed his identity and disappeared with his two daughters. Sylvia Fallon: Anne Bobby. Alexis: Tr (more…)
The investigation of a schizophrenic woman's death leads to a case involving a homeless man and his right to refuse medication. Harvey Bower: Seth Barrish. Danielle Melnick: Tovah Feldshuh. Phil Bower: Joseph Hindy. Myrna Bower: Marcia Jean Kurtz. Ron Brew (more…)
A woman finds her brother shot to death, and the investigation leads to a suspect who first lies to police, then claims he helped the victim change a tire, but had nothing to do with the murder. Bodak: Frank John Hughes. Ricky: Benny Nieves. Shuman: Casey (more…)
An editor is found dead in an apartment that's shared by one of her authors and a lawyer, both of whom insist they were out of town at the time of the murder. Evans: Robert Foxworth. Sarah: Sara Botsford. Adele: Cynthia Harris. Austin: Oren J. Sofer. Dalto (more…)
The murder of a model leads to an investigation involving her ex-husband, their son and the illegitimate daughter she'd given up for adoption. Sonja: Rene Augesen. Silverman: Bray Poor. Douglas: Adam Kaufman. Jimmy: Paul Lieber. Holland: David McCallum.
In the prosecution of a fatal shooting, Schiff (Steven Hill) refuses the governor's order to seek the death penalty and is removed from the case---prompting him to sue the governor. Panatti: Roy Thinnes. Coburn: Kent Williams. Carolyne: Liana Pai. Keenan: (more…)
Greevey and Logan search for a suspected cop killer (Jerome Preston Bates), whose lawyer (David Margulies) wants to make a deal with Stone and Robinette. Sandoval: Wendy Makkena. Cassie: Nan-Lynn Nelson. Yost: Louis Guss. Logan: Chris Noth. Stone: Michael (more…)
Greevey and Logan reopen an investigation to help Stone and Robinette build a case involving an assault on a TV reporter (Megan Gallagher). Pruiting: Al Shannon. Cutrona: Ken Johnston. Lucia: Sandy Baron. Schiff: Steven Hill. Stone: Michael Moriarty.
Cragen is under investigation for conspiracy in a case involving the chief of operations (Robert Lansing), a friend who may have laundered drug money. McCrory: William Andrews. Wilson: Pirie MacDonald. Marge: Ellen Tobie. Stone: Michael Moriarty.
Logan tries to cope with his former partner's murder, while seeking the killer and adjusting to a new partner (Paul Sorvino). Dan Jr.: Vyto Ruginis. Olivet: Carolyn McCormick. Stern: Nicolas Coster. Dan Sr.: Val Avery. Logan: Chris Noth. Stone: Michael Mor (more…)
A double homicide casts suspicion on the dead man's widow and son (Shirley Knight, Geoffrey Nauffts), and the murdered woman's ex-boyfriend (David Lansbury). Lehrman: Jerry Orbach. Judge Stein: Joan Copeland. Sheila: Catherine Lloyd Burns. Cerreta: Paul So (more…)
Julia Roberts plays a fund-raiser who's involved in a millionaire's murder. The case centers on an entrepreneur (Daniel Hugh Kelly), who's about to build a sports arena, and Roberts' character, who claims that the only person she can trust is Curtis (Benja (more…)
Jesse L. Martin is introduced as Briscoe's new partner in this episode, which targets gun control. After a mass murder, McCoy pursues a gun manufacturer who made the weapon used in the killings. Dennis Trope: Neal Huff. Charlotte Swan: Helen Carey. Judge W (more…)
After the discovery of a boy's body, Green (Jesse L. Martin) coaxes a confession from a suspect and McCoy is faced with a dilemma. Jenny: Hallee Hirsh. Sharkey: Mary Mara. Jocelyn Brandt: Luba Mason. Tara: Madeline Blue. Judge Solomon: Lauren Klein. Jerold (more…)
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- Birth Name: Angela Michelle Harmon
- Birth Place: Dallas, Texas, United States
- Birthday: August 10, 1972, Leo
- Profession: Actor, Model
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