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Greevey and Logan investigate a subway shooting by a former dancer (Cynthia Nixon), whose motivations are viewed differently by prosecutors Stone and Robinette (Michael Moriarty, Richard Brooks). George Dzundza, Chris Noth. Cragen: Dann Florek.
A murder case involving AIDS and euthanasia is reluctantly brought to court by Stone and Robinette. Jack Curry: Peter Frechette. DeBakey: Charlotte Moore. Stone: Michael Moriarty. Holland: Tom Signorelli. Mrs. Holland: Barbara Andres. Robinette: Richard Br (more…)
After the murder of a wealthy young woman is investigated, Stone and Robinette try to keep her reputation from being victimized as well. Ned Loomis: Thomas Calabro. Rebecca: Marita Geraghty. Polly: Haviland Morris. Stone: Michael Moriarty. Robinette: Richa (more…)
After a man is murdered and his wife wounded, a suspect is arrested, but evidence later shows that more than one person may have been involved. Janet Ralston: Roxanne Hart. Bob Himes: Bob Gunton. Gordon Shaeffer: Philip Bosco. Greevey: George Dzundza. Loga (more…)
Greevey and Logan's investigation of a family man found unconscious in Central Park leads to the prosecution of a socialite (Patricia Clarkson) who runs "a catering business." Jolene: Jenny Robertson. Auclair: Addison Powell. Greevey: George Dzundza.
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…)
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…)
The investigation of a murder leads to two strip-club owners (Joe Piscopo, Mark Linn-Baker) and a mob boss's son (Jeremy Davidson) to whom they pay more than $100,000 a year. Sklar: Richard Libertini. Gervits: John Driver. Lisa Gibson: Julia Mueller. Sager (more…)
A coed's killing leads to a case involving the deceased's relationship with a professor (Miguel Sandoval) and two male students who vouch for each other's whereabouts on the night of the murder. Andrew: Kurt Deutsch. Dennis: Christopher Gartin. Crowley: Jo (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…)
A defendant will not allow an insanity plea, thus complicating matters for the brother who turned him in with hopes of securing medical treatment for him. Matthew: Michael Medeiros. Ben: Ken Welsh. Melnick: Tovah Feldshuh. Fetzer: Steve Mellor. Judge Bourk (more…)
A 12-year-old quadriplegic dies at home, and paramedics claim he was suffocated. The suspects include the boy's parents and sister. Dr. Semenko: John Hickok. Lois: Maryann Plunkett. Sutter: John Procaccino. Mrs Hodge: Jane Connell. Mr. Hodge: Gordon Connel (more…)
An undercover cop infiltrates a Boston mob crew that has a mole in the state police department. This Best Picture winner, based on the Hong Kong thriller Infernal Affairs, picked up three additional Academy Awards -- including Martin Scorsese's first Osca (more…)
The investigation of a murder leads to a case that challenges Schiff's job; meanwhile, Briscoe tries to help his daughter. Monica: Isabel Gillies. Cathy: Jennifer Bill. Anderton: Robert Vaughn. Mallory: Mark Lotito. Flynn: Neal Jones.
An attorney (Joe Morton) claims extreme emotional disturbance as a defense for the man accused of strangling a combative college student. Kenneth Silva: Paul Calderon. Rehana Khemlani: Poorna Jagannathan. Judge Pongracic: Charlotte Ortiz Colavin. Mariela S (more…)
A teacher's shooting involves the rape of a mentally challenged coed by students, whose attorney claims they weren't aware of her condition. Valerie: Lauren Ambrose. Cathy: Jennifer Bill. Randy: Gerry Rosenthal. Roscoe: Jon Abrahams. Chris: Robert Clohessy (more…)
The shooter who killed a small-time drug dealer is traced through his glass eye; however, eyewitnesses become frightened by another killing. Foster Keyes: Chadwick Boseman. Gerard Wills: Gerry Becker. Shayna Rosario: April L. Hernandez. Jimmy Gordon: Colli (more…)
A murder victim's videotaped recollection of a Holocaust incident is shown at a trial in which two people stand accused of her killing. Stefan Anders: George Bartenieff. Dan Jensen: William Atherton. Kyle Mellors: Logan Marshall-Green. Leah Glaser: Shirl B (more…)
The killing of an honor student by a cop stirs up racial unrest, and Greevey and Logan try to determine if a gun was planted on the deceased by a policeman (John Finn). Silky: Erik King. Doris: Erika Alexander. Greevey: George Dzundza. Stone: Michael Moria (more…)
An assistant district attorney's murder is linked to an unsolved mob-related killing. Michael Bloomberg, mayor of New York, appears as himself. Wachtler: Vyto Ruginis. Biscotti: John Viscardi. Libretti: Steven Schirripa. Judge Bradley: Peter McRobbie. Tort (more…)
Greevey and Logan investigate a child-abuse case that involves a battered wife (Marcia Jean Kurtz) and her spouse (David Groh), a therapist who deals in cocaine. Shambala: Lorraine Toussaint. Judge: Louis Zorich. Babcock: John Seitz. Logan: Chris Noth.
A movie producer and a gangster are murdered at a trendy restaurant. Paul Raimondo: Ray Abruzzo. Sonny King: Lenny Venito. Arthur Baldo: Joseph R. Gannscoli. Denny Rogis: Bill Camp. Bumpy: Bo Dietl. Veronica Reynolds: Susie Essman.