An investigation into the murder of the wife of a televangelist (Tom Arnold) leads to the discovery of a seedy relationship he had with a hustler that may have contributed to the crime. Meanwhile, Goren runs into his brother (Tony Goldwyn) while visiting h (more…)
Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a Russian mobster's daughter who was about to write a revealing book. Kenneth Strick: David Thornton. Martha Strick: Veanne Cox. George Tate: Damian Young. Boris Yushka: Jacques Sandulescu. Ilana Yushka: Alla Kliou (more…)
After a waitress is found shot outside the club where she worked, her father (Joe Morton) seeks vengeance. Donna Emmett: Viola Davis. Perry Williams: Paul Leyden. Donovan Alvarez: D.J. Cotrona. Kimmie: Michelle Hicks.
A teen's murder leads to a case involving runaways and a doctor (Gale Harold) interested in human cloning. Paula Haggerty: Barbara Barrie. Jessica Morse: Kimberly J. Brown. Attorney Quentin: Laura Elena Harring. Judge Petrovsky: Joanna Merlin.
A closed rape case of Benson's is reopened because of its similarities to a new case, and the possibility of wrongful imprisonment surfaces. As Benson's work is questioned, tension develops between her, ADA Haden and Bayard Ellis.
A man witnesses his wife's rape and kidnapping while video chatting with her on his way home from a business trip. The abductors seek a ransom, and the case grows more complex as detectives probe deeper.
A reporter and a vigilante group criticize the police for not finding a rapist on the loose in West SoHo, and the detectives keep hitting dead ends until one of the vigilante members is assaulted. Meanwhile, Amaro thinks his wife is having an affair, which (more…)
Detectives investigate a string of hate crimes against gay men, and the victims include the new fiancé of Fin's son. A private-school teacher is then similarly brutalized, and the evidence in his case points to a possible cover-up.
In the Season 8 opener, Goren and Eames investigate the shooting of a councilman's stepdaughter and her boyfriend. The drug-addicted pair were involved in blackmail schemes targeting the woman's politically powerful family.
Police dive into an underground world of self-mutilation and ritual amputation while searching for a missing woman. When a cleanly severed leg is found, the detectives look for links between their current investigation and a possibly similar cold case.
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- Birth Name: Richard A. Wolf
- Birth Place: New York, NY
- Birthday: December 20, 1946, Sagittarius
- Profession: Producer, Writer