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The investigation of a cabbie's murder involves a loan shark, a check, a missing plumber and the victim's wife. Denise: Lisa Gay Hamilton. Elliott: Michael Beach. Breck: Mike Starr. Judge: Dominic Chianese. Contini: Frank Pellegrino. Briscoe: Jerry Orbach (more…)
A murder case involves mistaken identity and a possible link between the election of a state senator (Deborah Hedwall) and a crime family. Kate Pierce: Kate Jennings Grant. Linde: Joe Grifasi. Judge: Karen Shallo. Christian Coulter: Peter Jay Fernandez. Lo (more…)
In a repeat of the sixth-season opener, Lea Thompson (“Caroline in the City”) plays a widow who claims to have found the daughter she believes was kidnapped four years earlier. Donna Emmett: Viola Davis. Matt Branson: Beau Gravitte. Sarah Branson: Cami (more…)
Two bounty hunters (Nick Sandow, Christopher McHale) seem to be one step ahead of the detectives during a murder investigation. Shrier: Christine Farrell. Festov: Stephen DeRosa. Branson: Robert LuPone. Millie: Kerry O'Malley. Spellman: Michael Hobbs.
The case of a dead diver causes tension to surface between the department and the FBI over possible terrorist connections. Goren and Eames' probe, however, leads them to the treacherous world of deep-sea treasure hunters.
After a prisoner's murder, an investigation leads to a suspect, but the question arises if he acted on his own or on orders. Bennett: Matt Mulheren. Webber: Thomas G. Waites. Granick: Ned Eisenberg. Judge Bourke: Donna Hanover. Sokolsky: Billy Strong. Dona (more…)
After the co-owner of a leather-clothing store is found murdered, a case develops that involves adoption and extradition. Nathan Becker: Sam Schacht. Sylvia Becker: Laurie Heineman. Eli Becker: Evan Handler. Feldman: Bruce Altman. Lewin: Dianne Wiest. Carm (more…)
A former Black Panther (Clarence Williams III) stands trial for the fatal shooting of a police detective. Leon Chiles: Joe Morton. Judge Burks: Mike Hodge. Ronnie Blair: Michael Williams Connors. Anne Kearsey: Caren Browning. Green: Jesse L. Martin. McCoy: (more…)
The detectives investigate a 1981 murder in which a suspect was a powerful ambassador's son. Nathanson: Ron Leibman. Brannigan: Brad Sullivan. Ambassador Sarno: Remak Ramsay. Michael Sarno: Ken Marks. Mrs. Moseley: Barbara Andres. Judge Rivera: Shawn Ellio (more…)
Benson and Stabler deal with a murder suspect's fierce lawyer (Lena Olin) as they reopen a similar 20-year-old case. DA Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) then questions the legality of the attorney's actions.
The killing of a school's hockey coach leads to a case in which the defendant claims that he committed the crime while suffering from “sports rage.” Ray Taylor: Harley Venton. Keith Taylor: Geoffrey Wigdor. Patty Taylor: Isabel Glasser. Efrain Ferrer: (more…)
An assistant manager at a jewelers discovers four bodies at the store; later, the accused murderer insists on representing himself at the trial. Richard Morriston: Tim Guinee. Paul Lyman: Keir Dullea. Judge Bradley: Peter McRobbie. Carol Gibbons: Penny Bal (more…)
Benson and Stabler investigate the assault of a disabled woman who cannot speak. They narrow in on two prime suspects, the victim's sister (Jill Scott) and nephew (Quinton Aaron), and they try to get the victim to stand up for herself.
The death of a lab technician and the abduction of 17 infected monkeys lead to a trial involving the treatment of research animals. Oyler: Terrence Mann. Peavey: Kevin Isola. Maxine: Tricia Paoluccio. May Peavey: Tresa Hughes. Liddle: Dennis Creaghan. McCo (more…)
The case of a woman found murdered in her bed reminds Cragen of a 30-year-old case from the Bronx. The investigation then leads Benson and Stabler to question a patrol cop (Jaclyn Smith) and the prime suspect's ex-lover (Ann-Margret).
An ADA (Sharon Stone) who is Stabler's ex-partner requests that he and Benson investigate a case involving a father accused of murdering his two young daughters in a fire. Stabler then resorts to some problematic methods of interrogation.
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- Birth Name: Richard A. Wolf
- Birth Place: New York, NY
- Birthday: December 20, 1946, Sagittarius
- Profession: Producer, Writer
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