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…)
The killing of a professional escort leads to a case involving the close relationships between a young man (Matt Keeslar) and two older women (Laila Robins, Penny Fuller). Daniel Messler: John Cunningham. Judge Barry: Doris Belack. Det. Tarvis: Karen Ziemb (more…)
The investigation into a corrections officer's killing leads to a case involving sex in prison and a female inmate who had been prosecuted by Carmichael (Angie Harmon). Alice: Cara Buono. Danielle Melnick: Tovah Feldshuh. Ricky Crimmins: Joe Latimore. Luis (more…)
A double murder leads to a case involving the deceased's wife and stepmother (Bellamy Young) and a problem with Canadian officials over the suspect's extradition due to Canada's objection to the death penalty. Anne Paulsen: Glynnis O'Connor.
A baby's suspicious death leads to a case involving foreign adoptions and a doctor whom McCoy accuses of "peddling defective children." Connery: Edward Conery. Megan: Monique Fowler. Dr. Kostov: Victor Steinbach. Nicholas: Spencer Breslin.
McCoy attempts to prove that a teen's murder should be linked to the ideas voiced by a white supremacist (Michael Cumpsty). Lamotte: Larry Clarke. Latimer: Jonathan Hogan. Derek: Paul Dawson. Jessica: Anna Belknap. Peter: Joshua Harto. Judge Scarletti: Ted (more…)
A vicious hate crime leads to a case involving a nervous eyewitness and the police's “blue wall of silence.” Fratelli: David Valcin. Lemotte: Larry Clarke. Dietrich: John Ventimiglia. Veitch: John A. MacKay. Gerwitz John Driver. Carlson: Mark Mineart.
A police-department cover-up stymies the prosecution of a 30-year-old murder case involving a college protester and a security guard (Michael Higgins). Kushner: Roy Thinnes. Walder: Robert Hogan. Latham: Cynthia Hayden. McCoy: Sam Waterston.
The investigation into the murder of a community leader, who was beaten to death with a baseball bat, focuses on a struggling college student (Avery Waddell). Winters: Ruben Santiago-Hudson. Mills: Sean Cullen. Perry: Curtis McClaren. Clayton: Ron Foster.
An investigation of multiple slayings leads to the arrest of a schizophrenic (Denis O'Hare), who insists on acting as his own defense. Patricia: Ann Dowd. Lowe: David Aaron Baker. Joanne: Maryann Plunkett. Judge Rivera: Shawn Elliott
After an infant is poisoned, all evidence points to the baby's au pair---but the woman insists that she didn't do it. Miller: Patti LuPone. Karmel: Dennis Parlato. Ben: Charlie Hofheimer. Wendy: Kim Raver. Judge: Rosemary DeAngelis.
The detectives and lawyers are deeply affected after witnessing an execution. Dr. Geller: Len Cariou. Jaime: Jennifer Garner. Cathy: Jennifer Bill. Manny: Bill Otis. Ms. Stadler: Erin Cohen. Kincaid: Jill Hennessy. Briscoe: Jerry Orbach. Curtis: Benjamin B (more…)
The detectives try to find the killer of a wife and mother, who was murdered for her car. Fernando: Victor Sierra. Anna: Cyndi Cartagena. Mercer: George Martin. Mrs. Galvez: Divina Cook. Wrightman: Louise Sorel. Rankin: Lawrence Arancio. Judge Scarletti: T (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.
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…)
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