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After a piano teacher (John Benjamin Hickey) is arrested for pedophilia, the detectives want a long-time student (Wilson Jermaine Heredia) to testify against him. Oslow: Tibor Feldman. Jonathon: Marc John Jefferies. Jonathon's Father: Joseph Edward. Judge (more…)
Police search for an underage prostitute who's disappeared and realize she fits a pattern of missing prostitutes who placed ads on the same Web site. The case adds conflict to Benson and Haden's new romance as their personal and professional lives blur.
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…)
Reiley McClendon plays Logan Stanton and his sister Lindsay, twin teens who are involved in a case of murders and child molestation. Dr. Preston Blair: Peter Firth. Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: Mary Stuart Masterson. Clark Stanton: John Bolger. Amelia Stanton: Hil (more…)
Benson is sent the location of the remains of a 7-year-old boy who disappeared in 1980, and the investigation involves a pedophile (John Savage) on death row. Deacon Brinn: Terry Serpico. Avery Shaw: Michael Shannon. Julia Brinn: Angelica Torn. Benson: Mar (more…)
While investigating a brutal beating and murder, Stabler learns that crime-scene photos match a new video game. The defense attorney (Barry Bostwick) later blames the killing on the game. Menendez: Robert Montano. Lt. Moore: Lenore Pemberton. Dickie Stable (more…)
ADA Alexandra Cabot (Stephanie March) comes out of witness protection to testify against the assassin (Brian F. O'Byrne) who tried to kill her. Antonio: Reymond Wittmann. Mike Sandoval: Nicholas Gonzalez. Roger Kessler: Ned Eisenberg. Agent Hammond: Mitch (more…)
Stabler interrogates a suspect (Matthew Modine) at length regarding the rapes and murders of two girls---even though they occurred 14 years apart. Dorothy: Anne Pitoniak. Linda: Michele Santopietro. Antoine: Anthony Inneo. Stabler: Christopher Meloni.
A psychic (Martin Short), to whom Stabler takes an instant dislike, is anxious to help the police in the abduction of a teenager. Carlene: Mary Mara. Mrs. Sellers: Marianne Hagan. Chloe: Taylor Spreitler. Sister Peg: Charlayne Woodard. Jake: Luke Robertson (more…)
Benson and Stabler respond to the accusation of a mother (Cathy Moriarty) who claims that her 15-year-old daughter was raped by a boyfriend, 21. Simone Bryce: Glenne Headly. Carrie: Danielle Panabaker. Justin Sharp: Jon Foster. Trevor Langan: Peter Hermann (more…)
Angela Lansbury plays the mother of a rape suspect (Alfred Molina) in a crossover episode with “Law & Order: Trial by Jury.” Mildred: Rita Moreno. Whitaker: Bradley Cooper. Nina: Anya Migdal. Milan: Stelio Savante. Kibre: Bebe Neuwirth. Salazar: Kirk A (more…)
Stabler takes a special interest in the welfare of an elderly woman (Melinda Dillon) who claims that she's not the victim of physical abuse by her son (Matt Schulze). Frances Chandler: Judith Ivey. Carol: Christine Elise. Sam: Lauren Hodges. Stabler: Chris (more…)
The discovery of a dismembered corpse leads detectives to a body-parts ring that operates in the black market. Amy Solwey: Marlee Matlin. Bianco: Marc Grapey. McGovern: Kevin Carroll. Dr. Swan: John Ottavino. Munch: Richard Belzer. Stabler: Christopher Me (more…)
The violent behavior of two former Army reservists is linked to an antimalaria drug, and Novak locks horns with the Defense Department. Trainer: John Dossett. Hemphill: Jon Bernthal. Anthony: William Ullrich. Callahan: R.E. Rodgers. Col. Gage: Julian Gambl (more…)