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Amaro wounds a teenager who's a suspected drug dealer, but the case gets negative media attention. As Amaro wrestles with his conscience, he must also decide if fighting for his badge is worth it. Meanwhile, Cragen makes a shocking announcement.
Finch receives 38 numbers at once, which turn out to be connected to a mysterious person who is instigating a major conflict between HR and the Russian mob. Meanwhile, Carter's past with her son's father is revealed through a series of flashbacks.
Benson is investigated following William Lewis' death, and a prosecutor convenes a grand jury and calls for her arrest. While two lieutenants advise Benson to save her career at all costs, she wrestles with what's the right thing to do.
An off-duty police officer is murdered when she stumbles upon a diamond heist. The investigation reveals the thieves are connected to a retired mob boss Henry dealt with years ago, so he pays the man a visit, much to Frank's dismay. Jennifer Esposito guest (more…)
Frank and Danny search for a homemade bomb they learn is going to be detonated in Manhattan. The investigation reveals the bomb may be connected to terrorists and Islamic people are targeted for questioning, which leads to a dispute over the pros and cons (more…)
After a bomb explodes at a renovation site, killing a 12-year-old, the general contractor (Robert John Burke) is questioned. Melinda Mullins. Chapel: Skipp Sudduth. Pence: Stephen Singer. Krasner: Ilene Getz. Gaston: Ralph Byers. Tiller: Steve Harris.
Benson and Stabler probe the murder of an investment banker. Elsewhere, Benson starts dating a newspaper editor (Bill Pullman), but his work conflicts with her position at the department. Beverly D'Angelo also guest stars.