Benson and Rollins talk to an alleged rape victim who thinks her attacker will get away with it.
Director Tom DiCillo reveals the secrets to crafting the best performances out of the SVU cast.
A life-long friendship is ripped apart by a sexting scandal.
The Squad discusses what Maddox said during his interrogation as well as what he didn't say.
Orion Bauer can't believe what Wilkins is accused of.
Benson finds out that something happened to Tensley when she was a young teenager.
Sometimes even the detectives of the Special Victims Unit need a good laugh.
Benson squares off with a ruthless psychopath who rapes and tortures women, then dances through legal loopholes with ease and confidence.
Stabler's daughter goes beyond her mean to help Stabler's case.
Unable to curb her raw emotions, Benson tears into a victim during questioning, causing Cragen to step in and send her home.
Rollins visits Amaro in jail to tries to convince him that he has to fight these charges and not throw his career away on a dirt-bag.
Hargitay tears up as she discusses her character's personal growth and the adoption of baby Noah.
Benson's new detective, Dominick "Sonny" Carisi Jr., is off to a rocky start at SVU.
Executive Producer Warren Leight celebrates SVU?s 300th episode on set with the cast and crew.
An interview with a rape victim reveals a massive school-wide cover-up at a local university.
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