Provider: Eastern (ET) Change
The shooting of a black activist involves a man who believes that his father's murder was caused by the activist. Angela: Michelle Hurd. Huey: Chris McKinney. Books: Ron Cephas Jones. Mrs. Tate: Gloria Foster. Dubois: Samuel E. Wright. McCoy: Sam Waterston (more…)
The attempted murder of a family man leads to a case involving a vendetta and the possibility that a death that was ruled accidental five years earlier may have been a killing. Estelle: Frances Sternhagen. Ruth: Jenny Robertson. Harvey: Tom Riis Farrell. J (more…)
A woman jumps off a bridge, and witnesses say that she was running away from a man who was threatening her. Harold Dorning: John Cullum. Di Marco: Tony Lo Bianco. Robert Dorning: Christopher Cousins. Mike McDugan Jr.: John Conlee. Briscoe: Jerry Orbach.
After the treasurer of an apartment co-op is shot to death in the building's garage, the detectives discover that the killing may have been a case of mistaken identity. Russo: George DiCenzo. Tashjian: Scott Bryce. Flores: Victor Argo. Susan: Dana Reeve. T (more…)
The killing of an honor student by a cop stirs up racial unrest, and Greevey and Logan try to determine if a gun was planted on the deceased by a policeman (John Finn). Silky: Erik King. Doris: Erika Alexander. Greevey: George Dzundza. Stone: Michael Moria (more…)
Greevey and Logan investigate a child-abuse case that involves a battered wife (Marcia Jean Kurtz) and her spouse (David Groh), a therapist who deals in cocaine. Shambala: Lorraine Toussaint. Judge: Louis Zorich. Babcock: John Seitz. Logan: Chris Noth.
The discovery of a corpse leads Greevey and Logan to the door of a city commissioner (Larry Keith), whose alibi is a socialite (Frances Conroy) with a dark secret. Stohlmeyer: Amy Aquino. Cathy: Marjorie Monaghan. Sondra: Fran Brill. Greevey: George Dzundz (more…)
A black teen (Kisha Miller) claims that she was raped by white policemen, and Stone and Robinette's efforts to build a case are stymied by a politician (J.A. Preston). Mrs. Crawford: Sandra Reaves-Phillips. Mr. Crawford: Frankie R. Faison. Stone: Michael M (more…)
A woman is killed by an explosion at an abortion clinic, and Stone and Robinette want to prosecute whoever ordered the bombing. Rose Schwimmer: Caroline Kava. Mrs. Donovan: Laurie Kennedy. Celeste: Bridgit Ryan. Kevin: Kevin O'Rourke. Stone: Michael Moriar (more…)
Greevey and Logan search for a suspected cop killer (Jerome Preston Bates), whose lawyer (David Margulies) wants to make a deal with Stone and Robinette. Sandoval: Wendy Makkena. Cassie: Nan-Lynn Nelson. Yost: Louis Guss. Logan: Chris Noth. Stone: Michael (more…)
Greevey and Logan reopen an investigation to help Stone and Robinette build a case involving an assault on a TV reporter (Megan Gallagher). Pruiting: Al Shannon. Cutrona: Ken Johnston. Lucia: Sandy Baron. Schiff: Steven Hill. Stone: Michael Moriarty.
After the police probe an assault on a candy-store owner, Stone and Robinette build a sweet case against a mobster (Charles Cioffi). Part 1 of two. Le Claire: Lee Richardson. Zuckert: Steven Keats. Pilefsky: Stephen McHattie. Beigel: Bruce Altman. Stone: M (more…)
Conclusion. Stone (Michael Moriarty) tries to get Beigel (Bruce Altman) to turn against his brother-in-law, the "dandy don" (Charles Cioffi). Katherine: Christine Baranski. Pilefsky: Stephen McHattie. Le Claire: Lee Richardson. Greevey: George Dzundza. Log (more…)
The killing of an infant triggers a case in which Stone goes after the person who hired a teenage killer (Justin Cozier). Mrs. Winters: S. Epatha Merkerson. Ingrams: James McDaniel. Anson: Brad Sullivan. Kay: Michael Mantell. Greevey: George Dzundza. Logan (more…)
In the prosecution of a young man (Enrique Munoz) accused of killing a drug dealer, Stone is pitted against a flashy lawyer (J.D. Cannon) who's never lost a case. Shambala: Lorraine Toussaint. Father Torres: Paul Calderon. Mrs. Rivers: Miriam Colon. Stone: (more…)
After a wealthy couple are murdered in their home, their sons (Matt Hofherr, Stephen Mailer) become the prime suspects. Margaret: Frances Sternhagen. Petrovich: Jonathan Hadary. Schwab: Lewis Stadlen. Osinski: Olek Krupa. Greevey: George Dzundza.
Greevey and Logan (George Dzundza, Chris Noth) investigate a killing involving Irish terrorists. O'Connell: Anthony Heald. Fenwick: Paxton Whitehead. Mrs. McDiarmid: Betty Miller. Mallahan: Donal Donnelly. McCarter: Kevin J. O'Connor. Stone: Michael Moriar (more…)
Cragen is under investigation for conspiracy in a case involving the chief of operations (Robert Lansing), a friend who may have laundered drug money. McCrory: William Andrews. Wilson: Pirie MacDonald. Marge: Ellen Tobie. Stone: Michael Moriarty.
Logan tries to cope with his former partner's murder, while seeking the killer and adjusting to a new partner (Paul Sorvino). Dan Jr.: Vyto Ruginis. Olivet: Carolyn McCormick. Stern: Nicolas Coster. Dan Sr.: Val Avery. Logan: Chris Noth. Stone: Michael Mor (more…)
A double homicide casts suspicion on the dead man's widow and son (Shirley Knight, Geoffrey Nauffts), and the murdered woman's ex-boyfriend (David Lansbury). Lehrman: Jerry Orbach. Judge Stein: Joan Copeland. Sheila: Catherine Lloyd Burns. Cerreta: Paul So (more…)
A lethal drug overdose leads to a case involving an aggressive stage mother (Marilyn Rockafellow) and pornographic movies. Pollard: Tony Roberts. Danielle Melnick: Tovah Feldshuh. Patti: Maura Tierney. Dr. Seliger: Stephen Newman. Stone: Michael Moriarty.
Cast & Details See all »
- Premiered: September 13, 1990
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: Durable cops-and-lawyers procedural with gripping headline-inspired storylines and two distinct halves: the investigation of the crime, followed by the prosecution of the case in court. (more)