TV Series | TV-14 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Follows a crime, usually adapted from current headlines, from two separate vantage points, the police investigation and the prosecution in court.
Dann Florek and Richard Brooks were both let go after the third season, because producers felt the show needed female characters. They were replaced by S. Epatha Merkerson and Jill Hennessy respectively. Dann Florek was brought back for Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999), and Richard Brooks returned in a few episodes of Law & Order to play the same character but ... ...
Your grief might seem a little more real had you not just admitted you cut off your wife's head.
Throughout the series, the detectives (or the Crime Scene Unit Forensic Technicians) are able to ID a bullet caliber from the wound size. In reality this is impossible. A 9mm, .38, .40 and even a .45 all make wounds that are indistinguishable from each other on a body. The police also often look at a bullet and ID the pistol from it. While possible, this requires forensic analysis and is generally not very conclusive because the bullet is too deformed. The conformation of a particular bullet coming from a particular gun using "ballistic fingerprinting" has never resulted in a conviction.
At the start of the season one episode "Torrents of Greed, Part 2" the customary "In the criminal justice system..." opening monologue and screen title were replaced with a monologue and screen title about manipulation of the legal system.
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