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Kibre and Gaffney take on a confusing case of murder and police corruption when a criminal is accused of killing a police officer. However, the A.D.A. must disregard the fact that the accused was shot 41 times by police.

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Caleb Deschanel

Writers:

Dick Wolf (created by), Walon Green
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bebe Neuwirth ... Tracey Kibre
Amy Carlson ... Kelly Gaffney
Kirk Acevedo ... Hector Salazar
Fred Dalton Thompson ... Arthur Branch (as Fred Thompson)
Jerry Orbach ... D.A. Investigator Lennie Briscoe
Peter Coyote ... Mike LaSalle
Anthony 'Treach' Criss ... Bruno Johnson (as Treach)
Jessica Chastain ... A.D.A. Sigrun Borg
James Hanlon ... Detective Hagen Burke
Curtiss Cook ... Detective Kwame Blakely (as Curtiss I'Cook)
Aliya Campbell Aliya Campbell ... Amanda Johnson
Peter Appel ... Frederick Merriwether
Suzette Gunn ... Elena Hernandez
Carey Lowell ... Jamie Ross
Candice Bergen ... Judge Amanda Anderlee
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Kibre and Gaffney take on a confusing case of murder and police corruption when a criminal is accused of killing a police officer. However, the A.D.A. must disregard the fact that the accused was shot 41 times by police.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14
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Language:

English

Release Date:

4 March 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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By the end of this episode, Jerry Orbach was so sick he could barely speak. In one scene they pulled back and added his voice later. Also, the verdict scene was rewritten so that all the dialog had to be whispered so that the Briscoe character could be featured. To explain this unusual use of the handicam perspective, the 'walkout' scene was added where the judge bars uniformed officers from being present in the courtroom after the police leave in protest. See more »

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Blowing Smoke
20 February 2013 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

This second episode of Trial By Jury marked the farewell performance of Jerry Orbach as Detective Lennie Briscoe, possibly one of the most popular characters ever to appear on television. The Law And Order franchise survived, but was never as popular.

Rapper Anthony 'Treach' Criss is our perpetrator here, he's a cop killer, he shot at several cops trying to serve a warrant and killed one of them. He's got a high price defense lawyer in Peter Coyote and he's good at blowing smoke in the jury's eyes. Remember it only takes one to hang the jury.

Some more people make some appearances to bind the show to the Law And Order prime show. We find out that Carey Lowell who was Sam Waterston's second chair for a few seasons has now become a judge. I remember on the prime show she was facing disbarment. Now how she got out of it and became a judge would make an interesting episode on SVU since that's the last running Law And Order show.

Candice Bergen makes a second appearance as a trial judge, but the dual between Bebe Neuwirth/Amy Carlson team and Peter Coyote is really quite the battle of capable adversaries. As for Treach, with what comes out at trial, no matter what the verdict this guy has not got a promising existence.

And this review is dedicated to Jerry Orbach who for years I enjoyed in every part he ever played and to Detective Lennie Briscoe whose trenchant observations on love, life, and marriage enlivened many a Law And Order show. RIP Jerry Orbach.


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