History Awesome / LawAndOrder

25th Mar '18 5:53:49 PM Zaan
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** The rant ends with [=McCoy=] calmly offering the attorney some advice: [[SuddenlyShouting "GET OUT OF MY WAY!"]]
26th Feb '18 12:41:42 PM Daethalion
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* Don Cragen gets his moment near the end of "The Blue Wall" when, after finally being forced to [[BrokenPedestal confront the truth]] that his mentor in the force is a dirty cop, decides to nail the bastard himself by taping a conversation in which he requests to get in on the action since his name has already been smeared across the precinct.

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* Don Cragen gets his moment near the end of "The Blue Wall" when, after finally being forced to [[BrokenPedestal confront the truth]] that his mentor in the force is a dirty cop, decides to nail the bastard himself by taping a conversation in which he requests to get in on the action since his name has already been smeared across the precinct. Don's tape becomes the key piece of evidence that leads to the chief's conviction, along with an accomplice evidence clerk and a ''U.S. Congressman''.
26th Feb '18 12:40:03 PM Daethalion
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* Don Cragen gets his moment near the end of "The Blue Wall" when, after finally being forced to [[BrokenPedestal confront the truth]] that his mentor in the force is a dirty cop, decides to nail the bastard himself by taping a conversation in which he requests to get in on the action since his name has already been smeared across the precinct.
4th Feb '18 6:34:52 AM SeizureFerret
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** Mrs. Perez, the girl's teacher, testifies on seeing marks on the girl's body that indicated physical abuse. When she is about to leave, she gives just one word to the mother. Just one and it's effect is lasting.

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** Mrs. Perez, the girl's teacher, testifies on seeing marks on the girl's body that indicated physical abuse. When she is about to leave, she gives just one word to the mother. Just one and it's its effect is lasting.
21st Jan '18 11:33:01 PM cjqtwm
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* Despite her short run, DA Nora Lewin gets one near the end of "[[PunnyTitle Judge]] [[ComicBook/JudgeDredd Dread]]", when she calmly tells off HangingJudge Linda Karlin for Karlin's sentences. [[note]] (In this case, Karlin had blocked a plea bargain for [[WhiteCollarCrime a small-fish accountant with no priors)]].[[/note]] The defendant's desperation to avoid decades in prison had driven him to hire (and not repudiate) a hitman with the help of ''another'' prisoner sentenced by Judge Karlin. Karlin, however, is incredulous that Jack and Abbie offered him a plea deal, which also covered his original fraud charge. Nora's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech states in no uncertain terms that "any judge who reflexively imposes the maximum in every case just forces the hard decisions on the rest of us."

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* Despite her short run, DA Nora Lewin gets one near the end of "[[PunnyTitle Judge]] [[ComicBook/JudgeDredd Dread]]", when she calmly tells off HangingJudge Linda Karlin for Karlin's sentences. [[note]] (In this case, Karlin had blocked a plea bargain for [[WhiteCollarCrime a small-fish accountant with no priors)]].[[/note]] priors]].)[[/note]] The defendant's desperation to avoid decades in prison had driven him to hire (and not repudiate) a hitman with the help of ''another'' prisoner sentenced by Judge Karlin. Karlin, however, is incredulous that Jack and Abbie offered him a plea deal, which also covered his original fraud charge. Nora's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech states in no uncertain terms that "any judge who reflexively imposes the maximum in every case just forces the hard decisions on the rest of us."
13th Jan '18 8:38:56 PM cjqtwm
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* Despite her short run, DA Nora Lewin gets one near the end of "[[PunnyTitle Judge]] [[ComicBook/JudgeDredd Dread]]", when she calmly tells off HangingJudge Linda Karlin for Karlin's sentences. [[note]] (In this case, Karlin had blocked a plea bargain for [[WhiteCollarCrime a small-fish accountant with no priors]].[[/note]] The defendant's desperation to avoid decades in prison had driven him to hire (and not repudiate) a hitman with the help of ''another'' prisoner sentenced by Judge Karlin. Karlin, however, is incredulous that Jack and Abbie offered him a plea deal, which also covered his original fraud charge. Nora's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech states in no uncertain terms that "any judge who reflexively imposes the maximum in every case just forces the hard decisions on the rest of us."

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* Despite her short run, DA Nora Lewin gets one near the end of "[[PunnyTitle Judge]] [[ComicBook/JudgeDredd Dread]]", when she calmly tells off HangingJudge Linda Karlin for Karlin's sentences. [[note]] (In this case, Karlin had blocked a plea bargain for [[WhiteCollarCrime a small-fish accountant with no priors]].priors)]].[[/note]] The defendant's desperation to avoid decades in prison had driven him to hire (and not repudiate) a hitman with the help of ''another'' prisoner sentenced by Judge Karlin. Karlin, however, is incredulous that Jack and Abbie offered him a plea deal, which also covered his original fraud charge. Nora's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech states in no uncertain terms that "any judge who reflexively imposes the maximum in every case just forces the hard decisions on the rest of us."
12th Jan '18 7:22:24 PM cjqtwm
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* Despite her short run, DA Nora Lewin gets one near the end of "[[PunnyTitle Judge]] [[ComicBook/JudgeDredd Dread]]", when she calmly tells off HangingJudge Linda Karlin for Karlin's sentences. [[note]] (In this case, Karlin had blocked a plea bargain for [[WhiteCollarCrime a small-fish accountant with no priors]].[[/note]] The defendant's desperation to avoid decades in prison had driven him to hire (and not repudiate) a hitman with the help of ''another'' prisoner sentenced by Judge Karlin. Karlin, however, is incredulous that Jack and Abbie offered him a plea deal, which also covered his original embezzling charge. Nora's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech states in no uncertain terms that "any judge who reflexively imposes the maximum in every case just forces the hard decisions on the rest of us."

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* Despite her short run, DA Nora Lewin gets one near the end of "[[PunnyTitle Judge]] [[ComicBook/JudgeDredd Dread]]", when she calmly tells off HangingJudge Linda Karlin for Karlin's sentences. [[note]] (In this case, Karlin had blocked a plea bargain for [[WhiteCollarCrime a small-fish accountant with no priors]].[[/note]] The defendant's desperation to avoid decades in prison had driven him to hire (and not repudiate) a hitman with the help of ''another'' prisoner sentenced by Judge Karlin. Karlin, however, is incredulous that Jack and Abbie offered him a plea deal, which also covered his original embezzling fraud charge. Nora's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech states in no uncertain terms that "any judge who reflexively imposes the maximum in every case just forces the hard decisions on the rest of us."
12th Jan '18 6:56:54 PM cjqtwm
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* Despite her short run, DA Nora Lewin gets one near the end of "[[PunnyTitle Judge]] [[ComicBook/JudgeDredd Dread]]", when she calmly tells off HangingJudge Linda Karlin for Karlin's sentences. [[note]] (In this case, Karlin had refused to honor a plea bargain for [[WhiteCollarCrime a small-fish accountant with no priors]].[[/note]] The defendant's desperation to avoid decades in prison had driven him to hire (and not repudiate) a hitman with the help of ''another'' prisoner sentenced by Judge Karlin. Karlin, however, is incredulous that Jack and Abbie offered him a plea deal, which also covered his original embezzling charge. Nora's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech states in no uncertain terms that "any judge who reflexively imposes the maximum in every case just forces the hard decisions on the rest of us."

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* Despite her short run, DA Nora Lewin gets one near the end of "[[PunnyTitle Judge]] [[ComicBook/JudgeDredd Dread]]", when she calmly tells off HangingJudge Linda Karlin for Karlin's sentences. [[note]] (In this case, Karlin had refused to honor blocked a plea bargain for [[WhiteCollarCrime a small-fish accountant with no priors]].[[/note]] The defendant's desperation to avoid decades in prison had driven him to hire (and not repudiate) a hitman with the help of ''another'' prisoner sentenced by Judge Karlin. Karlin, however, is incredulous that Jack and Abbie offered him a plea deal, which also covered his original embezzling charge. Nora's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech states in no uncertain terms that "any judge who reflexively imposes the maximum in every case just forces the hard decisions on the rest of us."
11th Jan '18 11:25:48 PM cjqtwm
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* Despite her short run, DA Nora Lewin gets one near the end of "[[PunnyTitle Judge]] [[ComicBook/JudgeDredd Dread]]", when she calmly tells off HangingJudge Linda Karlin for Karlin's sentences. [[note]] (In this case, Karlin had refused to honor a plea bargain for [[WhiteCollarCrime a small-fish accountant with no priors]].[[/note]] The defendant's desperation to avoid decades in prison had driven him to hire (and not repudiate) a hitman with the help of ''another'' prisoner sentenced by Judge Karlin. Karlin, however, is incredulous that Jack and Abbie offered him a plea deal, which also covered his original embezzling charge. Nora's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech states in no uncertain terms that "any judge who reflexively imposes the maximum in every case just forces the hard decisions on the rest of us."
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* A small one but no less awesome one in the Season 13 premiere "American Jihad", when Ed gives a particularly annoying InsufferableGenius suspect a beautiful ShutUpHannibal.

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* A small one but no less awesome one in the Season 13 season premiere "American Jihad", when Ed gives a particularly annoying InsufferableGenius suspect a beautiful ShutUpHannibal.
16th Sep '17 9:24:00 PM bweb
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* In "Wager", Ben Stone is interviewing someone involved in a murder-for-hire, a ScaryBlackMan who threatens Stone during the interview. Stone, clearly less than impressed, takes off his glasses and delivers his own, very eloquent threat.
--> '''Ben Stone''': Mr. Lang, I get the feeling that you did this for hire. Now, I can charge you with murder, and if you don't start talking you're the one who's going to be serving a life sentence.
--> '''Joey 'Dogs' Lang''': Well, if I'm going for one, I might as well go for the deuce.
--> '''Ben Stone''': Is that a threat, sir?
--> '''Joey 'Dogs' Lang''': I could be over this table and crack your head before that clown could do anything about it. See, I'm not going down for something I *didn't* do.
--> '''Ben Stone''': Sir, you just threatened a man who could charge you with murder. And right now, I don't give a damn about your innocence. So what good did that do you?
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