History Series / LawAndOrderTrialByJury

5th Nov '17 12:15:49 PM Vehek
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* SnuffFilm: In "Skeleton", Kibre and Gaffney believe that a porn producer ordered a hit to cover up the on-video murder of a girl on a tape he sold. It was actually staged, and the lead that led to the discovery of the video planted so they would present the wrong motive for the crime.

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* SnuffFilm: In "Skeleton", Kibre and Gaffney believe that a porn producer ordered a hit to cover up the on-video murder of a girl on a tape he sold. It The video was actually staged, and the lead that led to the its discovery of the video planted so they would present the wrong motive for the crime.
5th Nov '17 12:11:44 PM Vehek
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* SnuffFilm: In "Skeleton", Kibre and Gaffney believe that a porn producer ordered a hit to cover up the on-video murder of a girl on a tape he sold. It was actually staged, and the lead that led to the discovery of the video planted so they would present the wrong motive for the crime.
17th Jun '17 9:21:17 PM jormis29
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Jerry Orbach's death meant Lennie Briscoe's death, as Orbach had only filmed two episodes when he died. In fact, he was reportedly already so weak that he could hardly finishing filming the second episode, and his final lines of dialogue had to be rewritten to accommodate his fatigue. Briscoe's death is not addressed in this show, but the main series eventually establishes that he died shortly after retirement.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Jerry Orbach's Creator/JerryOrbach's death meant Lennie Briscoe's death, as Orbach had only filmed two episodes when he died. In fact, he was reportedly already so weak that he could hardly finishing filming the second episode, and his final lines of dialogue had to be rewritten to accommodate his fatigue. Briscoe's death is not addressed in this show, but the main series eventually establishes that he died shortly after retirement.
12th Apr '17 9:40:28 PM somestrangecircus
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* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: Averted in "Day". In her first appearance of the episode, Casey Novak still has bruises on her face from being attacked in the previous episode; they do heal over the course of the trial.
12th Apr '17 9:19:31 PM somestrangecircus
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Jerry Orbach's death meant Lennie Briscoe's death, as Orbach had only filmed two episodes when he died. In fact, he was reportedly already so weak that he could hardly finishing filming the second episode, and his final lines of dialogue had to be rewritten to accommodate his fatigue. Briscoe's death is not addressed in this show, but the main series eventually establishes that he died shortly after retirement.
12th Apr '17 9:08:24 PM somestrangecircus
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* {{Determinator}}: Tracy Kibre.

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* {{Determinator}}: Tracy Tracey Kibre.


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* GilliganCut: In "Day". Benson and Stabler of ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' drop off their files relating to Gabriel Duvall with Kibre and it ends with this exchange:
-->'''Elliot Stabler''': We've got the guy for murdering one woman and raping another, so just tell us, please, there's no chance of him walking out of here tonight.
-->'''Tracey Kibre''': I'd be shocked if he made bail.
-->''cut to Branch's office''
-->'''Arthur Branch''': Of course he made bail!
-->'''Tracey Kibre''': It was two million dollars!


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** In the SVU crossover episode, we have Creator/AlfredMolina and Creator/AngelaLansbury as Gabriel and Eleanor Duvall, respectively an eccentric loner accused of rape and murder and his wealthy mother who refuses to accept what he's done.
4th Oct '16 10:03:32 PM Fireblood
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** Who called who out?
*** Off the top of my head, she was definitely called out for her actions by the presiding judge during the episode where the baby was killed (and he even vacates the jury verdict in her favor as she prejudiced the case). Her colleagues have at least a couple of times as well.
*** Kelly Gaffney also called her out in "Boys Will Be Boys" for excusing Hispanic jurors because they might sympathize.

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** Who called who out?
*** Off the top of my head, she was definitely called out
First for her actions by the presiding judge during the episode where the baby was killed (and he even vacates the jury verdict in her favor as she prejudiced the case). Her colleagues have also do it at least a couple of times as well.
*** Kelly Gaffney also later called her out in "Boys Will Be Boys" for excusing Hispanic jurors because they might sympathize.
6th Feb '16 11:26:23 PM Prfnoff
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Featured two appearances by Jerry Orbach as Detective Lennie Briscoe -- his last episodes of primetime television before his death.

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Featured two appearances by Jerry Orbach Creator/JerryOrbach as Detective Lennie Briscoe -- his last episodes of primetime television before his death.
15th Mar '15 2:42:25 AM Morgenthaler
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After it was canceled due to low ratings, the sets were reused for ''{{Conviction}}'', another ''Law & Order'' spinoff focusing on the LawProcedural side (which was also canceled due to low ratings after a very short run).

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After it was canceled due to low ratings, the sets were reused for ''{{Conviction}}'', ''Series/{{Conviction}}'', another ''Law & Order'' spinoff focusing on the LawProcedural side (which was also canceled due to low ratings after a very short run).
10th Mar '15 5:01:14 PM nombretomado
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* SpecialGuest: Creator/CandiceBergen as [[strike:[[BostonLegal Shirley Schmidt]]]] Judge Amanda Anderlee.

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* SpecialGuest: Creator/CandiceBergen as [[strike:[[BostonLegal [[strike:[[Series/BostonLegal Shirley Schmidt]]]] Judge Amanda Anderlee.
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