Kibre goes after a Broadway producer for the death of an actress who he was dating when she went missing. The only problem is they have not found the body and have little evidence that he did it. Will they be able to make a case against him?
Special Guest Stars: Sam Waterston
as Executive A.D.A. Jack McCoy |
A police officer is killed by a criminal with a long rap sheet. The accused appears to have been shot 41 times by police and the defendant’s attorney has brought up claims of police corruption to help their case.
Gaffney and Kibre must prosecute a man who is charged with killing a pedophile who, according to the community, had been violating his parole. The case takes a turn when they discover that the defendant’s attorney helped him in the murder.
A young woman is raped and murdered. Three boys from different backgrounds are accused of it. Who, if any of them, will be found guilty of the crime?
Kibre and Gaffney prosecute the nanny of a young child who died from what appears to be shaken baby syndrome, but is the nanny really the one that caused it?
This episode is dedicated to Jerry Orbach, October 20, 1935 - December 28, 2004.
A big name basketball player is accused of rape and murder. Problems arise when Kibre has to deal with the jury, the fans and his defense lawyer. The case takes another turn when the defendant’s wife makes a mistake on the stand.
Kibre prosecutes a man who shot up the bank where he worked, killing the woman who was responsible for his son being in a coma. The man decides to represent himself, and a sympathetic jury means they have to do some old fashioned police work to make their case.
Kibre works with Detective Fontana to find out why Detective Ed Green was really shot, and Kibre puts her career on the line to solve the case.
Despite good advice not to, Kibre puts a lot at stake to re-try a case where a murderer was released due to falsified evidence. Her hopes lay with a witness who doesn't want to remember, and she is faced with an ethical problem.
Kibre must prosecute 2 police officers who are accused of the murder of a man who died in their custody, but is that what really happened?
A.D.A. Kibre works with Detectives Stabler and Benson to prosecute a serial rapist Gabriel after an attack on A.D.A Novak. The man's trail of victims through the years has been whitewashed by his wealthy and protective mother Eleanor. So Kibre must also overcome witness intimidation and a defense lawyer who will do anything to prove his client's innocence.
Kibre has to prosecute a man accused with the murder of his girlfriend, but the case takes a turn when the man's father confesses and she must figure out which of them is telling the truth.
A doorman at a high-end Upper Eastside building saves a tenant's life when he pulls a homeless man off her, but kills him in the process. What appears to be an act of a Good Samaritan is actually much more complicated.