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Season 16

344 :16x01 - Girls Disappeared

Sergeant Benson juggles work and her new role as foster mother to baby Noah Porter. Amaro, now working the traffic beat in Queens, arrests an underage prostitute with connections to Noah’s mother Ellie, who was "greenlit" by her pimp and brutally murdered. Amaro’s undercover work sets off a chain of events that puts everyone connected to the case - even baby Noah - in danger. Meanwhile, a new detective assigned to Manhattan SVU starts off on the wrong foot.

Source: NBC
Guest Stars: Jayne Houdyshell as Judge Ruth Linden | Michael Kostroff as Attorney | Emma Greenwell as Ellie Porter | Amina Robinson as Officer D'Bora Maresko | Peter Scanavino as Detective Dominick "Sonny" Carisi, Jr. | Lobo Sebastian as Joaquin Menendez | Manny Perez as Angel Perez | Alexa Mansour as Luna Garcia | Laura Gomez as Selena Cruz | Lenny Venito as John Gatto | Gavin-Keith Umeh as Little Tino | Bronwyn Reed as Lucy Huston |
Co-Guest Stars: Sara Contreras as Alminia Aguilar | William Oliver Watkins as Uni | Maria Rivera as Carmen | Chelsea Lj Lopez as Missy Brooks | Ciara Renee as Sra Perez | Angel Romero as Miguel
Director: Alex Chapple

345 :16x02 - American Disgrace

Basketball superstar Shakir "The Shark" Wilkins announces his partnership with the Orion Bay clothing line, owned by billionaire Orion Bauer and his daughter Cordelia. But the SVU intervenes when Orion press rep Carla Cannon tells reporters she was raped by Wilkins. When more women come forward, Benson and Detective Carisi disagree on the authenticity of each woman’s story, and Barba takes a shaky case to court. Meanwhile, the case takes Rollins to her former precinct in Atlanta, where ex-colleagues bring up old memories.

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Special Guest Stars: Stacy Keach as Orion Bauer | Sandy Duncan as Judge Virginia Farrell |
Guest Stars: Teri Polo as Cordelia Bauer | Peter Scanavino as Detective Dominick "Sonny" Carisi, Jr. | Henry Simmons as Shakir "The Shark" Wilkins | Kelley Missal as Carla Cannon | Elizabeth Marvel as Counselor Rita Calhoun | Myk Watford as Captain Sam Reynolds |
Co-Guest Stars: Lakisha May as Tiana | Patricia Noonan as Macie-Lynn Pearce | Al Trautwig as Himself

346 :16x03 - Producer's Backend

Amaro reports to the scene of a car crash where Hollywood starlet Tensley Evans tries to flirt her way out of an arrest. Amaro's by-the-book handling of the situation gets him back on the SVU squad, just in time to investigate Tensley's latest offense - the statutory rape of a 15 year-old boy. But Benson suspects that underlying issues may have led to Tensley's downward spiral - is the victimizer also a victim?

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Guest Stars: Stevie Lynn Jones as Tensley Evans | Peter Scanavino as Detective Dominick "Sonny" Carisi, Jr. | Brian d'Arcy James as Adam Brubeck | Dana Wheeler-Nicholson as Donna Evans | Ron Rifkin as Defense Attorney Marvin Exley | Gary Milner as Dennis George | Drigan Lee as Brody Clark | Robert John Burke as IAB Lieutenant Ed Tucker | Dennis Boutsikaris as Dr. Jim Durant | Aida Turturro as Judge Felicia Catano | Tabitha Holbert as Assistant D.A. Rose Callier | Bronwyn Reed as Lucy Huston | Linda Emond as Dr. Emily Sopher |
Co-Guest Stars: Kaitlyn Bausch as Maude Peterson | Hoda Kotb as Herself | Josh Saviano as Counselor Don Taft | Jonathan Marballi as Officer Tommy Ryan | Mark Boyett as Tom Miller | Tommy Nelson as Gregory Miller | Jazmyn Richardson as Janae

347 :16x04 - Holden's Manifesto

New York City bike messenger Holden March creates a video diary of his troubles with women. Talk soon escalates to action, and the SVU scrambles to find his manifesto before he commits another violent act. When Rollins and Amaro come face to face with Holden, they find out just how dangerous a desperate man can be. Meanwhile, as Benson balances the responsibilities of motherhood and career, the new Deputy Chief of SVU calls her leadership into question.

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Guest Stars: John Karna as Holden March | Peter Gallagher as Deputy Chief William Dodds | Antoinette LaVecchia as Adriana March | Joe Urla as Thomas Eldridge | Katie Henney as Jean Asher | Nicole Balsam as Haley Morton | Sarah Clements as Gwen Young | Bronwyn Reed as Lucy Huston | Miguel Govea as Catignano's Manager | Christine Toy Johnson as Dr. Celia Lee |
Co-Guest Stars: Thedra Porter as Chantal Jackson | Ann Arvia as Principal | Kathryn Hayek as Leah Simms | Emilie Miller as Mrs. Syncovich | Daniel Mogan Shelly as ESU Officer | Charle Webb as Janelle | Elanna White as Betty | Max Elk as John Brewer | Charlotte Durkee as Student

348 :16x05 - Pornstar's Requiem

Evie Barnes answers a modeling ad hoping to make some cash for tuition, but the job quickly spirals into online pornography. When her classmates discover her double life, they cross the boundary between fiction and reality. Even though she’s not the one on trial, Evie is forced to prove her innocence in court.

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Guest Stars: Hannah Marks as Evie Barnes | Peter Gallagher as Deputy Chief William Dodds | Delaney Williams as Counselor John Buchanan | Max Ehrich as Daniel Pryor | Harry Zittel as Justin Adams | Richard T. Jones as Judge Oscar Briggs | Casey Brown (2) as Matt Cooper | Kathleen Chalfant as Hudson President Rogers |
Co-Guest Stars: John Leonard Thompson as Bob Barnes | Jonathan Strauss as Producer | Karl Jacob as Nate | Brian Russell as Process Server | Polly Adams as Jury Foreperson | Emily Donahoe as Lisa Barnes

349 :16x06 - Glasgowman's Wrath

Best friends Perry Gilbert and Mia Harris sneak into the woods with Mia’s young sister Zoe in tow. Their search for the mythical Glasgowman leads to a series of violent events, leaving Zoe gravely injured and the other girls missing. While Detectives Rollins and Carisi work to locate the suspect, Sgt. Benson digs through the stories to distinguish fantasy from reality.

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Guest Stars: Yvonna Kopacz Wright as Dr. Darby Wilder | Jayne Houdyshell as Judge Ruth Linden | Dashiell Eaves as Officer | Chloe Csengery as Perry Gilbert | Will Harris as Charlie Dorsey | Griffin Matthews as Leslie Connolly | Jeanine Bartel as Barbara Gilbert | Tricia Paoluccio as Robin Thornhill | Stephanie Kurtzuba as Joan Harris | Mina Sundwall as Mia Harris | Oona Laurence as Zoe Harris | Jessica Phillips as Assistant D.A. Pippa Cox |
Co-Guest Stars: Tony Campisi as Counselor Steve Roth | Jodie Lynne McClintock as Nancy Earnst | Joanne Baron as Counselor Diane Schwartz | Matthew Montelongo as Rick

350 :16x07 - Chicago Crossover (2)

Sergeant Hank Voight and Detectives Erin Lindsay and Jay Halstead track a child pornography victim to his last-known whereabouts in New York City, where Sergeant Benson and the SVU squad get a new lead - evidence of a livestreamed pornography "club" that caters to its subscriber’s shocking requests. When Lindsay discovers someone from her past is involved, she hopes it will help lead them to the site’s ringleader, but tensions between Voight and Benson could threaten the case.

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Guest Stars: Sophia Bush as Detective Erin Lindsay | Jesse Lee Soffer as Detective Jay Halstead | Jason Beghe as Sergeant Hank Voight | Lou Taylor Pucci as Teddy Courtney | Isabel Shill as Jocelyn Cerpaski | Mark H. Dold as Bob Clinton | Danny Mastrogiorgio as George Turner | Frank Deal as FBI Agent O’Connell | Donnetta Lavinia Grays as Lina Bagley |
Co-Guest Stars: Sal Rendino as Deputy Warden Barberi | J.T. O'Connor as Don | Paul Mauriello as Daddy Bear | Christian Goodwin as Henry Thorne | Martin Markaj as Justine | Brandon Curry as Shadowy Figure | Joshua Warr as GQ
Director: Steve Shill

351 :16x08 - Spousal Privilege

Detective Tutuola comes across leaked security footage of a violent domestic dispute in a parking garage, showing sportscaster A.J. Martin hit his girlfriend Paula. While Fin and Benson investigate the couple's lifestyle and history, Paula pushes back to keep her relationship and family intact. Benson turns to ADA Barba for help to convince Paula that her world doesn't have to revolve around A.J. Meanwhile, the case has an interesting effect on Rollins and Amaro's relationship.

Source: NBC
Guest Stars: Jeb Brown as Officer Denard | Chad Coleman as A.J. Martin | Meagan Good as Paula | Elizabeth Marvel as Counselor Rita Calhoun | Jefferson Mays as M.E. Rudnick | Leslie Odom, Jr. as Reverend Curtis Scott | David Dinkins as Judge Chet Baker | Korey Jackson as Brian | Lisa Kron as Judge Robin Schaeffer |
Co-Guest Stars: Hoda Kotb as Herself | Ian O'Malley as League Official | Nik Walker as Former Teammate | Brian Richardson as Jury Foreperson | Sebastien J. Antoine as A.J. Martin, Jr.
Director: Sharat Raju

352 :16x09 - Pattern Seventeen

When a series of young, petite girls are assaulted in the early morning hours, Detective Rollins matches the pattern to several rapes she worked in Atlanta. When she finds that the victims' rape kits were never tested, Atlanta SVU Chief Patton claims none of the cases were worth pursuing. Intense media scrutiny and the lack of a suspect brings the heat down on Sgt. Benson, who has to face Chief Dodds and their commanders in a CompStat briefing. Meanwhile, a family court judge threatens to remove baby Noah from Benson's care.

Source: NBC
Special Guest Stars: Harry Hamlin as Atlanta Deputy Chief Patton |
Guest Stars: Peter Gallagher as Deputy Chief William Dodds | Peter Hermann as Counselor Trevor Langan | Myk Watford as Captain Sam Reynolds | Samantha Futerman as Annie Lin | Lou Martini, Jr. as Dr. Joseph Conklin | Jayne Houdyshell as Judge Ruth Linden | Bronwyn Reed as Lucy Huston | Michael Kostroff as Attorney | Lizzy Declement as Beth Burns | Kelly Briter as Assistant D.A. Bartell | Josh Pais as Deputy Commissioner Hank Abraham | Jordan Lage as Albert Beck |
Co-Guest Stars: Ebonee Noel as Ashley Miller | Skyler Dubow as Noah Porter | Bradley Dubow as Noah Porter | Ras Enoch McCurdie as Usain | Thedra Porter as Chantal Jackson | Susan Louise O'Connor as Lauren Burns | Madeleine Rose Yen as Nina Carr | Sydney Lucas as Ryann Catalano | John Thomas Cramer as Mike Catalano | Tim Hardiman as Inspector Hardiman | Julia Kelly as Jennifer Catalano
Director: Martha Mitchell
Writer: Kevin Fox

353 :16x10 - Forgiving Rollins

Atlanta's Deputy Chief Charles Patton and his newest detective, Reese Taymor visit New York for a law enforcement conference. When Reese is found unconscious in her hotel bathroom, she cries rape at the scene but changes her story when Sgt. Benson arrives. When Rollins uncovers a personal connection to the suspect, ADA Barba seeks her help in the courtroom and she’s forced to confront the demons of her past to stop a dangerous predator.

Source: NBC
Special Guest Stars: Harry Hamlin as Atlanta Deputy Chief Patton |
Guest Stars: Peter Gallagher as Deputy Chief William Dodds | Delaney Williams as Counselor John Buchanan | Jenna Stern as Judge Elana Barth | Myk Watford as Captain Sam Reynolds | Dreama Walker as Detective Reese Taymor | Becky Ann Baker as Vivian Dodds | Yvonna Kopacz Wright as Dr. Darby Wilder |
Co-Guest Stars: Mike Massino as ConElectric Worker #1 | Brian Michael as ConElectric Worker #2
Director: Michael Slovis

354 :16x11 - Agent Provacateur

Fifteen year-old Madison Baker sneaks out of her uncle's home to meet breakout movie star Scott Russo, who invited her to a party via social media. Later that night, a patrolman finds her in an alley, sexually assaulted and barely alive. Sgt. Benson suspects Russo and his manager, Lydia Lebasi, are covering up the crime when security footage from the party goes missing. When gossip site mogul Lenny Simmons airs the stolen footage, he refuses to give up the source material and ADA Barba takes him to court to find the truth.

Source: NBC
Guest Stars: Shiloh Fernandez as Scott Russo | Patti LuPone as Lydia Lebasi | John Pankow as Lenny Simmons | Jeremy Jordan (2) as Skye Adderson | Jack Noseworthy as Matt Baker | Madison Grace as Madison Baker | Jolly Abraham as Doctor |
Co-Guest Stars: Carolyn Baeumler as Ivy Baker | Joel Brady as Officer Nolan | Teresa Moore as Catalina Soren | Kareem Savinon as Turrentine | Stephen C. Bradbury as Judge Colin McNamara | Joselin Reyes as EMT #1 | Carsey Walker, Jr. as LMZ Guy #2 | Eric Meyers as LMZ Guy #1
Director: Alex Chapple

355 :16x12 - Padre Sandunguera

Amaro's father, Nicolas, asks his estranged family to attend his marriage to 28-year-old Gabriella Nunez, and despite their volatile past, all but Amaro agree. When a fight breaks out at the wedding and Nicolas is put in handcuffs, Amaro becomes a witness in a case that could expose family secrets and tear his family apart.

Source: NBC
Special Guest Stars: Armand Assante as Ernesto Amaro |
Guest Stars: Aida Turturro as Judge Felicia Catano | Joseph Lyle Taylor as Counselor Mickey D'Angelo | Katty Velasquez as Gabriella Nunez | April L. Hernandez as Sonya Amaro | Ivan Hernandez as Javier Arenas | Daniel Zacapa as Luis Nunez | Robert John Burke as IAB Lieutenant Ed Tucker | Nancy Ticotin as Cesaria Amaro | Nikki M. James as Detective Gail Dunbar | Caris Vujcec as Detective |
Co-Guest Stars: J. Bernard Calloway as EMT Himes | Alison Fernandez as Zara Amaro | Clay Drinko as Rab Convers | Samatha Jones as Jury Forewoman

356 :16x13 - Decaying Morality

Benson and Rollins find a teenaged girl crying in the street, her clothes torn. Jenna Davis says she was raped in a pizzeria bathroom by Jerome Jones. Jones has a criminal record as well as a pending lawsuit against the NYPD, but with little evidence to go on, the SVU releases him until an arrest can be made. With emotions running high, Jenna’s father takes the law into his own hands with a decision that will change their lives forever.

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Guest Stars: Haley Lu Richardson as Jenna Davis | Kamal Angelo Bolden as Jerome Jones | Jamie McShane as Luke Davis | Paul Adelstein as Dr. Neil Alexander | Eva Kaminsky as Marcy Davis | Jason Cerbone as Counselor Desappio | Michael Mastro as Judge D. Serani | Jacqueline Hendy as Attorney Crane |
Co-Guest Stars: Catrina Ganey as Ermil | Patricia R. Floyd as Louise | Gayatri Bahl as Jiya Alexander | Erik Alex Cruz as Russell | Samuel Gomez as Leroy | Fred Tolliver Jr. as Donald | Vanessa Bartlett as Carol | Elizabeth Loyacano as Nia | Anya Whelan-smith as Portia | Sarah Elizabeth Grace as Marcia | Celestine Rae as Bridget

357 :16x14 - Intimidation Game

Video game developer Raina Punjabi solidifies the launch of her first game amid a stream of online insults, intimidation and death threats from the male-dominated gaming community. When a female employee is assaulted at a gamer convention, Detective Tutuola investigates the crime but Raina refuses to delay the launch, and the cops must "level up" to protect her.

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Guest Stars: Jefferson White as Gary | Adam Scarimbolo as Security Guard | Toby Turner as Event Announcer | Mouzam Makkar as Raina Punjabi | Peter Mark Kendall as Steven Kaplan | Griffin Matthews as Leslie Connolly | Susannah Flood as Sarah Keller | Jack Vale as Himself | Bill Irwin as Dr. Peter Lindstrom | Logan Paul as Brandon |
Co-Guest Stars: Andrew MacLarty as Zachary Carter | James Ciccone as Peter O'Neil | Juliet Pritner as Marissa Rossi | Bruce Faulk as ESU Commander | Kelly Evans as Reporter | Anthony Mazza as ESU Officer #1 | Trevor Zhou as Douchey Guy | Luke Marinkovich as Anthony Rossi | Josh Daniels as ESU Officer #2 | Evan Jay Newman as Pierce | J. Clint Allen as Laser Pointer Guy

358 :16x15 - Undercover Mother

Working undercover to bust a sex trafficking ring, Det. Carisi stumbles upon Martha Thornhill, a mother who has embedded herself as a Madame in the organization for three years in hopes of finding and saving her daughter, Ariel. Martha joins forces with the SVU and they work together to bust the pimp and his cohorts, but Ariel is still missing. Meanwhile, Sgt. Benson is confronted with a harsh revelation that will change her life forever.

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Special Guest Stars: Lili Taylor (2) as Martha Thornhill |
Guest Stars: Amanda Warren as Tracy | Justin McCarthy as Tommy Strickland | Tamara Tunie as Dr. Melinda Warner, M.E. | Donal Logue as Lieutenant Declan Murphy | Charles Halford as Johnny D | Nikki M. James as Detective Gail Dunbar | Laura Gomez as Selena Cruz | Jas Anderson as Timmer | Jay Patterson as Judge Evans | Bronwyn Reed as Lucy Huston | Derrick Baskin as Detective Cash Gillette | Danika Yarosh as Ariel Thornhill | Jamila Velazquez as Pilar Morenas | Emily Althaus as Jessie |
Co-Guest Stars: Danielle Burgess as Nina Soren | Josh Saviano as Counselor Don Taft | D.K. Bowser as Frank | Shannon Garland as Officer Denise LeGrange | Candace Gordon as Federal Prosecutor
Director: Steve Shill

359 :16x16 - December Solstice

Celebrity author Walter Briggs is the focus of a feud between his sixth wife, Charmaine, and his daughters from previous marriages. The fight over control for both his well-being and his estate becomes a criminal case when Charmaine is accused of abusing her husband. Meanwhile, Barba struggles with his own family drama when he goes against his grandmother's wishes.

Source: NBC
Special Guest Stars: Marcia Cross as Charmaine Briggs | Mercedes Ruehl as Lucia Barba |
Guest Stars: Robert Vaughn as Walter Briggs | Susie Essman as Counselor Arlene Heller | Susan Pourfar as Delilah Briggs | Jennifer Van Dyck as Dr. Brenda Tedroe | Emily Bergl as Judith Briggs | Jefferson Mays as M.E. Rudnick | Kate Jennings Grant as Judge Marian Adams | Michelle Hurst as Housekeeper | Anne Betancourt as Catalina Diaz | Sharon Washington as Judge Hayes | Steven Shaw as Frederick Worth | Sandy Duncan as Judge Virginia Farrell |
Co-Guest Stars: Jason Bowen as Devon Wallace | Chris Harnick as Reporter #1 | Drew Grant (1) as Reporter #2
Director: Sharat Raju
Writer: Ed Zuckerman

360 :16x17 - Parole Violations

Detective Carisi's sister Bella prepares for her wedding to fiancé Tommy Sullivan and the upcoming birth of their child. But when Tommy falls back into bad habits and accuses his parole officer of rape, Carisi must investigate whether the claim is real or just another one of Tommy's excuses.

Source: NBC
Guest Stars: Chris McKinney as Ralph Kessel | Marin Ireland as Bella Carisi | Michael Chernus as Tommy Sullivan | Molly Price as Donna Marshall | Joseph Lyle Taylor as Counselor Mickey D'Angelo | Ami Brabson as Judge Karyn Blake |
Co-Guest Stars: Christian Frazier as Police Officer | Biniam Tekola as Jordan Dolphy | Sean Patrick Folster as Court Officer | Danny Rivera as Mover

361 :16x18 - Devastating Story

Popular television host Skip Peterson airs an interview with college student Heather Manning, who claims she was gang raped in a fraternity house. While the tragic account of Heather's story brings national attention to the epidemic of rape on campus, the sensational details of the she-said, they-said case leaves Sgt. Benson and ADA Barba with several suspects and a rocky trial.

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Special Guest Stars: Rob Morrow as Skip Peterson |
Guest Stars: Ally Ioannides as Heather Manning | Laura Fraser as Jessica Dillon | Kathleen Chalfant as Hudson President Rogers | Delaney Williams as Counselor John Buchanan | Derek Klena as Connor Howell | Josh Caras as Lance Muscony | Derek Goh as Brian Mackey |
Co-Guest Stars: Jenna Wolfe as Herself | David Rossmer as Counselor Ross Wolf | Phil E. Eichinger as Paparazzo | Dawn Yanek as Reporter | Ruari Fay as Bill | Sonian Manzano as Judge Gloria Pepitone | Tessa Hope Slovis as Goth Girl | Marley Ficarola as Zach Franklin | Mark Friedman (2) as Counselor Parnes | Meghan Leathers as Jane
Director: Michael Slovis

362 :16x19 - Granting Immunity

Pornographic photos from 15 year-old Savannah Biel's house party quickly circulate around her Tribeca high school and go viral. Barba's efforts to arrest the student responsible for posting the images is stalled when several suspects fall victim to a fast-moving measles outbreak. When Benson's foster son also catches the illness, she investigates a group of mothers who may have falsified their children's medical records. Meanwhile, Amaro receives some distressing news about his son.

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Guest Stars: Missi Pyle as Trudy Malko | Hari Dhillon as Counselor Varma | Susie Essman as Counselor Arlene Heller | Jefferson Mays as M.E. Rudnick | Julie Lauren as Mia Biel | Christine Toy Johnson as Dr. Celia Lee | David Margulies as Dr. Eric Setrakian | Aida Turturro as Judge Felicia Catano | Marla Sucharetza as Mrs. Harrington | Bronwyn Reed as Lucy Huston |
Co-Guest Stars: Emily Dorsch as Principal Hannah Schwartz | Jaden Matthew Rodriguez as Gil Mancheno | Hayden Tweedie as Savannah Biel | Tony Campisi as Counselor Steve Roth | Stephen C. Bradbury as Judge Colin McNamara | Lois Robbins as Jillian McAdams | Cliff Samara as Jury Foreperson | Jack Garrity as Michael Boylan | Kate Maccluggage as Colleen Dole | Dante Palminteri as Leo McAdams | Jackson Stenborg as Jaden Boylan | Joy Lynn Pringle as Chloe Harrington | Dante Bruzzese as Larry Heller | Evan Daves as Gabriel Dole
Director: Holly Dale

363 :16x20 - Daydream Believer (3)

Benson and Voight lead their teams in the investigation of a rape/murder case that is frighteningly similar to a case from New York a decade ago. When forced to release their main suspect, the Chicago PD joins the SVU in New York in pursuit of Yates.

Source: NBC
Guest Stars: Jason Beghe as Sergeant Hank Voight | Dallas Roberts as Greg Yates | Sophia Bush as Detective Erin Lindsay | Jesse Lee Soffer as Detective Jay Halstead | Marina Squerciati as Officer Kim Burgess | Brian Geraghty as Officer Sean Roman | Stella Maeve as Nadia Decotis | Tamara Tunie as Dr. Melinda Warner, M.E. | Mary Bacon as Susie Frain
Director: Martha Mitchell

364 :16x21 - Perverted Justice

Bayard Ellis takes on the case of a man incarcerated for incest and rape, whose daughter Michelle, the victim and star witness when she was a child, wants to recant her testimony and set her father free. When a judge refuses to reopen the 17 year old case, the SVU turns to retired Captain Cragen, who remembers the investigation and provides evidence that could change the convict's fate.

Source: NBC
Guest Stars: Samira Wiley as Michelle Thompson | Dann Florek as Captain Donald Cragen | Andre Braugher as Defense Attorney Bayard Ellis | Robert Sean Leonard as Assistant D.A. Kenneth O'Dwyer | Glenn Plummer as Derek Thompson | Kia Goodwin as Audrey Jones | Leslie Odom, Jr. as Reverend Curtis Scott
Director: Alex Chapple
Warning: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Crime | Drama
Status: Returning Series
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Wednesdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 20, 1999
Episode Order: 23
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