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D.A. Nora Lewin (Character)
from "Law & Order" (1990)

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Alternate Names:
Interim D.A. Nora Lewin


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  1. "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"
    ... aka "Law & Order: SVU" - UK (promotional abbreviation), USA (promotional abbreviation)
    ... aka "Special Victims Unit" - New Zealand (English title), UK (informal short title)
        - Chameleon (2002) TV episode, Played by Dianne Wiest
        - Ridicule (2001) TV episode, Played by Dianne Wiest
  2. "Law & Order"
    ... aka "Law & Order Prime" - USA (informal title)
        - Patriot (2002) TV episode, Played by Dianne Wiest
        - Oxymoron (2002) TV episode, Played by Dianne Wiest
        - Attorney Client (2002) TV episode, Played by Dianne Wiest
        - Foul Play (2002) TV episode, Played by Dianne Wiest
        - Dazzled (2002) TV episode, Played by Dianne Wiest
          (43 more)
  3. "Law & Order: Criminal Intent"
    ... aka "Law & Order: CI" - USA (promotional abbreviation)
        - One (2001) TV episode, Played by Dianne Wiest (as Interim D.A. Nora Lewin)

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From "Law & Order: Girl Most Likely (#12.17)" (2002)
A.D.A. Serena Southerlyn: [referring to Alicia Milford] You can't seriously be considering "outing" her into a guilty plea!
Jack McCoy: Well, don't we manipulate the system every day? Threaten to take children from parents? Embarrass spouses with their partners' infidelities?
D.A. Nora Lewin: This is different, Jack.
Jack McCoy: Why?
D.A. Nora Lewin: Well, it plays into the notion that there really ***is*** something wrong with being gay. We run the risk of seeming like bigots.
Jack McCoy: I don't see how we can abandon a viable negotiating tactic because it's politically incorrect.
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