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Det. James Martinez (Character)
from "NYPD Blue" (1993)

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NYPD Blue: Season 12: Episode 20 -- As he begins his new job as squad commander, Sipowicz disobeys orders and keeps a murder investigation open... even though a Japanese man with diplomatic immunity has confessed to the crime.

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  1. "NYPD Blue"
    ... aka "N.Y.P.D" - Israel (English title)
        - Brothers Under Arms (2000) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Turturro
        - These Shoots Are Made for Joaquin (2000) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Turturro
        - The Naked Are the Dead (2000) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Turturro
        - The Man with Two Right Shoes (2000) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Turturro
        - A Hole in Juan (2000) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Turturro
          (133 more)

  2. "The Drew Carey Show"
        - New York and Queens (1997) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Turturro

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From "NYPD Blue: Tempest in a C-Cup (#1.8)" (1993)
Det. John Kelly: What's on your mind, James?
Det. James Martinez: I wanted to ask you, when you sent me outside, you gave me your gun and so forth, uh... I wanted to ask you what happened in there, why the guy gave it up.
Det. John Kelly: You mean, did I beat it out of him?
Det. James Martinez: Yeah, if that's why he confessed.
Det. John Kelly: I didn't beat him.
Det. James Martinez: Then why'd he give it up?
Det. John Kelly: Because he's guilty, and he knew I was willing to beat it out of him to get the truth.
Det. James Martinez: So if it came to it, you would have beaten him?
Det. John Kelly: Let me put it to you like this. I never raise my hand to a guy if I think he's guilty or if I'm trying to find out if he's guilty. But if I'm sure he's guilty and the case is gonna walk unless I raise my hand, I do what I gotta do.
Det. James Martinez: Even though you're breakin' the law?
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