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James Woodrow (Character)
from "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (1999)

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"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Fight (#9.8)" (2007)
Judge Arthur Cohen: On the charge of murder in the second-degree, how do you plead?
James Woodrow: Not guilty, your honor.
Jadon Odami: That's not what I told you to say.
James Woodrow: You were coerced during interrogation.
Casey Novak: Your honor, there was no coercion. The defendant freely confessed.
James Woodrow: Really? What, his mother just happened to pop in during the middle of his interview.
Jadon Odami: Your honor, I killed Julie Donovan. I plead guilty.
Judge Arthur Cohen: Listen to your attorney, son.
Jadon Odami: [to Woodrow] You're fired.

"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Poison (#5.24)" (2004)
A.D.A. Casey Novak: [about Judge Taft during his arrangement] Your Honor, the defendant's being charged with knowingly facilitating a murder.
James Woodrow: This is an outrage, Your Honor. An overzealous ADA is upset because she lost her case and is using the courts to exact retaliation.
A.D.A. Casey Novak: He acted beyond the scope of his position by communicating ex parte with a woman who later committed murder.
Judge Wyler: There's no grounds for these charges. An acquittal does not constitute aid to commit a felony.
A.D.A. Casey Novak: Your Honor...
Judge Wyler: You're making a mockery of this court, Ms. Novak. I'm throwing the charges out. This is hubris and it reeks of professional misconduct. And you'd better believe Arthur Branch will hear about it.