After Dr. Elizabeth Olivet is assaulted by her gynecologist, Dr. Alexander J. Moffat, she turns to Detectives Cerreta and Logan to have him investigated. They certainly believe her story but getting evidence that would stand up in court is another thing. The one woman who made a similar claim against Moffat has serious psychological problem and would unlikely make a good witness. Olivet returns to Moffat but this time records their encounter, where he rapes her. With this evidence, ADA Stone feels he has a strong case but Olivet's close working relationship with the police dooms them. He does come up with another way to get evidence against the doctor. Written by
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Speaking about Dr. Elizabeth Olivet, Detective Logan remarked: "She's a psychologist . . ." Dr. Olivet has been portrayed throughout the series as a physician, board certified in psychiatry. In order to function fully within a large metropolitan law enforcement's jurisdiction, a physician is required to speak to both psychiatric as well as psychological disorders. Psychologists cannot treat mental illnesses that fall into the category of medically managed psychiatric illness. See more
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
I know the difference between being examined and being molested.
Remade as Law & Order: UK: Alesha