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"Law & Order: Trial by Jury" (2005) {Eros in the Upper Eighties (#1.13)} is the only episode of this show not to be broadcast during it's original run on NBC. After the series was canceled, it was rebroadcast by the Court TV network, which finally aired the episode on January 21, 2006.
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In Jerry Orbach's last episode, he was so sick he was barely able to speak. In one scene they pulled back and added his voice later. In another scene, they changed it so he "had" to whisper, since his voice couldn't get any louder.
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The following statement appears at the beginning of each episode: "In the criminal justice system, all defendants are innocent until proven guilty. Either by confession, plea bargain, or trial by jury. This is one of those trials."
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With only 13 episodes, it is the shortest running series within the Law and Order franchise, which includes: Law & Order (1990) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999) Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001) Law & Order: Trial by Jury (2005) Law & Order: UK (2009) Law & Order: LA (2010)
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Beginning with season 7 in 2007, and continuing until it's final season, Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001) used the opening theme music originally heard on this series. The change in theme music coincided with the show's transfer from NBC to USA.
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