Law & Order (1990–2010)
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A successful businesswoman is accused of killing her stock broker and lover over insider trading issues. However, she claims she suffered a psychotic break because she was undergoing hormone replacement therapy.

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Ed Green
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Anita Van Buren
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Jack McCoy
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Serena Southerlyn
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Lindsay Tucker
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Helen Brolin
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Neil Skinner
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An acquaintance and stockbroker of cosmetics mogul Jackie Scott - and who had a romantic relationship with her - is found murdered. The investigation reveals that Scott's sale of stock benefited from insider trading, so when Briscoe and Green make her a prime suspect and apply the heat, it's no surprise when she solicits help from an old friend - DA Arthur Branch. But Jackie doesn't bank on Arthur turning the tables on her. Written by Anonymous

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Jackie Scott says "First Martha, then me", a reference to the Martha Stewart insider trading case. See more »

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Jackie Scott: Arthur.
D.A. Arthur Branch: What? No straight jacket?
Jackie Scott: That's not funny
D.A. Arthur Branch: Yeah, Lillian tells me my last funny line was "I do."
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You pick a lane. And don't you let anybody ever cut you off.
25 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

A dog sitter got into a fancy apartment in order to take outside the pet animal. At the bottom of the stairs the owner lied dead in a pool of blood. The victim was a stockbroker and a lady's man: he used to hang out with classy women (usually middle aged) and with some he had affairs. Briscoe and Green realized that among all the mistress there were a rich woman who ran a cosmetic business and her daughter (Melissa Errico). The daughter confessed the murder but that didn't convince the detectives at all. Her mother had a motive in the killing involving insider trading matters and police managed to place her at the crime scene at the time of the murder. Defense attorney claimed mental defect due to a cure involving hormones replacement that could have led to violent behavior, but McCoy at trial played well his role; could the defendant get away with it?

The wealthy woman is a real peace of work, as stated by Branch (she is an old acquaintance): she doesn't care about lovers and family members, all that count for her is success. When she pick a lane, no one has to stop her.


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