Law & Order: Season 11, Episode 16

Bronx Cheer (14 Mar. 2001)

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The Manhattan DA's office tries a drug dealer for a murder that took place in the Bronx--a case where another man has been already been convicted of the crime by the Bronx DA's office and is serving time.



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Angel David ...
Michael Mulheren ...
Salvatore Cavaliere ...
Pete Verona (as Sal Cavaliere)
Traci Godfrey


Briscoe and Green are investigating the murder of a woman. They learn she may have been dealing. They think she may have had a dispute with the guy she works for. But they don't have any evidence. But they learn that the man killed someone in the Bronx a few years ago and have overwhelming evidence. Problem is that someone has already been convicted so they have to prove that Bronx police and D.A. were wrong. Written by

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D.A. Nora Lewin: I hear it was all smiles in the Shaeffer family.
Jack McCoy: I have to admit, it was nice to get somebody out of jail for a change.
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Turf War
21 June 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

New ADA Dianne Weist gets into a nasty turf war with her counterpart in the Bronx Keith David when they get information on a homicide that occurred in the Bronx two years earlier when Jerry Orbach and Jesse Martin are dealing with a homicide that they caught just recently of a woman outside a Manhattan club.

The guy that Briscoe and Green are zeroing in on is played by Peter Greene and he's a drug dealer without any truly redeeming qualities. The information they gather is much stronger for the Bronx case except that there is one problem. Kevin Kash was already tried and convicted for that Bronx homicide and is in prison.

Speaking from experience when cops are wrong they never admit it. Worse they hate to be shown up by citizens, or even by other law enforcement. And as cops make cases for District Attorneys and they do like their notches of convictions also how Keith David behaves certainly runs true to form. That Kash is innocent is completely irrelevant. Frightening, but true.

Still this episode has one big flaw. In order to impress the girl he was dating at the time and show her he was a tough guy Kash tells her did the deed. One does a lot of stupid things at the command of the male member, but confess to a murder?

Still this episode about a turf war has its intriguing moments.

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