Law & Order: Season 3, Episode 17

Conduct Unbecoming (10 Mar. 1993)

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A female Naval officer is killed during a drunken party. The Navy claims jurisdiction in the case, but detectives soon suspect that the guilty party is being protected and the wrong man is being railroaded.

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Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (credit only)
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Capt. Allard Bunker
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Lt. St. Claire
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Lee Hastings
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Ensign Evan Walters
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Lt. Ruth Mendoza
Dick Latessa ...
Admiral Miles Coty
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CPO James Hagen
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Lt. Charles Bates
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Detectives Briscoe and Logan investigate the death of Navy Lt. Tracy Hagen, who was found dead in her hotel room where a ship's crew was having a wild party following 6 weeks at sea. Using video one of the sailors took at the party, they question two officers one of whom, Ensign Evan Walters, admits being the last person with her before she died but has no memory of what might have happened. The Navy insists on taking jurisdiction in the case and Walters is quickly found guilty. ADAs Stone and Robinette find a number of holes in the Navy prosecution's case and continue their own investigation. When the medical examiner confirms that Hagen died of a slow brain hemorrhage and could have been injured 30 minutes before she died, the evidence points to another officer who had a previous incident with her. Written by garykmcd

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When questioned by Briscoe & Logan for the first time, Capt. Bunker asks if the Naval Investigative Service (NIS) was involved. NIS was the forerunner to the current Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS). The name changed in 1992, a year prior to the events shown (interview date Saturday January 16, 1993). See more »

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