Law & Order: Season 9, Episode 2

DWB (7 Oct. 1998)

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White police officers are accused of beating and dragging an African American man to his death. McCoy tries to prosecute while facing pressure from Federal prosecutors, who want to make a deal with one of the guilty parties.

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Officer Frank Dietrick
John MacKay ...
Internal Affairs Detective (as John A. MacKay)
Michael McCormick ...
Dietrick's Attorney
John Driver ...
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Officer Fratelli
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Raymond 'Ray-Ray' Davis
Michael Hannon
Pamela Isaacs ...
Mrs. Michaels
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The investigation into the brutal murder of a black off-duty police officer takes a shocking twist into the NYPD. McCoy and Carmichael believe they have mistakingly made a deal with the most culpable defendant and try to nullify their agreement. Written by Anonymous

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In one scene, McCoy and Carmichael have a conversation about Officer Dietrick. The episode then shifts to McCoy's office, where they are talking with Dietrick and his attorney. The defense attorney's notes are the episode script of the previous scene with McCoy and Carmichael. See more »

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D.A. Adam Schiff: [after the US district court has ruled that federal plea bargains are illegal] Preposterous decision. Hogties every federal prosecutor in the country. And, thanks to you, we're part of it.
Jack McCoy: The decision will be reversed on appeal. Six months from now. By then Dietrich and the other two will be on death row.
D.A. Adam Schiff: ...or your letter of resignation will be on my desk.
Abbie Carmichael: [pointing to wall of McCoy's office] My longhorn pennant will look good over there.
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