While Jack prosecutes three teenage boys for raping an intellectually disabled girl in a high school, Lennie's daughter testifies in a drug trial.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Defense Attorney Painter
John Christopher Jones ...
Raymond Maxwell
Valerie Maxwell
Cathy Briscoe (as Jennifer Bill)
Gerry Rosenthal ...
Randy Baxter
Kate Skinner ...
Gina Bowman


Detectives Briscoe and Curtis investigate a schoolyard shooting where a popular teacher, Amanda Kovac, was shot. She had recently been pivotal in getting three boys suspended for having sex in the school. One of the boys, Randy, says someone shot at them and they returned fire. They trace the shooter to another student, Sally Maxwell, but the boys say they have no idea who Sally is or why she would shoot at them. Sally claims the boys raped her older sister Valerie, who is mentally disabled with an IQ of 65, and decided to take matters into her own hands after school officials did nothing about it. The challenge for the prosecutors is to demonstrate that the boys knew of Valerie's disability before they had sex with her. Meanwhile, Ray Curtis has asked Lt. Van Buren for a transfer and Briscoe is still having deal with his own daughter Cathy's arrest. Written by garykmcd

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6 May 1998 (USA)  »

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Judge William Wright: Now, Valerie, Hayden called you a retard and you told him you weren't. Is that right?
Valerie Maxwell: Yes, sir.
Judge William Wright: And after that, did he keep on calling you a retard?
Valerie Maxwell: No.
Judge William Wright: Did you like what the boys did to you?
Valerie Maxwell: I did what I wanted.
Defense Attorney Painter: Your honor, the defense requests you deny the state's motion to reverse your prior ruling.
Judge William Wright: Granted.
Jack McCoy: You set aside the jury's verdict because you unfairly held the state responsible for proving the boys' prior knowledge. The State has now done so and you still refuse?
Judge William Wright: Mr. McCoy, it's ...
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