Law & Order: Season 14, Episode 22

Gaijin (28 Apr. 2004)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Crime, Drama, Mystery
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The murder of a prominent Japanese model visiting New York City may have been a Yakuza-related murder for hire.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bobby Ito
Hiroji Yoshida
Lucy Chen
Neil Pepe ...
Dr. Nelson
Robert Ari ...
Howard Lawford
Glenn Kubota ...
Akira Miyamoto


When a female Japanese tourist is killed, her husband who survives, claims that they were attacked by some black men. An investigation ensues into the possibility that the man wanted to kill his wife to collect the insurance. But when the man goes back to Japan and extradition is impossible, Branch decides to make false statements to trick the man into returning. Written by

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The trial judge's name changes throughout the episode. When we first meet him, the caption identifies him as "Harrison Taylor". Later, we see that the name on his office door is "Thomas Sommers". In the final scenes, as the verdict is being read, the name plate on his bench reads "Thomas Everton". See more »

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