Briscoe and Green investigate a shooting rampage in Central Park where all 15 of the victims were female college students. Using the serial number of the gun they've recovered they trace the owner, Dennis Trope, but when the judge dismisses most of their evidence, Jack McCoy has few options open to him. When he learns that the gun could be turned into an automatic weapon using an inexpensive kit you can buy at any gun show, he decides to go after the manufacturer. Despite evidence that the gun manufacturer knew that most of their sales were because of the ease of conversion, it's obvious McCoy is going to have a hard time getting a conviction. Written by
Did You Know?
When talking to Lennie about the phone number he called from, Det. Green says he was in Atlantic City gambling and lost money. His character would leave the show in Season 18 due to gambling. See more
For guns that can be converted from semi-automatic to full automatic, the purchase of a conversion kit follows the same rules as the sale of an automatic weapon, which requires a FBI background check. See more
Executive A.D.A. Jack McCoy
You're willing to bet your client's life on that? You must have quite a pair of crystal balls!
References First Blood