Law & Order (1990–2010)
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A single mother is killed and her baby stolen, and police find the child with a woman who took the baby while pretending to be pregnant.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack McCoy
Alexandra Borgia
Arthur Branch
Defense Attorney Carolyn Walters
Jeannie Scott
Frank Stoll
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Arlene Tarrington
Steve Monroe
Lindsay Doyle
David Little ...
Judge Michael Schneider
Judge Esther Morrow


A woman is murdered and her baby kidnapped. The detectives use an eyewitness to track down a woman who looked pregnant running from the apartment with the child. After locating the woman, who has even fooled her husband, and starting her trial, the baby's paternity comes into question and the baby's real father faces his own trial. Written by FMJ_Joker

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9 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Det. Joe Fontana: He seems like a pretty stand-up guy.
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Very reasonable doubt.
12 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

I don't usually watch TV series but I've become addicted to L&O. I believe it's the best of the genre since Hill St.Blues. BTW when is someone going to put those reruns on cable? Anyway I always like episodes where Sam gets all moralistic and sure of himself and turns out to have the wrong perp, because that seems more like reality, given all the open cases in places like NY and Phila. What I have to add is a question I've had since I saw this one the first time: how did Arlene know which apt.was Chelsea's. We have no evidence that Frank told her or anyone else.Seems like very reasonable doubt to me.To coin a phrase, if the evidence don't fit, you must acquit.

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