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School Daze 

Jack goes head-to-head with his former assistant, Jamie Ross, as he prosecutes the gunman in a high school mass shooting.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nora Lewin
Bill Semple
Patricia Semple
Kevin Miller
Henry Semple (as Timmy Reifsnyder)
Judge Margaret Barry
Marisa Redanty ...
Greg Wood
Dr. Emil Skoda
Jamie Ross


When a masked student opens fire on classmates, killing four and wounding eleven, Detectives Briscoe and Green soon discover the unsettling fact that more than one student fits the profile of a youth heading toward committing such violence. The urgency of the investigation compounds when an e-mail threat of more murders is received by the student council president. Former assistant prosecutor Jamie Ross returns as a defense attorney trying to spare her troubled client from life in prison. Written by Anonymous

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16 May 2001 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Semple's mother mentions the "other boy" McCoy and Carmichael prosecuted who "shot that delivery man", she is referring to Mitch Regan, the oldest of the thrill killers from a previous episode. See more »


When the detectives are leading Howard to the car after "handcuffing" him, the actor is just holding the unlocked handcuff in his left hand. See more »


Lt. Anita Van Buren: [Talking about their suspect] Has he even had breakfast yet?
Detective Ed Green: He won't eat. And he said he won't talk until his lawyer shows up.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: When is that supposed to be?
Simone Adams: [Entering the room] Well, well, well, what do we have here? Conspiracy to obstruct justice?
Detective Lennie Briscoe: Speak of the devil.
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References Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) See more »

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Pretty soon there'll be no distinction between children and adults at all
8 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

Two teachers were talking about pupil's grade at lunch time. Suddenly, a shooting occurred at the canteen and all the kids ran away in a hurry. When policemen got in the school, they realized four people were shot dead and other eleven were severely wounded. The perp was a small guy wearing a ninja mask (in a completely black outfit) and someone managed to tape everything with a video camera. Detectives at first thought the shooting could be racially motivated, because the shooter left a black girl alive (a girl who was crying with hands on her face). Anyway, the perp was actually a Caucasian one, a dork just get in the big city from Virginia, very shy and teased everyday by his schoolmates. He's got mental issue that led him to break sister's arm in the past; her mother (Deirdre O'Connell) asserts his state of mind depends on a falling from horse some years back. But to convict him to life prison it takes some important testimony at trial.

Ross is back for the second time as the defense attorney. She manages to make detectives effort useless at trial, against Carmichael opinion. Abby is very stone cold in this episode and she doesn't feel any pity for the boy's grieving mother.

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