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"Law & Order" Trust (1992)

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Dick Wolf (created by)
Rene Balcer (teleplay)
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Original Air Date:
11 February 1992 (Season 2, Episode 15)
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A teenager confesses to shooting a classmate, but claims it was an accident. Detectives also discover that he was responsible for a similar shooting two years earlier, but the records are sealed. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff
Tom Mason ... Ian Maser

Michael Constantine ... Dan Barnett
Lizbeth MacKay ... Pamela Maser

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Harley Cross ... Jamie Maser
P.J. Barry ... Range Owner
Christine Farrell ... Forensics Tech Arlene Shrier
MacIntyre Dixon ... Merrill
Ben Hammer ... Judge Frank Markman

Bruce Katzman ... Dr. Gilman
Barbara Spiegel ... Arraignment Judge Harriet Doremus
Lee Shepherd ... Judge Joseph Gannon

Michael Harney ... Detective Gullikson

Will Friedle ... Russ (as William Friedle)

Karron Graves ... Lori

John Juback ... Mr. Fenwick
Lynn Niederman Silver ... Mrs. Fenwick
Roderick Garr ... Officer Kelly

William Charlton ... Officer Wheeler
Judd Trichter ... Matt
Steven Brooker ... Kid #1
Kennan Scott ... Kid #2

Edward James Hyland ... McCreary (as Edward Hyland)

Bjorn Johnson ... CSU Policeman

William Duffy ... CSU Technician (as William J. Duffy)
Sandra Bowie ... Foreman #1
Michael Dalby ... Foreman #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Daniel Sackheim 
 
Writing credits
Dick Wolf (created by)

Rene Balcer (teleplay)

Michael Duggan (story) &
Rene Balcer (story)

Produced by
Michael Duggan .... supervising producer
Jim Ellis .... executive producer
Arthur W. Forney .... associate producer
Jeffrey L. Hayes .... co-producer (as Jeffrey Hayes)
Robert Nathan .... co-producer
Robert Palm .... producer
Daniel Sackheim .... producer
Joseph Stern .... co-executive producer
Dick Wolf .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Mike Post 
 
Cinematography by
Constantine Makris (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Billy Fox 
 
Casting by
Lynn Kressel 
 
Production Design by
Richard Bianchi 
 
Art Direction by
Teresa Carriker-Thayer  (as Teresa Carriker)
 
Set Decoration by
Betsy Klompus 
 
Costume Design by
John Boxer 
 
Makeup Department
Victor DeNicola .... key hair stylist (as Victor DeNicola Jr.)
Carla White .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Jeffrey L. Hayes .... unit production manager (as Jeffrey Hayes)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kaaren F. Ochoa .... second assistant director
Robert E. Warren .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Jacqueline Arnot .... set dresser
Peter K. Dunbar .... set dresser
David W. Howell .... assistant property master (as David Howell)
Linda Skipper .... scenic charge
Jonathan Stein .... construction coordinator (as Jon Stein)
Ron Stone .... property master
Tom Conway .... set dresser (uncredited)
Jeffrey Rollins .... on-set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
David Hankins .... supervising sound editor
David Platt .... boom operator
Frank Stettner .... sound mixer
Richard Thomas .... sound effects editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dan Karlok .... best boy
Richard C. Kerekes .... dolly grip (as Richard Kerekes)
Mitchell Andrew Lillian .... key grip (as Mitch Lillian)
Christopher Misiano .... camera operator
Barbara Nitke .... still photographer
John Thomas .... gaffer
David S. Tuttman .... assistant cameraman (as David Tuttman)
 
Casting Department
Sylvia Fay .... extras casting
Suzanne Ryan .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Fionnuala M. Lynch .... assistant wardrobe (as Fionnuala Lynch)
Marcia Patten .... key wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Ron Nichols .... colorist: digital remastering
 
Music Department
Barbara Schechter .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Bill Curry Jr. .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Trish Adlesic .... location coordinator
Rene Balcer .... story editor
Karen Blythe .... assistant to executive producer
Michael S. Chernuchin .... executive story editor
Walter Cohen .... location manager
William N. Fordes .... technical advisor
Martha Mitchell .... script supervisor
Michael Struk .... technical advisor
Jody Milano Vanderputten .... production coordinator (as Jody Milano-Vanderputten)
Eric DelaBarre .... executive assistant (uncredited)
Chester A. Sims II .... stand-in (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Produced by
Morgan Gendel .... co-producer (1995-1996)
Peter Giuliano .... producer (2004-2006)
 
Makeup Department
Kevin-James Bennett .... makeup artist
Joseph Farulla .... makeup artist (seasons 11-15)
Linda Grimes .... makeup assistant department head (2 episodes)
Evan Campbell .... sculptor (uncredited)
 
Production Management
E. Monique Floyd .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nate Grubb .... dga trainee
Erin Haigh .... dga trainee (as Erin Joy Haigh)
Laurie Jackson .... dga trainee
Johanna Jensen .... second assistant director (pilot and multiple episodes)
Daniel Lowe .... dga trainee
Meghan Myszkowski .... dga trainee
Dominick Scarola .... dga trainee (season 10)
Rosadel Varela .... dga trainee
Jennifer Wilkinson .... dga trainee
 
Art Department
JoAnn Atwood .... set dresser
Anthony Baldasare .... set dresser (season 1)
Craig Binkley .... property master (special triology- 3 episodes)
Heather Brown .... art department coordinator
Robert Currie .... props
Justin Elterman .... graphic designer
Laurie Friedman .... art consultant
Steven Gamiello .... props (1994-1996)
Gregory Hill .... assistant art director (2002-2004)
Nicholas Lundy .... assistant art director
Kara Zeigon .... art department coordinator
 
Sound Department
Norval D. Crutcher III .... dialogue editor (1994-1995)
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer (various episodes)
Lee Dragu .... sound editor
Diana Flores .... adr mixer
Mark Kamps .... assistant sound editor
Mark Kamps .... sound post-production
Jeff Kushner .... dialogue editor
Brian Miksis .... sound mixer (multiple episodes)
Robb Navrides .... sound editor
Gary Parker .... boom operator (multiple episodes 1997-)
Timothy Pearson .... foley artist (1999 and 2000)
Michael Primmer .... additional boom operator
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist
Craig T. Rosevear .... foley editor
Mike Schmidt .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Evan Campbell .... special effects sculptor
Steve Wolf .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Lloyd Lee Barnett .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Roy T. Anderson .... stunt double (2004)
Bob Colletti .... stunts
Peter Epstein .... stunts
Jeffrey Lee Gibson .... stunts
Jalil Jay Lynch .... stunts (1994)
Mam Smith .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
James Boniece .... best boy
James Boniece .... grip
Xiomara Comrie .... assistant camera
Glenn Fishel .... grip (2005-2006)
Susan Gabbay .... second assistant camera (1996-1997)
Daniel Galiardi .... assistant camera
Wesley Hodges .... second assistant camera
Amy Albano Jachyra .... second assistant camera
Jendra Jarnagin .... additional electrician
Eric M. Klein .... grip
Saiyiu. Li .... camera trainee
Jason Micallef .... electrician
Anna Novick .... grip
Christopher Piazza .... camera trainee
Colin Rich .... assistant camera trainee
Oden Roberts .... assistant camera
Darren Ryan .... 24 frame video operator
Abe Schrager .... camera operator: second unit
Jamie Silverstein .... camera operator
Mike Sime .... video operator
Jonas Steadman .... additional focus puller: "a" camera (2001)
Tom Vulliez .... additional grip
Pamela Weese .... electrician
 
Casting Department
Jennifer Euston .... casting assistant (1997)
Todd Feldman .... background casting associate
Wendy M. Roberts .... casting associate
Jennifer Sabel .... extras casting associate (season 15)
Kristian Sorge .... extras casting associate (season 15)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sonya M. Andonov .... set costumer
Danajean Church .... key wardrobe
Maria E. Kenny .... assistant costume designer
Frankie Ritacco .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Trey Coscia .... post-production assistant
Charlotte Grau .... colorist
Benjamin Rapoport .... assistant editor (1990-1993)
 
Music Department
Timothy Andrew Edwards .... promo music
John Henry Kreitler .... composer: additional music
 
Other crew
Marc Abbott .... production assistant (1999)
Brian Amyot .... production assistant
Joseph Aquino .... location assistant (season 15)
Chris Arena .... production assistant
David H. Barash .... location coordinator
John Ian Briody .... production assistant
Heather Brown .... production secretary
Lauren Butler .... production office assistant
Salvatore Carino .... assistant production auditor
Eddy Collyns .... assistant location manager
Audrey Davis .... publicist (2003)
Valerie Desjardins .... script supervisor
Chuck Dudley .... production assistant
Guy Efrat .... location assistant
Guy Efrat .... location scout
Vadim Epstein .... production assistant
John Fedynich .... location scout
James Feldman .... production assistant
Krista Fico .... set production assistant
Jesse Fox Chaney .... additional production assistant (as Jesse Chaney)
Anouk Frösch .... assistant: Elisabeth Rohm
Michael Fucci .... assistant location manager
Karla Gadecki .... production secretary (as Karla Nappi)
Joe Gagnepain .... production assistant
Betty Green .... title designer
Rico Green .... office executive assistant
David Gross .... production assistant
David K. Huang .... production assistant (2004)
Beth Humphreys .... legal supervisor
Sebastian Iervolino .... production assistant
Stacey Kelly .... production assistant
Eric Kench .... additional production assistant
Gene Kraft .... title designer
Richard Lippin .... publicist (2004)
Paul Mancini .... production assistant
Linda Marshall-Smith .... assistant location manager (1990-1992, 1995)
Katie Massa Kennedy .... caption editor (as Katie Massa)
Kate McCallum .... development assistant (as Kate Rubin)
Kerry McCrohan .... production assistant
Bryan Meyers .... key set production assistant
Raymond L. Negron .... key production assistant (as Ray Negron)
Leon Ortiz-Gil Jr. .... production assistant (1992 -1997)
Joan Preston .... utility stand-in
B. Reeves .... additional production assistant
Justin Reid .... production assistant
Colin Rich .... production assistant
Matt Richardson .... accounting assistant
Tim Saccardo .... assistant to executive producer
Maurice Sessoms .... production assistant
Caryn Shuken .... location liaison
Josh Silfen .... production assistant
Billy Smith .... location assistant
Shawn Sweeney .... assistant location manager
Willie Toubman .... production assistant
Sean Tufts .... production assistant
Lynda Van Damm .... production controller
Eva Vedock .... craft service (2000)
David Von Roehm .... stand-in
Michael C. Watkins .... production assistant (1995-1997)
Adrian Wattenmaker .... production assistant (1999-2001)
John W. Wayland .... location assistant (2000-2001)
Justin Weinberger .... production assistant
Laura Wheeler .... production assistant
Sandra M. White .... production assistant (1998-2001)
David Wittlin .... production assistant
 
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Childhood Games., 10 December 2010
Author: Robert J. Maxwell (rmax304823@yahoo.com) from Deming, New Mexico, USA

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

A fifteen-year-old boy is found shot through the forehead in the basement of an old building and the murder weapon is found among some junk nearby. Serreta and Logan trace it back to another young teen-aged boy living with his father in comfortable circumstances.

It's Dad's gun, and a big one. The kid claims he was playing chicken with his friend and the gun went off without his planning it. Dad used to take him to the range where the target pistol, a .22, needed to be cocked before it could fire. This one, a .357 magnum, doesn't need to be cocked.

The kid has a juvenile record but it's sealed. The detectives find the arresting officer who handled the case two years ago and discover that the crime was almost identical, including the kid's excuse that they were just playing a game. Furthermore, the manager at the firing range remembers the boy being taught to fire the .357.

It raises a couple of interesting points. One is that Good Old Dad should DEFINITELY have kept that pistol in a place where his son couldn't get at it -- especially after the first lethal shooting -- but nothing is made of this obvious fact.

Second, why would a boy of thirteen or fifteen ever WANT to shoot and kill another human being? Or -- let's state the question more generally -- why do humans so often find that the answer to conflict is violence, sometimes war, sometimes merely murder. What is it that prompts us to want war with others? Is there something in some subcortical center of our brains, tucked away in the reptilian brain, fueled by testosterone and enhanced by the media, that causes us to raise our pistols and pull the triggers? Actually, I minored in social psychology in graduate school and attended a seminar in aggression and here's the best answer available at that time: Nobody knows. Yet the impulse is there, on prominent display. At any given moment around the world, some tribe is hard at work killing members of some other tribe. It can't be ALL biological, of course, because we do have the Amish and the Quakers. And it can't be ALL the fault of the media either because Seattle and Vancouver, BC, watch the same TV programs but one city has eight times the homicide rate of the other. I do wish they'd hurry and find out what's up. The episode itself offers no answer. How could it?

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