Benson and Stabler look into the death of a gay man at a party. Their investigation leads them to man who has a dysfunctional relationship with his brother.
Did You Know?
When the detectives cuff Ray Gunther and tell him that he is under arrest for murder, they do not read him his Miranda rights. However, under Miranda v. Arizona (1966), law enforcement officers are only required to mirandize a suspect before they begin to question him in a custodial arrest situation. Mirandizing a suspect as he/she is being handcuffed is only used for dramatic effect in TV and movies. See more
Detective John Munch
Why would a gay man work for Langdon, one of the most conservative bigots in the country?
References Law & Order