After a salesman is murdered, the detectives turn their attention to Stephanie Mulroney, the youngest daughter of a well-known family with some deep connections. But as they join forces ... See full summary »

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After a salesman is murdered, the detectives turn their attention to Stephanie Mulroney, the youngest daughter of a well-known family with some deep connections. But as they join forces with the officers from the two-seven, they realize that their case is connected with a long-unsolved case that Briscoe once handled years ago with his former partner, Mike Logan. Written by Anonymous

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This is the first part of a two-part crossover with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999). The second part was Law & Order: Entitled (2000). See more »

Goofs

Detective Munch describes a Black Talon bullet as a "cop killer." Actual "Cop Killer" bullets are armor-piercing rounds, designed to penetrate police officers' body armor. Black Talons are hollow-points, which sacrifice penetration, in order to inflict greater soft tissue damage. See more »

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Detective Monique Jefferies: He was shot with a Black Talon?
Det. John Munch: Cop killers. They haven't been made since 1994.
Detective Monique Jefferies: Yeah, because they killed too many cops.
Det. John Munch: Nah, the real reason was, it was instantly recognizable. Bullet makers want anonymity. If you can't prove where the bullet was made, you can't sue the manufacturer. Where would we be without lawyers?
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References Law & Order (1990) See more »

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