When one difficulty after another hinder the prosecution of serial pedophile, Roy Barnett, desperate A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot oversteps the bounds of the law, risking both her job, and that ... See full summary »

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Linda Cavanaugh
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Roy Barnett
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When one difficulty after another hinder the prosecution of serial pedophile, Roy Barnett, desperate A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot oversteps the bounds of the law, risking both her job, and that of Benson and Stabler, to put this dangerous man behind bars. Written by Lynne Boris Johnston

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As the detectives take Barnett into custody at the train station they shove him against a movie later for "Captain Ironbone" which is a name that can be seen in multiple other posters in other episodes like "Justice" where a poster in a auto shop advertises "Ironbone's Ale." See more »

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Benson and Stabler don't wear gloves when they search the Cavanaugh apartment, which has the potential of tainting evidence. See more »

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Roger Kressler: Linda Cavanaugh never consented to any search. The Assistant District Attorney lied her way in by claiming the apartment was a crime scene.
A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot: Sam Cavanaugh's alleged suicide attempt was never investigated.
Judge Lena Petrovsky: Ms. Cabot, you're not going to sell that here. Don't even try it.
Roger Kressler: This was a blatant Fourth Amendment violation, sanctioned and indeed carried out by the People. Therefore, any evidence found must be suppressed.
A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot: Mr. Barnett's Fourth Amendment rights were not violated. Linda Cavanaugh's ...
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