Detectives Benson and Stabler are called to a crime scene--a young woman dressed in a maid's uniform has apparently committed suicide. But there's lots of sexual-related bruising so they question whether she was pushed and if she was raped. Written by
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During Candace Lamerle's testimony, Lorna Scarry objects to information provided via Drew Lamerle's interview with Dr. George Huang during a polygraph pre-interview. The reason for the objection was given as doctor-patient privilege (hence the show title). There was a polygraph examiner in the room during this interview, effectively breaking privilege due to a third party being present. See more
Any idea how many film schools there are in New York? Plus a student failing to show up for class on Monday morning is not exactly going to set off alarms.