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Kibre and Gaffney take on a confusing case of murder and police corruption when a criminal is accused of killing a police officer. However, the A.D.A. must disregard the fact that the accused was shot 41 times by police.
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By the end of this episode, Jerry Orbach
was so sick he could barely speak. In one scene they pulled back and added his voice later. Also, the verdict scene was rewritten so that all the dialog had to be whispered so that the Briscoe character could be featured. To explain this unusual use of the handicam perspective, the 'walkout' scene was added where the judge bars uniformed officers from being present in the courtroom after the police leave in protest. See more
Early in the trial, Judge Anderlee orders all uniforms out of the courtroom for the remainder of the trial. At the time of the verdict, policemen eagerly wait outside, saying they can't go in. Yet after the verdict is read and the people start filing out of the courtroom, we can see many uniforms among them. See more