Law & Order: Trial by Jury: Season 1, Episode 6

Pattern of Conduct (1 Apr. 2005)

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Kibre prosecutes a basketball star accused in the rape and murder of his mistress. She has to grapple with a star-struck jury, legions of sports fans, and a wealth of media coverage. The ... See full summary »

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Kibre prosecutes a basketball star accused in the rape and murder of his mistress. She has to grapple with a star-struck jury, legions of sports fans, and a wealth of media coverage. The already trying case takes a new turn when the basketball player's wife has a slip of the tongue while on the stand. Written by skillwithaquill

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Jerry Orbach's last project. Episode #1.6, "Eros in the Upper Eighties", was the last episode filmed before he died (28 December 2004). See more »

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Freudian slip
20 March 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Celebrity basketball star Damaine Radcliff is indicted for murder of a basketball groupie. Ever since high school this is a man who is used to getting what he wants when he wants it. There have been other incidents involving women, but his wife Sherri Saum has stood by him through it all. She's standing by him through this as she has through others and high price defense attorney Clarke Peters is showing he's worth the big bucks they're paying him.

The reluctance of people on grand juries and trial juries to is explored here. Also Bebe Neuwirth and Amy Carlson have some doubts in the end with a Freudian slip by one of the trial witnesses.

I think you'll be surprised by the ending, but consider the weapon used in the crime. That's a key here in this very good Trial By Jury story.


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