When a couple finds a young girl dead in their apartment. They call the police and say they don't know her. Warner says she died from alcohol poisoning. They learn that she hanged with some teens who drink a lot. And one of them has a key to the apartment. When they are arrested and brought before Donnelly, she lets them go on the condition that they don't drink but they do. They eventually learn that the mother of the girl who had the key, is also a drinker and may have been the one who provided them with the alcohol that led to the girl's death. Novak tries to have her charged but has no evidence. Written by
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Lillian Rice's attorney justifies her teenaged daughter drinking by saying her blood alcohol level was .06, underneath the .08 legal limit. The legal BAC for minors is .02. See more
Detective Elliot Stabler
Lady, that dog had no food or water. Now unless you want the ASPCA and PETA staked out on your front lawn, you'll start telling us the truth.