The mother of a high school girl is caught having a sexual relationship with one of her daughter's classmates, and she may have supplied alcohol for a high school party where another student died.

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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong) (credit only)
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Becca Rice
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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 rcs0411@yahoo.com

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3 April 2007 (USA)  »

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Sarah Drew(Becca) and Leven Ramblin(Reagan) would both go on to appear on Grey's Anatomy. Sarah Drew became a series regular as Dr. April Kepner while Leven Ramblin guest starred as Sloan Riley, the troubled and estranged pregnant daughter of Dr. Mark Sloan( Eric Dane) See more »

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When Stabler is viewing the body of the deceased victim in the medical examiner's office, the overhead face shot is clearly not that of the victim. See more »

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Lillian Rice: I want my lawyer now.
Detective Olivia Benson: Of course you do. Okay. Well, while you're waiting for him, I'm gonna go talk to Becca.
Lillian Rice: She a minor, you can't talk to her without my permission.
Detective Olivia Benson: Oh, really? See, that would be true if she was a suspect, but she's not. She's a witness. I can talk to her all I want.
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Don't Dis the judge
5 July 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This SVU story concerns teenage drinking and it begins when a couple who had gone away for a weekend came back and found a dead girl in their bedroom. And she's a complete stranger besides.

The trouble is that a young teen prep school girl who was to walk their dog had the run of the place and had a drinking party there. The young woman in question was from out of state, new to all and never drank before and it accidentally killed her.

So instead of taking any responsibility they left her to die. A nice group of privileged rich kids.

The recent story of that college athlete who got a light sentence for rape comes to mind here. These kids aren't criminals, there's a tendency to let them off easy. The problem is that they've been left easy way too often.

There are a whole lot of other plot elements here, but I do like Judith Light's performance here as Judge Elizabeth Donnelly. She gives them a warning and these dopey kids dis her on line. As Christopher Meloni's daughter tells him, you want to find out what kids are up to just go to their Facebook, Twitter, MySpace at the time this episode was released. They tell all. That's now almost a standard investigatory technique now.

Judith Light does not take things lightly. Not a woman to cross as they find out.


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