Green and Cassady investigate the death of a publishing agent who approved a book written by an ex-athlete that describes how he would have murdered his wife if he was in fact the real killer.

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Attorney Carsley
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Gerald Stockwell
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Lydia Neville
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Attorney Bocanegra (as Marlyne N. Afflack)
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Green and Cassady investigate the death of a publishing agent who approved a book written by an ex-athlete that describes how he would have murdered his wife if he was in fact the real killer.

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Detective Ed Green: [chasing a suspect] Get your ass back here!
Gerald Stockwell: [struggling as Green cuffs him] What are you doing?
Detective Ed Green: Your hands.
Detective Nina Cassady: [taking his license out of his wallet] Oh, what do you know? Gerald Stockwell.
Gerald Stockwell: I don't have money, okay? I can't pay you right now, yeah?
Detective Ed Green: Who do you think we are?
Gerald Stockwell: What? You're cops?
Detective Nina Cassady: Homicide.
Gerald Stockwell: Homicide? What? I didn't do anything! I didn't do anything!
Detective Ed Green: [dragging him out of the building] They always say that when they run.
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Shades of O.J.
1 February 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This particular Law And Order show finds Jesse Martin and Milena Govich investigating the killing of a literary agent. This agent got herself involved with a former baseball star who was tried and acquitted for killing his wife. His golden glove I guess didn't fit. In any event this case has certainly rankled Sam Waterston.

Bobby Canavale plays the former player who I guess will not be making Cooperstown any time soon. What Canavale has done is write a tell all memoir in which he takes full advantage of double jeopardy to shout to the world he beat the rap. But now he's facing a new rap.

The issue here for Waterston is how to get this guy convicted as testimony about the book is ruled inadmissible. The judge and the defense want to make sure Canavale is convicted for the right crime.

Canavale is such an arrogant smarmy creep quite frankly if I were in Jack McCoy's place I'd take it any way it comes.

I think Waterston feels the same way.


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