The DA's office prosecutes a Russian police officer for poisoning to death a Russian immigrant who kidnapped his daughter for a prostitution ring in New York.

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Nicolas Brezin
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Andrei Karpovich
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Attorney Danvers
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Karl Rostov
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Nadia Brezin
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The DA's office prosecutes a Russian police officer for poisoning to death a Russian immigrant who kidnapped his daughter for a prostitution ring in New York.

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Feminine last names such as Brezin or Sokolov would only be possible for naturalized citizens who changed their last name, for the second and later generation of immigrants, or for wives of Russian immigrants (Renee Rostov). In Russia, the girls' last names would be Brezina and Sokolova. See more »

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Karl Rostov: Your case is based on what, what some whores say about me? You know I'm the one who lost a brother.
Det. Ed Green: Go ahead, call them whores one more time.
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Television At Its Very Finest
12 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is difficult to single out a particular episode of this superb series for acclaim but this one was truly magnificent in every respect. The writing, as usual, is excellent, with a intricately conceived plot, characters that are beautifully presented, and crisp dialog. The direction is also incredible, with each scene stunningly presented. The acting is uniformly perfect, with each member of the cast bring their character skillfully to life. It is, however, Billie Jean King who stands out in the role of a judge. She gives what is undoubtedly the performance of a lifetime in this production and no one who sees it will ever forget her work. It is a shame she never seriously pursued an acting career because she is obviously a very talented, gifted actor.


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