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Quit Claim 

A.D.A. Cutter matches wits with a slippery, manipulative con artist who is the lone surviving suspect connected to a real estate scam involving organized crime.

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Ed Green
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Cyrus Lupo
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Anita Van Buren
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Michael Cutter
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Connie Rubirosa
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Jack McCoy
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Kim Brody
Greg Keller ...
Peter Berbatov
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Asst. U.S. Attorney Richard Cassidy
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Dennis Langdon / Phil Newsom
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Judge Norman Barclay
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Judge Allard Harper
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Stephen Rowe ...
Magistrate Warren
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Jane Simonian
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A.D.A. Cutter matches wits with a slippery, manipulative con artist who is the lone surviving suspect connected to a real estate scam involving organized crime.

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The episode's title "Quit Claim" refers to a type of property transfer where the seller/owner is only removing their interest from the property and makes no claim as to the validity of the remainder of the title. See more »

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Even if the suspect took a shower, gunpowder residue would still be on her hands. The detectives would have sought a warrant for a gunpowder residue test which would have discovered that she had indeed recently fired a weapon. Additionally, even if she had showered or bathed, that still would have done nothing to remove gunpowder residue from her clothing and/or shoes. See more »

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The Jackal In New York
18 December 2010 | by See all my reviews

This episode of Law And Order opens with a hit and run accident where a mother and daughter pair of tourists are run down in New York by a driver who didn't even attempt to stop. When they find $10,000.00 in new bills in the car both Jesse Martin and Jeremy Sisto conclude that this hit and run is going to open one big old can of worms.

That money is from the sale of a house and the investigation leads to a woman played by January Jones at a title insurance company. That's as far as I will go because this episode Quit Claim has more twists in it than a back country road.

It's a con game on an enormous scale, but even those that are doing the conning are being conned by Jones. She's responsible for a whole bunch of deaths before this is over.

Watching Quit Claim reminded me of Fred Zinnemann's, The Day Of The Jackal and Jones as villain has about as much scruples as the Jackal. And in the end law enforcement on the local and federal levels still haven't got a clue.


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