Casey Novak returns to the DA's office to prosecute a man accused of rape. However, Los Angeles ADA Jonah Dekker comes to New York City to serve for the defense as a favor to his family .

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Olivia Benson (credit only)
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John Munch (credit only)
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D.D.A. Jonah Dekker comes to NYC from L.A. to defend his cousin who has been accused of rape. Meanwhile, A.D.A. Casey Novak returns to help detectives Benson and Stabler with the case. The detectives soon discover that the case goes much deeper than the current accusation and it raises the question: how far will someone go to get revenge for their family? Written by NBC Publicity

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When Elliot and Fin talk with a suspect's sister, they're standing outside of her apartment, 6E. They see the suspect climbing up the fire escape. They chase him up to the roof and prevent him from committing suicide by jumping off. Back at their office, Elliot mentions to the ADA that the suspect tried to do leap off a fifth story walk up, which doesn't match having an apartment on the sixth floor. See more »

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Beyond the power of temporal justice
31 January 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Terrence Howard crosses over from the LA Law&Order series and across the aisle so to speak to defend his cousin accused of rape. The victim is Virginia Kull who looks to be a sweet young woman who teaches in minority areas and even is living in Washington Heights.

After one false start with a neighbor who has gone off his meds the squad zeroes in on Vondie Curtis Hall who has some really fascinating history with the family of this victim.

Turns out the man who would have to answer in celestial court is Kull's grandfather Robert Hogan. The statute of limitations puts Hogan way beyond the power of temporal justice. More I really can't say about this episode.

Marc Antony put it best the evil can live on and on and it will after Hogan is no longer among the living.


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