A.D.A. Cutter tries to prosecute an African American drug dealer who raped a 19 year old music student, but his opposing counsel is a high-priced attorney who is devoted to protecting the civil rights of accused minorities.

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Nick Amaro
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Amanda Rollins
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Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
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Donald Cragen (credit only)
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Michael Cutter
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Michael Wedmore
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A.D.A. Rose Caliay
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A.D.A. Cutter tries to prosecute an African American drug dealer who raped a 19 year old music student, but his opposing counsel is a high-priced attorney who is devoted to protecting the civil rights of accused minorities.

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2 November 2011 (USA)  »

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John Munch (Richard Belzer) greets guest star Andre Braugher telling him "I've always admired your work". They had both appeared together before as detectives on 'Homicide; Life on the Street'. See more »

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Sergeant John Munch: Counselor Ellis.
Bayard Ellis: Have we met?
Sergeant John Munch: Sergeant John Munch. I admire your second act.
Bayard Ellis: Um, I'm not sure I get the joke.
Sergeant John Munch: I'm not joking.
[Belzer as Munch and Braugher as Det. Frank Pembleton, a different character, co-starred on Homicide: Life on the Street]
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Not Such A Slam Dunk
23 August 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The SVU squad catches the case of young music student Sofia Vassilieva who is raped by a push-in intruder in her apartment. The intruder is Cedric Sanders who is a local drug dealer and who seems to dabble in rape on the side.

The luckiest day in his life occurs when noted civil liberties attorney Andre Braugher takes his case pro bono. What seems like a slam dunk goes off the legal backboard as Braugher with a bit of stupidity on behalf of the squad and the victim proceeds to demolish their case, not only for the sex crime, but for the weapon that Danny Pino collared him with.

Linus Roache who made several appearances as Mike Cutter after Law And Order prime ended its run is the one done in by all the foul ups. This episode is a great example of what can happen when you have a client guilty as sin with the right attorney at your side.


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