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Law & Disorder 

After a murder helps uncover a scandal involving a city councilman, Horatio discovers that a sleazy defense attorney from his past may be blackmailing his clients into helping keep his other clients out of jail.

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Cast

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Calleigh Duquesne
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Ryan Wolfe
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Natalia Boa Vista
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Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
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Randall Stafford
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Samantha Owens
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Josh Avery
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Clyde Novak
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Gabrielle Wade
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Delonte Cassell
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Storyline

After a murder helps uncover a scandal involving a city councilman, Horatio discovers that a sleazy defense attorney from his past may be blackmailing his clients into helping keep his other clients out of jail.

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jail | prison | blackmail | See All (3) »


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25 March 2012 (USA)  »

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16 : 9
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Goofs

When we first see a photo of the five 9mm shells, they are all in a nice row. But when the dirty D.A. shows up in the lab, the shells are now in a messy staggered setting with 3 in front and 2 behind. See more »

Quotes

Detective Frank Tripp: Well, the driver's sober. He said he didn't see the victim in the alleyway.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: We got a cause of death?
Dr. Tom Loman: Her cervical vertebrae and lateral malleoli are crushed.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: So she's got a broken neck.
Dr. Tom Loman: Not exactly. These injuries suggest she was already on the ground when run over. And look... frothing. And... ocular miosis.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Which tells you what?
Dr. Tom Loman: These are all symptoms of being poisoned by a nerve agent. Odds are, she was already dead when the car hit her.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: So what you're saying is the car was unrelated to her ...
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Miami
Words and Music by Fawn
Performed by Fawn
Courtesy of Stonedef Records, Inc. and Songirl Music, ASCAP
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