Detectives Briscoe and Logan investigate when a woman, 22 year-old Debra Elkins, is found sitting in an ER waiting room unconscious and hemorrhaging having recently given birth. She says she has no memory of having had the baby - something Lt. Van Buren finds hard to believe - and tracing her movements prior to arriving at the hospital, find the child safe and well in the care of her boyfriend. Everything is in order, or so it seems, until the hospital reports the child has been kidnapped. It seems that the woman who stole the baby was promised the child and had been paying for Elkins' medical and living expenses. Elkins is a schemer who has been very careful to stay within the bounds of the law but when ADA Stone learns that she was stringing along several couples for fairly large amounts of money, he decides to prosecute.
Did You Know?
When Stone is walking with Kincaid, he stops at an outdoor newsstand to buy the December 2, 1993, issue of the semi-monthly "The New York Review of Books". If that periodical was first on sale about 2 weeks before its cover date, Stone could have bought it during the last half of November. With "Breeder" shown on January 19, 1994, at least that scene was shot about 2 months or less before it was first broadcast. See more
During Mr. Stone's examination of a witness, the defense attorney objects to Mr. Stone's question, and the judge upholds the objection, yet the witness is allowed to answer the question. The judge should have prevented the witness from answering, and if he had answered anyway, the judge should have immediately instructed the jury to disregard both the question and the witness's answer. However, in Schiff's office afterwards, Kincaid says that the entirety of their cross examination was inadmissible because the judge did, in fact, instruct the jury to disregard all testimony. See more
Detective Mike Logan
[carrying out a baby
If he's a day old, call the Guinness Book of World Records.
References Sesame Street