Law & Order (1990–2010)
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A frustrated prison social worker is accused of taking the law into her own hands with a dangerous man whom she knew was violating the terms of his parole agreement.

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Anita Van Buren
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Serena Southerlyn
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Joyce Draper
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Dr. Evodius Peters
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Jason Goidell
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Dr. Jack Clayburg
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Dr. Jacob Lowenstein
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Carla Lowenstein
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Ron Draper
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A frustrated prison social worker is accused of taking the law into her own hands with a dangerous man whom she knew was violating the terms of his parole agreement.

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8 December 2004 (USA)  »

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Episode #15.11 was noteworthy as it featured Noah Dize's 1st appearance as 'Concerned/Blurry Audience Member in Blue Shirt', a role that soon took on a life of its own. See more »

Goofs

The episode "Fixed" features a cameo appearance by Dann Florek as Captain Donald Cragen, however the opening credits mistakenly identify Cragen as a Lieutenant. (Cragen is, and always has been, a Captain in his entire run on the show). Subsequent rebroadcasts of this episode featured a fixed version of the credits where Cragen is correctly identified as a Captain. See more »

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D.A. Arthur Branch: You're still here.
Jack McCoy: I'm writing my closing statement.
D.A. Arthur Branch: You're gonna take it all the way to the jury.
Jack McCoy: No reason not to. That tape was pretty damning.
D.A. Arthur Branch: That's your call, but a part of me wouldn't mind seeing this whole thing go away.
Jack McCoy: Me, too.
D.A. Arthur Branch: You know, this office has cut a deal with the likes of Jacob Lowenstein. We could do the same thing with Joyce Draper.
Jack McCoy: I'd be happy to if she'd allocute to what she did.
D.A. Arthur Branch: She won't?
Jack McCoy: I spoke to her lawyer, dangled the possibility. She won't accept any sort of ...
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Citizens may not take the law into their own hands.
14 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Before a primary school, a man just paroled (David Groh) was run over by a SUV; he lost the right leg as a result. He had just spent fifteen years in jail for murder and paedophilia; he always claimed himself innocent even if there were compelling evidences against him (the jury found him guilty of killing his step-daughter). Shortly after jailtime, he started a relationship with a girl who had two kids on her own. His prison therapist was really at anger because she realized that the system failed towards him, so she resigned from the office and she tried to prevent him from doing harm to his new step-daughter. While her guilty seemed out of the question (the SUV belonged to her and victim DNA was found on the bumper), the point is to determine if she freaked out at the time of the murder of if she planned everything before. Be ready for the twist ending.

The plot didn't convince me enterily. How could a mother (a cute young girl, by the way) let a convicted pedophile take care of her own childen? Not even a junkie could do such a thing. Despite that, I find the episode quite enjoyable.


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