A probable suicide becomes a murder investigation with suspects that include the writer's psychiatrist, a family member and a local news anchor, but the woman's sister brings evidence that will turn the case on its head.
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Olivia says that under Megan's law the statute of limitations on the sexual abuse Gretchen and her sister Ellen suffered at the hands of their father would reset if Ellen has repressed memories of the abuse that can be recovered. However Megan's law has nothing to do with recovered memories or limitation statutes; Megan's law is the informal name given to legislature passed and signed into law on May 17, 1996 that requires law enforcement to make information in the sex offender registry freely available to the public, and to notify the public whenever a registered sex offender moves into a neighborhood. See more
Detective Elliot Stabler
[entering Cragen's office
You look about as happy as a postal worker on Christmas.
References Law & Order