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The Abominable Showman 

New York Assistant District Attorney Tracey Kibre and her associate Kelly Gaffney take on the murder of a Broadway actress. Despite not having found a body or any forensic evidence, Kibre ... See full summary »

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Tracey Kibre
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Kelly Gaffney
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Hector Salazar
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Arthur Branch (as Fred Thompson)
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D.A. Investigator Lennie Briscoe
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Maggie Dettweiler
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Judge Matthew Sherwood
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Penny Sterba
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Lynn Blaylock
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Peter Behrens
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Jack McCoy
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Irv Kressel
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Judge Amanda Anderlee
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Judge Francesca Caruso
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New York Assistant District Attorney Tracey Kibre and her associate Kelly Gaffney take on the murder of a Broadway actress. Despite not having found a body or any forensic evidence, Kibre must prosecute a smug theater producer for the murder. Written by skillwithaquill

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Strong Start to the series
23 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

L&O: Trial by Jury had a more difficult task setting itself apart from its parent series. SVU had a clear focus on sex cases, while Criminal Intent gave us the perspective of the perp. Trial By Jury is, in some ways, just the second half of an episode of Law and Order. This episode makes a strong case for the series. We see the defendant choosing a lawyer, the defense making decisions on how to handle the case, and the jury deliberating. This episode is based on a pretty straightforward premise - a rich defendant to murder and a case without any forensic evidence, only motive. It makes a strong case for the spin off by allowing an interesting perspective on the case. It's a little heavy-handed in it's portrayal of the defendant, he's clearly the bad guy and every scene sets him up as someone for the viewer to dislike.


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