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Invaders 

A case involving fake DEA badges leads to the death of A.D.A. Borgia. McCoy is forced to resort to dubious legal tactics to ensure that Borgia's killers are brought to justice.

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... Joe Fontana
... Ed Green
... Anita Van Buren
... Jack McCoy
... Alexandra Borgia
... Arthur Branch
... Kevin Almonte
... Frank Andreas
... Ms. Milford
... Judge Wade Bookman
... Judge Elizabeth Mizener
David Little ... Judge Michael Schneider
David Rossmer ... Lester Cook
... Nick Barczak
... Ernie Hencken
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The latest murder victims of two home invaders are the family members of a man who once sold fake DEA badges to the killers and then began secretly cooperating with police. The case takes a harrowing turn when one of the team is attacked and goes missing. In a legal gambit, McCoy must then risk his career -- and those of others, as well -- to bend the rules and use corrupt DEA Agent Almonte to lure out the sadistic psychopaths. Written by Alex

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17 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Alexandra Borgia's home address is 305 West 81st Street, Apartment 4D. See more »

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S. Epatha Markerson pronounces the street Houston as "House -ton" See more »

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Ms. Milford: I doubt you've handled an arraignment in twenty years, Mr. McCoy.
Jack McCoy: I used to have an assistant who did that.
Ms. Milford: We both know that's what these trumped-up charges are about.
Jack McCoy: Yes and no, Ms. Milford. Your client's friends killed Alexandra Borgia, but I can connect him to the Dyckman Street case as sure as I'm standing here.
Ms. Milford: So let's cut the BS. Who do you want more?
Jack McCoy: Do I really need to answer that?
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Now I supervise this court and you've gone too far.
17 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

A woman left one of her daughters to a neighbor due to a night shift. Unfortunately, a thief hold a gun against her and all the people inside the apartment are tied in chairs. Shortly after they were all murdered by asphyxiation with plastic bags. Victim's husband was the prime witness to thieves conviction years before (he set them up over a phony badges trade) but the perps were recently realeased from Rikers. Borgia was assaulted and abducted in her flat by the same robbers who wanted to find something, because they put her place upside down. They killed her, leaving her body in a trunk. Then McCoy was ready for the first time to break some procedures, much to Branch disapproval: a corrupt cop (Ritchie Coster) is ready to be used as bait.

Alexandra Borgia farewell is a sick one. I don't like her character very much and so do most of the audience. She is the second ADA who died in the series: Borgia died while performing her duty, while Claire Kincaid (McCoy former lover) died by car accident at the end of the sixth season


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