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A co-ed is accused of murdering a man inside a "Babes Being Bad" tour bus. But was she raped by the owner of the company, and is he ultimately responsible for the murder?

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Michael Pressman

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Dick Wolf (created by), Rick Eid | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jesse L. Martin ... Ed Green
Milena Govich ... Nina Cassady
S. Epatha Merkerson ... Anita Van Buren
Sam Waterston ... Jack McCoy
Alana De La Garza ... Connie Rubirosa
Fred Dalton Thompson ... Arthur Branch
Kim Shaw ... Nicole Flynn
Adam Kaufman ... Attorney Swain
Rob Devaney Rob Devaney ... Dave Sugarman
Tim Peper ... Chris Drake
Alexandra Daddario ... Samantha Beresford
Daniel Talbott ... Bryce Moore (as Daniel Cameron Talbott)
Rebecca Watson ... Roberta Perkins
Evan Lubeck Evan Lubeck ... Richard 'The Bomb' Condell
Réal Andrews ... Deon (as Real Andrews)
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A co-ed is accused of murdering a man inside a "Babes Being Bad" tour bus. But was she raped by the owner of the company, and is he ultimately responsible for the murder?

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USA

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English

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10 November 2006 (USA) See more »

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New York City, New York, USA

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1.78 : 1
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Towards the end of the trial the intro shows "Supreme Court Trial Part 80 Thursday, November 11" November 11 is Veterans Day, a Federal holiday where all governmental buildings are closed. See more »

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Predjudiced trash....
6 October 2017 | by amarshall-16756See all my reviews

This episode is not only a testament to poor sensationalism but also to the failure of the justice system. The details of how plot changing testimony is entered in this show is lazily vague and incoherent. The fact that a signed consent form doesn't protect one from retribution is a testament that despite the cries of feminism... Women have so much power. Religion and base ideas of morality cloud sound mind and judgment. More importantly the case law used to prosecute the man. The whole basis of the drama of the entire show is poorly explained. The prosecutor stretches the use of the clause (or case law) which allows one felony "rape" the ability to charge the perpetrator with resulting more serious crimes "indirect murder committed by a woman for which the accused was not even present" We don't even know if the woman was charged with murder. It could have not even been a murder but self defense still the "slimy man" was charged with murder. Poor episode construction because the jurisprudence was a reach which would have been slightly less repulsive if it was very articulated. Not only is this a slippery slope. The fact that the man tried his best to protect himself and got consent is completely ignored he is characterized and people's retarded base judgment is not only sickening it is hypocritical and repulsive. Everyone has sexual fantasy. Everyone is so quick to come to judgment on the part of others when the story of a bad man is titillating and satiates a base desire to pass judgment. The fact that the prosecutors unconstitutionally stretched previous case law in a judgmental self righteous crusade is bad enough. The fact that the previous ruling ruling was glanced over and not explained while the "bad morals " of the guy is the focal point is a testament to our judgmental prejudiced off with his head emotii]onal justice system. Furthermore, they don't even address the core issue that the girl could be deranged and lying. The fact that this didn't even cross anyone's mind is absolutely insane. It wasn't even addressed this makes me lose hope in society. If the girl was black... Think about it... Her perfect Irish Catholic girl, story would never hold. At the very least it would be much more difficult to believe based on prejudice. The fact that she lied is not addressed the fact that she said she would have sex with him is not addressed honestly i wish i could burn every copy of this episode . The fact that the good privileged white girl couldn't possibly be deranged when she committed the murder..... Its... Sickening...


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