Law & Order: Los Angeles

Season 1 Episode 4

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Oct 20, 2010 on NBC
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When a meth lab explosion kills two young boys, Detectives Winters and Jaruszalski expect a relatively easy investigation. Unfortunately, the case takes a couple twists. First the detectives discover another potential target, then DDA Dekker finds himself in a battle over jurisdiction.

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    Skeet Ulrich

    Skeet Ulrich

    Det. Rex Winters

    Corey Stoll

    Corey Stoll

    Det. T.J. Jaruszalski

    Rachel Ticotin

    Rachel Ticotin

    Lt. Arleen Gonzales

    Megan Boone

    Megan Boone

    Deputy D.A. Lauren Stanton

    Terrence Howard

    Terrence Howard

    Deputy D.A. Joe Dekker

    Kathleen Rose Perkins

    Kathleen Rose Perkins

    Amy Powell

    Guest Star

    Shannon Lucio

    Shannon Lucio

    Kim Miller

    Guest Star

    Tim Guinee

    Tim Guinee

    Colonel Richards

    Guest Star

    Peter Coyote

    Peter Coyote

    D.A. Jerry Hardin

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (Winters and Jaruszalski are discussing the motion to bring the trial back to Los Angeles as they walk toward courthouse protesters.)
        Winters: What a circus.
        TJ: For a motion!
        Winters: Imagine a full-on trial. Dekker should let the Feds handle it.
        TJ: Yeah? I want to see Walker's face when the jury drops the hammer on him.
        Winters: Well, speaking as a former jarhead, the military can drop a hammer on him as hard as anybody.
        TJ: In secret. My father escaped a country that made secret trials an art form. I'll take this circus any day.

      • Dekker: (to the jury) And finally… there is no doubt about this. The taking of innocent lives is never justified. Whether it happens in a valley in Pakistan or in a valley 10 miles north of this courtroom. And it is only right and proper that someone speak for these innocent victims. Today you can speak for two of 'em… speak in a single and clear voice that will pierce the fog of fanaticism and self-righteousness. And as pure an expression of our justice system as this trial has been, it still needs you to put the final piece in place. Murder is murder. Let everyone watching this trial know it.

      • Winters: Word to the wise? If you're gonna drop in on your friendly neighborhood meth cooker, leave the kids at home.

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