Law & Order: Trial by Jury

Season 1 Episode 12

Boys Will Be Boys

Aired Friday 10:00 PM May 06, 2005 on NBC
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Episode Summary

Kibre prosecutes the man accused of murdering his girlfriend who turns out to be a sex changed person, but Kibre soon runs into trouble when his father confesses to the same crime. This turns to a case of who's lying to who in a mix of new evidence and how the boy shows his true feelings.moreless

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    Bebe Neuwirth

    Bebe Neuwirth

    A.D.A. Tracey Kibre

    Amy Carlson

    Amy Carlson

    A.D.A. Kelly Gaffney

    Scott Cohen

    Scott Cohen

    Detective Chris Ravell (Episode 5+, Recurring Previously)

    Kirk Acevedo

    Kirk Acevedo

    D.A. Investigator Hector Salazar

    Fred Dalton Thompson

    Fred Dalton Thompson

    D.A. Arthur Branch

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Goof: The defense attorney mistakingly refers to Martinez as a man at one point, while Orlando Ramirez was on the stand, even though they were told to refer to the victim as a female.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Tracey Kibre: (to defense attorney Ana Mendez) You wanna deal, go to Bloomingdales, their winter sales started this morning.

      • (About the defendant's attorney Ana Mendez)
        Tracey Kibre: She used to work here.
        Kelly Gaffney: She was a prosecutor?
        Tracey Kibre: Yeah, good. One flaw. Sometimes she thought the defendants were telling the truth.

      • (Having heard the suspect's confession)
        Kelly Gaffney: You believe him?
        Tracey Kibre: Do I ever?

    • NOTES (1)

      • Unfortunately this was the last episode. NBC cancelled the series, due to low ratings. Law & Order: Trial by Jury was the first scripted Law & Order series to get cancelled. Crime & Punishment, Law & Order's real lawyer show, was the first of the franchise to be axed.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • This episode appears to be based in part on the story of Gwen Araujo, a young transgender teen who was brutally killed in October of 2002.