Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Season 11 Episode 15


Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Mar 10, 2010 on NBC
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Benson and Stabler investigate the abduction of a woman in a building that is owned by a high-powered and highly protected investment banker. When Munch's memory of an eerily similar crime proves true, the focus turns toward potentially freeing an innocent man from prison, and Stabler risks his career to uncover the truth.moreless

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  • Confidential

    the one got out and other have to the time both innocent
  • Confidential

    I felt inclined to give this episode a higher score as it was interesting, but it just was so completely over the place. First we were dealing with rape, then murder, then somebody wrongly convicted of a crime, then the person who did that going to jail, and then Elliot rejecting that. This was just too insane, too many plot twists, and while it wasn't the hardest Law and Order: SVU to follow ever, the show tried to accomplish too much in a one hour time slot.

    This show is really good, but sometimes Dick Wolf has to force his code of ethics on the viewers too hard. This was one of those times.moreless
  • the

    this show had potential. it was really showing how the guilty are being protected and the Innocent and/or victims suffer, Hence "special victims unit", but they turn it around and make protecting criminals is what being a lair, oops i mean a lawyer is all about. and we complain about corporate America. what do we expect lawyers are about lying, if your guilty you still plead innocent...craziness. how can we have a good legal system if its about who is a better lair. its all about "well its the prosecution who need to do a great job to tell the truth, but its the defense to tell a better lie. we make shows about the law abiding citizens becoming vigilantes and call them the bad guys, well get rid of all lawyers who lie and that will help allot... what about honesty, responsibility, integrity and truth... oh yeah truth relative, what a joke this show is b.s.try a real show like C.S.I. LV they show all sides and let you decide for the most part. NBC what joke.moreless
  • Client-Attorney Confidentiality prevents attorney from setting a man free who is wrongly accused of a murder.

    I liked this episode because of the interesting concept that the client-attoorny privilege keeps an attorney from setting an innocent man free. Client confesses to his attorney that he is guilty of a murder that another man was accused, sentenced and serving time for. If she reports it she can be disbarred and even imprisoned for breaking the client-attorney privilege. So an innocent man serves time. 22 years later her client dies and so she reports it and the innocent man is set free after serving 22 years.

    Can this really happen? Is it true that client-attorney confidentiality prevents an attorney from reporting the truth like this?moreless

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