Law & Order

Season 3 Episode 16

Jurisdiction

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Mar 03, 1993 on NBC
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Stone battles the Brooklyn D.A.'s office over prosecutorial jurisdiction in the case of a mentally handicapped man who confesses to the stabbing deaths of two women.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Dann Florek

    Dann Florek

    Capt. Don Cragen

    Richard Brooks

    Richard Brooks

    A.D.A. Paul Robinette

    Michael Moriarty

    Michael Moriarty

    Exec. A.D.A. Ben Stone

    Steven Hill

    Steven Hill

    D.A. Adam Schiff

    Jerry Orbach

    Jerry Orbach

    Det. Lennie Briscoe

    Chris Noth

    Chris Noth

    Det. Mike Logan

    Dan Hedaya

    Dan Hedaya

    Brian Torelli

    Guest Star

    Mark Blum

    Mark Blum

    Frank Lazar

    Guest Star

    Paul McCrane

    Paul McCrane

    James Lee Pawl

    Guest Star

    Lorraine Toussaint

    Lorraine Toussaint

    Shambala Green

    Recurring Role

    Merwin Goldsmith

    Merwin Goldsmith

    Judge Ian Feist

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    John Fiore

    John Fiore

    Tony Profaci

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      • Don Cragen: Media's already comparing this to Richard Speck.

        Richard Speck was a mass murderer who tortured, raped, and killed eight nurses in Chicago on July 13, 1966. He was thought to have XYY chromosone which would've made him developmentally disabled and was mischaracterized as making someone violent and acne prone. Blood work done on Speck showed that he had a normal XY chromosome. Speck was found guilty and would've recieved the death penalty but this was reversed to life in prison when it was discovered that conscientious and religious objectors to capital punishment were excluded from the jury.

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