Law & Order

Season 7 Episode 11

Menace

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Feb 05, 1997 on NBC
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The detectives face a difficult struggle getting witnesses to a girl's apparent suicide to come forward while Ross tries to prove that a known bully is the one really responsible for her actions.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Steven Hill

    Steven Hill

    DA Adam Schiff

    Jerry Orbach

    Jerry Orbach

    Det. Lennie Briscoe

    S. Epatha Merkerson

    S. Epatha Merkerson

    Lt. Anita Van Buren

    Sam Waterston

    Sam Waterston

    Exec. ADA Jack McCoy

    Benjamin Bratt

    Benjamin Bratt

    Det. Rey Curtis

    Carey Lowell

    Carey Lowell

    ADA Jamie Ross

    John Cullum

    John Cullum

    Harold Dorning

    Guest Star

    Christopher Cousins

    Christopher Cousins

    Robert Dorning

    Guest Star

    John Ellison Conlee

    John Ellison Conlee

    Crazy' Mike McDugan

    Guest Star

    John Ramsey

    John Ramsey

    Judge Walter Schreiber

    Recurring Role

    Francine Beers

    Francine Beers

    Judge Janis Silver

    Recurring Role

    John Fiore

    John Fiore

    Tony Profaci

    Recurring Role

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      • Clerk: Docket #454320. People vs. Michael L. McDugan. Charged with murder in the second degree and assault in the first degree.
        "Crazy" Mike McDugan: What, they're sayin' it's murder?
        Judge Silver: Let's get your plea first, Mr. McDugan.
        "Crazy" Mike McDugan: I'm not guilty!
        Jamie Ross: The People ask bail of half a million, your Honor.
        Attorney: That's way outta line, your Honor. This is at best an assault case.
        Jamie Ross: The defendant terrorized a 28-year-old woman in the dead of night on a bridge ramp, and with depraved indifference, caused her death.
        Attorney: The deceased jumped off a bridge on her own. Period.
        Jamie Ross: She jumped to get away from Mr. McDugan. He didn't have to push her.
        Attorney: She chose to die, your Honor. My client isn't accountable for the actions of a disturbed individual.
        Judge Silver: Miss Ross, it sounds like you're conceding Mr. McDugan didn't push her.
        Jamie Ross: He may not have physically pushed her, your Honor, but he...
        Judge Silver: But what? He levitated her? Thank your lucky stars I'm not the trial judge. Bail is $100,000. (bangs gavel)

      • Jamie Ross: They don't call him Crazy Mike because he sells discount stereos.

      • Adam Schiff: Throw the book at him. The grand jury throws it back, don't get hit in the head.

      • Rey Curtis: Tox report found the blood-alcohol level consistent with what the friend told us. No drugs, unless you count Midol.
        Lennie Briscoe: Midol. That tells you something.
        Anita Van Buren: She jumped because it was that time of month? I really hope you come up with a better reason before you go home to your cave tonight.

      • (To Randall in the interrogation room, referring to he and McDugan.)
        Jack McCoy: First one to confess gets to plead to murder two, fifteen to life.
        Dave Randall: (grabs his crotch) Plead this.

      • Jack McCoy: I remember how I felt when I realized my father was a son of a bitch. I can't imagine what it would be like to realize that you raised one.

      • (Describing the chain of conspiracy.)
        Jack McCoy: Harold Dorning to Randall the Candle to Crazy Mike McDugan.
        Adam Schiff: And who orchestrated this conspiracy -- Mack the Knife?

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