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Filmed on location in New York, the drama showcases the sometimes-complex process of determining guilt or innocence, while lives hang in the balance. Often inspired by the latest headlines, the plots highlight legal, ethical or personal dilemmas to which people can relate.

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The detectives suspect a man caring for a dying daughter may be responsible for the murder of an insurance executive.
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Briscoe and Green search for a suspect with a grudge against God after a priest is murdered while taking a confession.
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To solve the murder of a black publisher, the detectives reconstruct an argument he had with a man over a taxi.
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When a guest winds up dead at a club, the detectives believe that a popular rapper has something to do with the murder.
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Environmental extremists are accused of starting a lethal blaze that destroys a high-rise and kills a young woman.
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Lt. Van Buren discovers that someone may have tampered with evidence she used to convict a man 12 years earlier.
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Detectives investigate the shooting death of a once-popular singer's wife.
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The detectives sort through a murdered tenant's long-running battle with her landlord in order to find a possible suspect.
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Millions of dollars in diamonds link to two murders and to civil strife in Sierra Leone.
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Detectives Briscoe and Green investigate the slaying of a hit man.
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Briscoe and Green discover conflicting information about a down-and-out Vietnam veteran who is murdered.
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When a jogger is mauled to death by a dog in Central Park, Briscoe and Green (Jerry Orbach, Jesse L. Martin) trace the vicious animal to a prisoner (guest star David Warshofsky) serving two life sentences in Attica. With Sam Waterston and Elisabeth Rohm.
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A journalist investigating a senatorial election conspiracy learns she was the prime target in a botched murder attempt.
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A strict judge survives an assassination attempt, prompting the search for the person who ordered the hit among a long list of potential suspects.
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The search for the masked gunman in a high-school shooting is complicated when several students fit the profile of the culprit.
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Briscoe and Green (Jerry Orbach, Jesse L. Martin) discover a murdered businessman may have been the target of a well-known criminal (guest star Michael O'Keefe), but the investigation stumbles when the FBI acts as the suspect's alibi.
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The murder of a prep school student points to a mystery woman who may have been extorting money from the victim's wealthy father.
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A man's death is linked to a series of car crashes that finds the same employer, chiropractor, insurance adjuster and lawyers profiting.
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A drugs-and-money trail leads to a woman whose military husband directs anti-drug efforts in Colombia.
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A rising politician is suspected in the murder of a state investigator after Briscoe and Green discover he had a relationship with her.
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While investigating a murder, Briscoe and Green discover their prime suspect may be guilty of a homicide another man has been convicted of.

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