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Law & Order, im deutschsprachigen Raum ehemals bekannt als Die Aufrechten – Aus den Akten der Straße, ist eine von 19produzierte. Law & Order: Die am längsten laufende Krimiserie der US-amerikanischen Fernsehgeschichte zeigt die Jagd nach Verbrechern in und um New York aus zwei. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: „Bei Polizei und Staatsanwaltschaft gelten Sexualverbrechen als besonders abscheulich. In New York City gehören die .
Furthermore, Noth had been disgruntled with the show since the dismissals of Florek and Brooks, and remained embittered against Wolf, who he felt was not a friend to his actors.
The final story line for Detective Logan involved him being banished to work on Staten Island in a domestic violence crimes unit as punishment for punching a city council member who had orchestrated the murder of a gay colleague and had managed to get acquitted of the charges.
Noth was replaced by Benjamin Bratt as Detective Reynaldo "Rey" Curtis , who was hired in an attempt to find an actor even sexier than Noth to join the cast.
Hennessy chose not to renew her three-year contract at the end of Season 6 to pursue other projects, and Claire Kincaid was written off as being killed in a drunk driving accident.
Lowell remained with the show until the end of Season 8, when she left to spend more time with her daughter. Jamie Ross was written off as leaving the D.
Harmon auditioned with 85 other women, including Vanessa Williams , for the role, and was picked after Wolf heard her Texas accent.
Beginning in Season 8 ,  J. Simmons had the recurring role of Dr. Emil Skoda , a psychiatrist who worked with the Police Department.
He appeared in 41 episodes until He then reappeared for three episodes in the final season. Bratt left the series at the end of Season 9, stating it was an amicable departure and he expected to eventually return for guest appearances.
He ultimately returned for the Season 20 episode "Fed". Detective Curtis was written off as leaving the force in order to take care of his wife, who was suffering from multiple sclerosis , in her final days.
In , Steven Hill announced he was leaving the series after Season Hill, who was the last remaining member of the original cast, said his departure was mutual with the producers.
He was replaced by Dianne Wiest as Interim District Attorney Nora Lewin , and Adam Schiff was written out off-screen as departing to work with Jewish charities and human-rights organizations in Europe.
The following year, Harmon left the show after three seasons with Abbie Carmichael written off as being called on to serve the U.
Senator Fred Thompson as District Attorney Arthur Branch , whose character was conceived of as being much more right-leaning than his predecessors in the DA's office, and was a direct reaction to the September 11 attacks.
However, Orbach died from his cancer on December 28, and was featured in only the first two episodes of Trial by Jury.
His character was subsequently written off as having also died off-screen, though this was not revealed on the original series until the Season 18 episode "Burn Card".
Season 15 would see the departure of Röhm mid-season. Röhm's final scene on the show, in the episode "Ain't No Love", sparked controversy within the fanbase, as ADA Southerlyn asked Arthur Branch if she was being fired because she was a lesbian, a fact the scripts had never even hinted at until then.
For a few seasons, she had often argued opposing points to McCoy and Branch, and he thought she would be better as a defender rather than a prosecutor.
Later that season, Martin departed early to film Rent. Ed Green was temporarily written off as being shot in the line of duty and being replaced during his recovery by Detective Nick Falco , played by Michael Imperioli , who had previously guest starred as a murder suspect in the Season 6 episode "Atonement".
Detective Fontana was written off as having retired off-screen. By this point, NBC executives believed the series was beginning to show its age, as the ratings had been declining since Orbach's departure.
However, Govich proved to be even more unpopular with fans than her predecessor was, and she left the show after one season, with the explanation being that Detective Cassady's assignment to the precinct had been temporary and had been transferred out.
No explanation was given within the show regarding Arthur Branch's off-screen departure. Martin later announced that he would leave the show for the second and last time near the end of Season 18 to pursue other endeavors, and Detective Green was written off as resigning from the force due to burnout.
The show dwells little on the characters' back-stories or social lives , focusing mainly on their lives at work. The scene typically began with a slice of everyday life in New York City.
Some civilians would then discover the crime victim, or sometimes the crime would occur in a public place and they would be witnesses or a victim of a crime.
However, in the real world, these cases are handled by other units and divisions. The viewers are introduced to two homicide detectives, a senior detective usually a veteran cop and a junior detective usually a young but capable detective , who report directly to their boss at their precinct either a Lieutenant or a Captain.
When they first arrive at the crime scene they are met by the first responding officer or a Crime Scene Unit CSU forensic technician, who will inform the two lead detectives on everything known at that point.
It's during their preliminary crime scene examination that the featured detectives will make their first observations and come up with some theories followed by a witticism or two before the title sequence begins.
The detectives often have few or no good clues—they might not even know the victim's identity—and must usually chase several dead ends before finding a likely suspect s.
They start their investigations at the crime scene by talking to any witnesses at the scene while the CSU technicians assist them in the processing of the crime scene as well as determining the proper routing of evidence between the Medical Examiner's office, the Crime Lab and the NYPD Property Clerks office.
The CSU has many tools at their disposal to process a crime scene including the materials needed to develop fingerprints, cast footwear and tire impressions, follow the trajectory of bullets fired through windows and the chemicals necessary to observe blood under special lighting conditions that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye.
The unit is also trained to process a crime scene in a hazardous environment, for example following a nuclear, biological or chemical attack.
The medical examiner M. When the detectives know the victim's identity they will inform their relatives or loved ones of their death and attempt to get more information on the victim's life and possible suspects.
The detectives continue their investigation by interviewing witnesses and possible suspects, all the while tracing the victim's last known movements and victim's state of mind by talking to the victim's family, friends and co-workers.
Sometimes they will have someone they suspect of the crime and in checking their alibi they will trace the last known movements and the state of mind of the current suspect by talking to the people in the person s life until they are either ruled out or dead certain of the guilt of the person they suspect.
The detectives may even ask victims and witnesses to look through photographs in mug books or to view police lineups where they will try and identify the suspect s.
They may even approach Criminal Informants to see if they have heard anything on the street about the crime itself. The detectives also visit the crime lab to submit and view evidence e.
All the while, the detectives report to their commanding officer, keeping them informed and being advised on how best to proceed next.
The detectives will then arrest the suspects s and read them their miranda rights , though sometimes the police might have to chase the accused through the streets of New York.
The scene might shift to the interrogation room where the detectives interrogate the suspect s until they either confess, ask for a lawyer, their defense attorney shows up and asks the suspect not to talk anymore, or the Assistant District Attorney from the D.
A and an Assistant District Attorney A. Unlike many other legal dramas e. Law , the court proceedings are shown from the prosecution's point-of-view, with the regular characters trying to prove the defendant's guilt, not innocence.
The two lead prosecutors will also consult at various stages of the trial with their boss, the district attorney, for advice on the case, as the D.
The A. After the arraignment of defendants, the E. This includes legal research, preparing witnesses testimony, and sorting through relevant evidence.
They might also discuss deals using plea negotiations. To strengthen their case the team might do some investigating on their own or with help from the police even though in real life this would be done by the District Attorney's own Investigation Unit.
Some episodes include legal proceedings beyond the testimony of witnesses, including motion hearings, often concerning the admissibility of evidence; jury selection; and allocations, usually as a result of plea bargains.
Many episodes employ motions to suppress evidence as a plot device, and most of these end with evidence or statements being suppressed, often on a technicality.
This usually begins with the service of the motion to the D. Sometimes, the motions might go before the New York Court of Appeals , to get a conclusive judgment.
During the trial , both the prosecutor usually the E. They both directly examine and cross-examine the witnesses asking them questions that support the arguments for their case or sowing seeds of doubt in their rival's case.
Some of the people interviewed by the police in the first half the witness's, previous suspects, and family members of both criminal defendant s and victim s will return to be put on the stand to testify for either side, depending on which party has subpoenaed them.
Also, professional testimony is given from the Medical Examiner's , Crime Lab technicians including fingerprint analysts , DNA profilers and ballistics analysts , and psychologists or psychiatrists if the defendant uses an insanity plea.
They will also object when each other goes beyond the scope of what the law will allow, e. The judge might even ask them to approach the bench or ask the two parties to meet in his chambers for further arguments away from a jury.
Many episodes use outlandish defense scenarios such as diminished responsibility e. Some episodes revolve around moral and ethical debates including the " right to die " euthanasia , the " right to life " abortion , and the " right to bear arms " gun control.
Near the end of the trial, the jury will break to deliberate their verdict and if once agreed upon the trial will continue, with the jury foreperson reading out the final verdict either guilty or not guilty to the court.
Either verdict will show the reaction of both parties with the guilty verdict showing the defendant being handcuffed by the bailiff and led away to await sentencing usually a prison term unless they are found insane, which usually means being sen to a secure psychiatric facility.
If the defendant is found not guilty they will be released and will thank their attorney before rejoining their family. We will also see the prosecutors look at the family of the victim to see their reaction to the verdict whether positive or negative.
The scene may then shifts to the District Attorney's office, where the team is leaving the office to go home while contemplating either the true guilt of the accused, the defence scenarios that were used, or the moral or ethical issue that was central to the episode.
Often the plot of an initial portion of an episode resembles a recognizable aspect of an actual case. Another early episode, "Out of the Half-Light", focused on a racially charged rape case that mimicked the Tawana Brawley case.
This "ripped from the headlines" style is reflected in the opening credits sequence that evolves from newspaper halftones to high-resolution photos.
Another first-season episode, " Poison Ivy ", was based on the Edmund Perry case where an NYPD officer fatally shot a black honor student who was committing a crime in front of the officer upon returning to the city after recently graduating from an Ivy League prep school.
Later seasons would take real-life cases as inspiration but diverge more from the facts. Often this would be done by increasing the severity of the crime in question, usually by adding a murder.
As a result, the plot would tend to veer significantly from the actual events that may have inspired the episode.
This format lends itself to exploring different outcomes or motives that similar events could have had under other circumstances.
Some real-life crime victims have felt used and exploited,  with one lawyer, Ravi Batra, going so far as to sue the show in for libel.
The show premiered September 13, , and ended on May 24, The show ran for twenty seasons on NBC. It was NBC's longest running crime drama, and tied for longest running primetime scripted drama with Gunsmoke.
The first two seasons were broadcast Tuesdays at 10 p. From season 3 through 16 the show aired Wednesday at 10 p.
For season 17 it moved to Fridays at 10 p. For seasons 18 and 19 the show shifted back to Wednesdays at 10 p. For season 20 the show was broadcast Fridays at 8 p.
Talks between the two started up after upfronts. In February , NBC considered bringing the series back for a episode limited series.
Although there were fears initially that the failure of such shows could hurt the original series, it was felt the brand name was needed because of the commercial desirability such a brand name creates.
The series and its spin-offs shared a universe with the series Homicide: Life on the Street , with the two sharing several crossover episodes.
Each season is individually packaged in tray-stack style , with all new cover-art including new cover art for the seasons that have been released.
The set also includes a page full-color book titled "The Episode Guide". Along with episode names and synopsis, there is trivia, facts about the making of the show, liner notes, and over 80 full-color photos.
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L'undicesima stagione vede l'uscita di scena dell'ultimo dei volti storici della serie, Steven Hill. Per sostituirlo viene ingaggiata Dianne Wiest , nel ruolo del procuratore distrettuale Nora Lewin.
La tredicesima stagione si apre con l'entrata in scena di Fred Dalton Thompson , che interpreta il procuratore distrettuale Arthur Branch, in sostituzione di Dianne Wiest.
Nella quindicesima stagione avvengono numerosi cambiamenti. Esce di scena dopo dodici anni Jerry Orbach. Viene sostituito da Dennis Farina , interprete del detective Joe Fontana.
Per coprire la temporanea assenza di Jesse L. Ritorna il personaggio di Donald Cragen, interpretato dalla guest star Dann Florek.
Nella sedicesima stagione ritorna stabilmente Jesse L. Martin e ricompare come guest star Michael Imperioli.
Al termine di questa stagione, escono di scena Dennis Farina e Annie Parisse e vengono sostituiti rispettivamente da Milena Govich e Alana de la Garza , che interpretano la detective Nina Cassidy e l'assistente procuratore Connie Rubirosa.
In questa stagione ritorna la guest star Richard Brooks. Nel quindicesimo episodio esce di scena Jesse L.
Martin , che viene sostituito da Anthony Anderson , interprete del detective Kevin Bernard. Anche in questa stagione compare come guest star Richard Brooks.
Durante la ventesima stagione torna come guest star Benjamin Bratt , riprendendo il ruolo di Ray Curtis.
Un ruolo che lo ha fatto entrare nella classifica di Bravo Tv dei trenta migliori personaggi televisivi di tutti i tempi.
Trascorsi gli anni e, dopo che Briscoe ha affrontato diversi problemi personali e risolto numerosi casi, nel Jerry Orbach abbandona la serie principale, per gravi problemi di salute.
Dopo i primi due episodi, il personaggio scompare dalla serie a causa della morte di Orbach, avvenuta il 28 dicembre del per un cancro alla prostata.
In un episodio di Criminal Intent e negli episodi n. Oltre agli spin-off prodotti dalla stessa NBC , negli anni sono stati realizzati anche accordi internazionali per produrre versioni estere della serie.
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Namespace Voce Discussione. Very simple at first, but it is the complex relationships between the regular cast, as well as the quirks of the guest stars, that make the show what it is.
I doubt that anyone is going to look upon the era in which Jill Hennessy was replaced by Carey Lowell, indisputably the worst Bond girl of all time, with any great kindness.
Not that this is necessarily bad. Aside from the cast dynamic, the stories are what makes the show truly work. Although they are quite relevant to the modern era, they show no signs of dating, with a story from the first season often seeming as current as a story from the most recent, changes in prices, fashions, or cultures notwithstanding.
Although many of the stories are uniquely American in nature, a fair percentage are of the kind that could literally happen anywhere.
Blatant murderers go free because someone at the lab screws up a test, people we sympathise with in spite of their guilt are sent to prison and meet grisly fates, or some of the inequities of the system are displayed in such bold colour its a wonder the show hasn't been clamped down upon by the current President.
This is a good thing, however, as a less sugar-coated version of the system makes for much more compelling viewing. In the end, one gets to see that while the system is not perfect, it works hard to protect everyone, which is just the way it should be.
It is not a coincidence that many of the District Attorney characters who quit often wind up coming back in guest appearances Even the excruciating Carey Lowell made a half-decent fist of such a return.
In spite of some woeful casting decisions, it has never had a truly dull moment. Maybe soon it might even find a second wind, relatively speaking.
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