Law & Order/DWB
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DWB is the second episode of the ninth season of Law & Order, and the one hundred eighty-third episode overall.
Guest Stars: John Ventimiglia (Frank Dietrick), John A. MacKay (Internal Affairs Detective), Michael McCormick (Dietrick's Attorney), John Driver (Bob Gervitz), David Valcin (Officer Fratelli), Russell G. Jones (Raymond "Ray-Ray" Davis), Joseph Ragno (), Michael Hannon (), Pamela Isaacs (Mrs. Michaels), Tom Mardirosian (Mr. Butler), Mark Mineart ()
with Michael Cullen (James Deitz), Chuck Patterson (Mr. Cutty), Mark Kenneth Smaltz (Judge William Koehler), Lee Cobb (Gilbert Rausch), John Fiore (Tony Profaci), Larry Clarke (Morris LaMotte), Marilyn Chris (Gayatri Devi), Johnny Lee Davenport (Rev. Theodore Dempsey), Stephanie Cannon (Claudia Sawchuck), Marcia Haufrecht (Linda Coffey), David Langston Smyrl (Artie Dickson), Moira Driscoll (Dr. Judy Summers), C.S. Lee (Kenny Chen), Mike Lisenco (Krutsky), E.J. Carroll (Off. Fenwick), Jane Cronin (Sylvia), Chevi Colton (Dottie), Ted Neustadt (Quinn), Steve Coats (McHenry), Keenan Shimizu (CSU Technician Hsu), Lawrence Green (Forensics Technician Jackson), Patrick Welsh (Mark), Robert Cea (David), Bart Tangredi (CSU Technician)
Police officers are accused of beating and murdering a black man whose body was dumped near the highway and McCoy faces pressure from Federal prosecutors as he tries to prosecute the crime.
Behind the Scenes
Allusions and References
- DWB: The title of the episode is the punchline to a joke about police and racism widely used among African-Americans. The joke goes something like "Why did the cops pull you over?", to which the other person says "DWB: Driving While Black."