Law & Order/Mother's Milk

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Mother's Milk
Season 10, Episode 12
Airdate February 9, 2000
Production Number E1110
Written by Lynn Mamet &
Barry Schindel
Directed by Richard Dobbs
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Mother's Milk is the twelfth episode of the tenth season of Law & Order, and the two hundred seventeenth episode overall.

Starring (Law): Jerry Orbach (Detective Lennie Briscoe), Jesse L. Martin (Detective Ed Green), S. Epatha Merkerson (Lt. Anita Van Buren)

Starring (Order): Sam Waterston (E.A.D.A. Jack McCoy), Angie Harmon (A.D.A. Abbie Carmichael), Steven Hill (D.A. Adam Schiff)

Guest Stars: Tessa Ghylin (Amy Beltran), Michael C. Williams (Jimmy Beltran), Guy Boyd (Mr. Beltran), William Hill (Beltran's Lawyer), Austin Lysy (Mitch Palichek), Peggy Roeder (Helene Beltran), Susan Blommaert (Judge Rebecca Steinman), Lee Brock (Miss Strickland), Leslie Hendrix (Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers)

and Donna Murphy (Carla Tyrell)

with Reade Kelly (Peter Taylor), Edward D. Murphy (Prospective Male Juror), Liz Larsen (Jessica Reed), Denise Lute (Marie Steffano), Harry Althaus (Ezra Fulstrom), Linda Halaska (Pauline Weitz), John Lantz (Gil Steffano), Robert Montano (Father Ramon Aguerro), Peter Smith (Chris Dauber), Louis Cantarini (Joe Pintozzi), Mimi Bensinger (Mrs. Chazen), Robert Vincent Smith (Mr. Caruso), Joe D. McCarthy (Casey French), Emily Zacharias (Diane Nordahl), Yvonne Warden (Mrs. Watkins), Earl Baker, Jr. (Kevin Dodd), Lea Franklin (Gina Dodd), Sasha Duncan (Law Secretary)


Plot Overview

Bloodstains found in an apartment lead Briscoe & Green to a young couple with a baby whose body is found buried in his paternal grandparents' backyard; it is later revealed by the medical examiner that the baby's cause of death was starvation.


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