Law & Order: Special Victims Unit/Justice
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Justice is the nineteenth episode of the third season of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and the sixty-second episode overall.
Starring: Christopher Meloni (Detective Elliot Stabler), Mariska Hargitay (Detective Olivia Benson), Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch) (credit only), Stephanie March (A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot), Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola)
with Keir Dullea (Judge Thornburg)
with Myk Watford (Tommy), Jamie Hector (Doc), Cloie Wyatt Taylor (Mary Elizabeth), Clarke Thorell (Officer Darrell Slater), Gina Nagy (Sharlene Degalio), Kim Cea (Strip Club Manager), Lis McCartney (D.A.T. Clerk), Glenn Turner (Desk Clerk), Kathleen Goldpaugh (Sister Kay), Libby George (Beth Fischer), Steve Beauchamp (Parole Officer Trowers) Jana Robbins (Emily Porter), Bonnie Dennison (Heather Porter), Jessica Lancaster (Sales Associate), Ryan David McKinney (Store Manager Lauden), Brendan O'Malley (Uniform Officer), Michael Voyer (Doctor), Anthony Urban (Frank), Mike Creo (Gordy), Sylvia Roldan Dohi (Nurse #1), Sally Stewart (Nurse #3), Michael Hollick (Paramedic), Larry Brustofski (Businessman)
When Tricia Stephens, the troubled teenage stepdaughter of Judge Walter Thornburg (who is known to be tough on sex offenders) is murdered, SVU discovers that Tricia was writing letters to the men that Judge Thornburg sent to jail; the case takes a turn when Judge Thornburg is shot in front of his house which leads detectives to Thomas Byrd, a convicted sex offender who claims that Tricia told him to kill her stepfather.