Law & Order
Fictional prosecutor Adam Schiff, played by actor Steven Hill on the long-running television series “Law & Order,” was modeled after Morgenthau.
The revelation came after a fan on Twitter asked him to name his favorite bagel.
Pop culture staples reinforce deeply held cultural assumptions about the purity and goodness of white women.
And they cast a trans actor of color to depict it, too.
"Shame on Mr. Petersen for not having attended the universal law school of the airwaves that was 'Law and Order.'"
Longtime "Law & Order" producer René Balcer explains why the Menendez Brothers' case is just as captivating as the O.J. trial.
By Peter Blauner In the equatorial heat of a July morning in Harlem, a middle-aged lady in thigh-high plastic boots was standing
It's right above his *DUN DUN.*
The episode is ironically titled "Unstoppable."
Just in time for the election.
What happens when a rape victim happens to be the most hated person on the face of the earth?
Marcos Daniel Jiménez isn't buying Trump's "law and order" act.
Paul Manafort says this is no time for “happy talk."
The making of two murderers, if you will.
Jason "Jace" Alexander faced up to seven years in prison.
Dick Wolf: The biggest unintentional supporter of Broadway stars?