Law & Order: Trial by Jury (Episodes Guide)
1.02 – 41 Shots
aired on March 4, 2005
Directed by: Caleb Deschanel | Written by: Walon Green

When a police officer is executed by a career criminal, Kibre and Gaffney must overcome the fact that the accused was shot 41 times by police, not to mention the charges of police corruption leveled by the charismatic and cunning defense attorney. Kibre’s plea for justice veers suddenly when evidence indicates the killer might be a federal agent’s snitch, while she also fears the jury will sympathize when they see the bandaged man wheeled into court for his trial.
1.03 – Vigilante
aired on March 11, 2005
Directed by: Dwight H. Little | Written by: David Wilcox

Kibre and Gaffney face the unpopular job of prosecuting a father accused of murdering a paroled child molester who had approached his daughter. The case takes on an added twist when they investigate why his self-appointed lawyer is so passionate about representing him. Later, new evidence about the pedophile’s intentions is uncovered and District Attorney Branch knows the unwelcome publicity fallout for his department could hurt his chance at reelection.
1.13 – Eros in the Upper Eighties
aired on January 21, 2006
Directed by: Joe Ann Fogle | Written by: Chris Levinson

A doorman at a high-end Upper Eastside building saves a tenant’s life when he pulls a homeless man off her, but kills him in the process, and what appears to be an act of a good Samaritan is actually much more complicated.