Kibre and Gaffney build a case against a doorman labeled a hero by the public after he supposedly saved a woman, who the detectives believe he is actually stalking.
When a man and his son each confess to killing a transvestite, prosecutors Kibre and Gaffney must determine who is the one really responsible.
Kibre works with detectives Benson and Stabler (Christopher Meloni, Mariska Hargitay) to prosecute a serial rapist (Alfred Molina) whose wealthy mother (Angela Lansbury) has been covering up his crimes for years.
Despite heavy political pressure, Kibre prosecutes two police officers (Domenick Lombardozzi, Mike Colter) who are accused of murdering a gay suspect in custody.
Kibre ignores advice and does everything she can to retry a convicted murderer who was released because of falsified evidence.
Kibre prosecutes an elusive career criminal for the murder of a crooked ex-cop and the shooting of a detective.
When a seemingly unstable man accused of murder asks to defend himself and exploits a claim of extreme emotional distress, Kibre and Gaffney use their detective skills to counter his argument.
Kibre battles a starstruck grand jury, a legion of fans, a savvy defense lawyer and the defendant's beautiful wife when she prosecutes a star basketball player (Damaine Radcliff) in the murder of his girlfriend.
The presiding judge blocks attorneys Kibre and Gaffney's every move during the prosecution of a nanny accused of murdering an infant in her care.
When the murder of a young woman leaves detectives with three suspects, they work to turn them against each other to determine the culprit.
Kibre and Gaffney must prosecute a father (Aidan Gillen) accused of murdering the paroled child molester who had approached his daughter, and the unwelcome publicity that results could hurt Branch's chances at re-election.
Allegations of police corruption and sympathy for the defendant threaten to overshadow the prosecution of a career criminal accused of killing a cop after being shot 41 times by police.
ADA Tracey Kibre investigates the murder of an aspiring Broadway actress but has little evidence to prosecute the suspect, a theater producer (Tony Bill) who is smugly aware that the police have not even found the body.