The BEST Episodes of Law & Order: Trial by Jury
Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: Nov 20, 2019
Taking viewers where they have never been before, for the first time, a Law & Order series is told not only from the point-of-view of the prosecutors and police but also from the perspective of the defense attorneys, defendants, judges and jurors. Law & Order: Trial by Jury shows the inner workings of the judicial system, beginning with the arraignment, and continuing through the prosecutors' complicated process of building a case, investigating leads and preparing witnesses for trial. The series stars Bebe Neuwirth (Cheers, Chicago) as Assistant District Attorney, Tracey Kibre and Amy Carlson (NBC's Third Watch) as Assistant District Attorney, Kelly Gaffney. Reprising his Law & Order role will be Fred Dalton Thompson as District Attorney Arthur Branch and the late Jerry Orbach as Lennie Briscoe, a retired police detective working as an Investigator for the District Attorney and Kirk Acevedo (“Band of Brothers”) also stars as Briscoe’s partner, DA Investigator Hector Salazar.
#1 - Bang & Blame
Season 1 - Episode 7
Kibre prosecutes a man who shot up the bank where he worked, killing the woman responsible for his son being in a coma. She runs into trouble when the man decides to represent himself, and the jury is sympathetic for him.
#2 - Boys Will Be Boys
Season 1 - Episode 12
Kibre prosecutes the man accused of murdering a transvestite, but she runs into trouble when his father confesses to the same crime.
#4 - The Line
Season 1 - Episode 9
Kibre tries a man who got away with murder, and she is desperate to convict him.
#5 - Skeleton (2)
Season 1 - Episode 8
Kibre prosecutes the man accused of shooting Detective Ed Green and murdering the key witness in the case he was working on. (Tombstone (1) aired on Law & Order, season 15, episode 20.)
#6 - Baby Boom
Season 1 - Episode 5
Kibre and Gaffney must prosecute a nanny accused of killing the baby she was caring for by causing shaken baby syndrome. The only problem is they receive a judge who favors the defense since he was a former legal aid attorney.
#7 - Blue Wall
Season 1 - Episode 10
Kibre prosecutes two cops for the murder of a man being held in custody, who was sodomized by the two officers. However, she hits a ""blue wall"" when none of the officers will talk about the events of the evening in question.
#8 - Vigilante
Season 1 - Episode 3
Kibre and Gaffney take on the job of prosecuting a man who is suspected of killing a pedophile that was recently paroled from prison.
#9 - Day (2)
Season 1 - Episode 11
After the attack on ADA Novak, Branch assigns Kibre the job of prosecuting a man responsible for sixteen rapes, and one murder. The only problems are a rich socialite mother who finds ways out for her son, and a defense lawyer who will do anything to win. (Night (1) aired on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, season 6, episode 20.)
#10 - Forty-One Shots
Season 1 - Episode 2
Kibre and Gaffney must prosecute an accused cop killer, who was shot by the police 41 times.
#11 - Eros in the Upper Eighties
Season 1 - Episode 13
In the interests of justice, A.D.A.'s Kibre and Gaffney are forced to prosecute a doorman who killed a homeless man while he attacked a frightened woman who lived in the building. After the woman tells the grand jury that she's been stalked for four months, thinking it was the homeless man. Kibre and Gaffney look into who the stalker was and are shocked when they find out.
#12 - Pattern of Conduct
Season 1 - Episode 6
Kibre tries a celebrity basketball star accused of raping and murdering his mistress. However, she runs into trouble when the star's wife has a slip of the tongue on the stand.
#13 - The Abominable Showman
Season 1 - Episode 1
Tough New York Assistant D.A. Tracey Kibre tackles the murder of an aspiring Broadway actress but has little evidence to prosecute the suspect; an acclaimed but arrogant theater producer (Tony Bill) who smugly knows that the police have found no blood or even a body. Kibre is joined by her unflappable deputy A.D.A., Kelly Gaffney, as they work with Detectives Briscoe and Salazar to pursue physical evidence while the producer's attorney (Annabella Sciorra) maneuvers to publicly portray the missing woman as promiscuous.