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"Censure"
L&O, Episode 4.14
Production number: 69026
First aired: 2 February 1994
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Logan Briscoe Censure
Written By
William N. Fordes

Directed By
Ed Sherin


Plot Edit

Kincaid resigns from Schiff's office because of an affair in her past.

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Background information and notesEdit

  • This episode is based on the Sol Wachtler case. Wachtler was a New York Chief Judge when the news of his affair with associate Joy Silverman hit the news. Wachtler was arrested for threatening not only Silverman's life but also that of her daughter. Wachtler eventually pled guilty to harassment and was sentenced to jail time. During his career on the bench, Wachtler made numerous landmark decisions, including presiding on a case where he ruled that a married man could indeed be charged with rape if his wife wasn't willing. (Sol Wachtler at Wikipedia)
  • Goof: One of the scene cards reads, "Home of Michele Selig, Attorney of Jill Kincaid" in this episode. However, Selig is speaking to Claire Kincaid (portrayed by actress Jill Hennessey).

Episode scene cardsEdit

1 2 3

Bromley Art Gallery
3101 Lexington Avenue
Thursday, September 30

Police Audio & Video
Analysis Laboratory
Wednesday, October 4

Chambers of
Judge Walter Shreiber
Wednesday, November 17

4 5 6

Home of
Michele Selig
Attorney for Jill Kincaid
Thursday, November 18

Disciplinary Committee
Hearing Room
Tuesday, November 30

Office of
Assistant D.A. Ben Stone
Wednesday, December 15

7

Supreme Court
Trial Part 72
Tuesday, January 29


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