|Title||Assistant District Attorney|
|Affiliation||Manhattan District Attorney's Office|
After graduating law school, Kincaid got a job clerking for appellate judge Joel Thayer, with whom she subsequently had an affair that lasted for three months out of the two years that they worked together. Kincaid joined the DA's office, and she was promoted to felony assistant remarkably soon afterwards. She eventually ended up working under Ben Stone.
During her time working with Stone, charges were brought against Judge Thayer and Kincaid was forced to reveal their affair. She resigned from the DA's office and was censured by the disciplinary committee, but the censure was lifted and she was allowed to practice law once more. Once the case against Judge Thayer ended, Kincaid rejoined the DA's office.
Ben Stone was later replaced by Jack McCoy, and, due to his reputation for sleeping with his assistants, the first thing Kincaid told him was that she would not be sleeping with him. The two argued multiple times over trial strategies, but eventually became lovers, which was hinted at, but was not stated until after her death.
Kincaid died just as she was considering leaving the DA's office; her car was struck by a drunk driver as she took an inebriated Lennie Briscoe home from a bar. Following her death, Briscoe re-entered Alcoholics Anonymous and remained sober for the rest of his life; he implied that he felt his drinking was responsible for her death.
In one episode of Season 6, Corpus Delicti, Kincaid was played by Jill Hennessy's identical twin sister, Jacqueline Hennessy. This was because Jill was filming in Baltimore for the crossover episode of Homicide: Life on the Street which was broadcast a few weeks later. Jacqueline Hennessy's performance was uncredited.
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