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True crime writers and pop culture podcasters Kevin Flynn and Rebecca Lavoie invite special guests to talk about ripped-from-the-headlines episodes of Law & Order, SVU, and Criminal Intent. Tweet to us @lawandorderpod or find us on Facebook at facebook.com/lawandorderpod and on the web at lawandorderpodcast.com.
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Mom didn't want her teen having sex with a 21-year-old man. That's how she wound up dead in the kitchen. Her daughter says she bashed her head in because of her severe form of PMS. We're looking at SVU season 6 episode 19 Intoxicated. Our guest is Lauren Milberger from FYI: the Murphy Brown podcast. This episode is inspired by the ripped-from-the-headlines case of Vicki Robinson.  Support the show.
Logan and Briscoe think a fertility doctor is scamming women into believing they’re pregnant. Then McCoy and Kincaid learn he’s been using his own baby batter to inseminate his patients. It’s a sticky situation in Law & Order season 5 episode 15 “Seed.” Our guest is Dr. Kelly Jones from the How Story Works Conversations podcast.  This episode is based on the ripped-from-the-headlines case of Dr. Cecil Jacobson. Support the show.
Inserting himself in an infant’s right-to-die case, Barba takes matters into his own hands. So DA Jack McCoy enlists the help of Peter Stone to prosecute him for murder. We’re discussing the heart-tugging, star-packed SVU S19 E13 The Undiscovered Country. Our guest is Gabby Dunn from the "Bad with Money" podcast. This episode is inspired by the 2017 case of Charlie Gard. Support the show.
Who would kill over a porno mag publisher's black book? Somebody who wants to blackmail a politician, that's who. Goren and Eames learn the politician's ex-wife refused to go with him to the club...until she didn't. We're talking about Criminal Intent season 4 episode 14 Sex Club. Our guest is Katie Mitchell from the Date with Dateline podcast. This episode is inspired by the political sex scandal surrounding Jack and Jeri Ryan.  Support the show.
A teenage girl is found beaten around the abdomen and soon loses her baby. The squad learns she agreed to the attack because it was too late to legally terminate the pregnancy. That’s when Benson and Stabler find out the abortion clinic she went to was fake!  We’re talking about SVU S7 E9 Rockabye with four-time guest Lani Diane Rich from Chipperish Media. This episode takes cues from a 2005 case of Michigan teenagers purposely using a baseball bat to induce a miscarriage.  Support the show.
Mom wants Justin to get into Hudson SO BAD that she'll sleep with the admissions director, but - surprise - that guy's not really the admissions director. He says he's just a playboy, but Benson convinces Barba to charge him with rape. We're talking about SVU S18 E3 Imposter. Our guest is Ralph Castaneda from the Hudson University parody twitter account. This episode takes cues from the real life case of Jared Rohrig. Support the show.
What was the carjack victim doing with vials of the coronavirus SARS in her trunk? Briscoe and Green learn the lab director infected his ex-lover with the virus, triggering an outbreak. But thanks to Serena, the doctor’s wife throws the trial into confusion. We’re talking about Law & Order season 14 episode 3 “Patient Zero.” Our guest is Samantha Thompson from the Spooky Adventures of Alec and Sam podcast. This episode is inspired by the real-life case of Doctor Richard Schmidt. Support the show.
Old friend and FBI Agent Dana Lewis teams up with SVU to grill a suspect in an unsolved string of rape-homicides from the 1980s. But when Amaro catches her lying about her relationship with the fiancé one of the victims, he suspects the agent may be involved.  We're talking about SVU S14 E14 Secrets Exhumed with Melissa from the Moms and Murder podcast. This episode is inspired by the ripped-from-the-headlines case of Sherri Rasmussen.  Support the show.
Who would cut off a dead woman's foot? Maybe it's the creepy bowling alley worker whose apartment she accidentally went to? And why not arrest his mother for creating a shoe fetish murderer in the first place? We're talking about SVU S4 E16 Tortured with guest Aviv Rubenstein from the inferior podcast, "Special Viewing Unit." This episode was inspired by the real life case of Jerry Brudos.  Support the show.
When a woman is murdered and raped, McCoy blames a criminal whose parole he opposed. His desire to pin the act on Lewis Darnell causes McCoy to push the bounds of ethics and the law.  We have some issues with Law and Order season 7 episode 18 "Mad Dog." Our guest is Nick Capodice from the Civics 101 podcast.  This episode takes cues from the murder case of Megan Kanka. Support the show.
Gangster Cally Lonegan is the prime suspect in the murder of his crooked business partner, but the FBI says he was under surveillance at the time of the hit. Briscoe and Green learn the feds are covering for the mobster...and he has a twin brother! We're talking about Law & Order season 11 episode 21 "Brother's Keeper." Our returning guest is author and Wisconsin Public Radio host Brady Carlson. This episode is inspired by the lives of Whitey and Billy Bulger. Support the show.
Olivia and Fin hunt a murdering rapist wearing a police uniform. Is it the line-crossing, prostitute-banging Officer Marcosi...or someone pretending to be a cop? We're discussing SVU S3 E14 Counterfeit with Mary Phillips-Sandy from the "Let's Talk About Cats" podcast. This episode takes its inspiration from the 1986 murder of Cara Knott. We're sponsored by Best Fiends and Madison Reed. Support the show.
A hip hop artist is the latest victim of a serial predator. But when the squad busts the actual culprit, they discover the celebrity faked his attack to get attention. We're talking about the very latest episode in historic SVU season 21, episode 3 "Down Low in Hell's Kitchen." Our returning guest is Margo Donohue from the Book vs Movie podcast. This episode was inspired by the Jussie Smollett case.  We're sponsored by ThirdLove and Joybird. Support the show.
CELEBRATING SVU'S 21 SEASON! In honor of SVU's TV milestone, we look back at the episode that started it all. Veteran cop Elliot Stabler and his rookie partner Olivia Benson, along with a squad room of crazy characters, investigate the murder of a cabbie who got his junk cut off. But they soon discover the victim might be a war criminal accused of raping dozens of women.  We're talking about SVU season 1 episode 1 Payback. Our returning guest is Diana Goodman from the ThirtyTwentyTen podcast. This episode is inspired by stories of war atrocities during the Bosnian War.   http://www.lawandorderpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/payback Support the show.
Someone is raping lesbians! Brash activist Babs Duffy insults everybody, makes a pass at Benson, and swaps spit with Stabler. But to get a confession, Liv swings the other way. Plus, there's a vampire. Pucker up. We're talking about SVU S11 E13 P.C. Our guest is Haley Manrique from the "We're Not Together" podcast. This episode takes cues from the political movement known as Radical Lesbianism. Support the show.
Detectives learn a boy abandoned in Times Square had been part of a family kept locked in a basement for years. Now the hunt is on to find their captor. Meantime, Olivia returns to work after her own kidnapping…and is not adjusting well. We’re talking about SVU season 15 episode 2 “Imprisoned Lives.” Our guest is Steven Pappas from the “Is This Adulting” podcast. This episode is inspired by the real-life case of Ariel Castro.  We're sponsored by Third Love and Best Fiends. Support the show.
How else do you deal with a daughter who is hell on wheels? You perform an exorcism, of course. Carmichael wants to convict the former nun who hears the voice of Saint Michael...but McCoy isn't so sure it's an act. We're talking about Law & Order season 9 episode 15 Disciple. Our returning guest is Lawrence Tucker from the Awesome 80s podcast. This episode is inspired by the 1998 death of Charity Miranda Martin. We're sponsored by Madison Reed and Best Fiends. http://www.lawandorderpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/disciple Support the show.
The squad hunts down a chat room predator and convinces him to throw a party for all the pedophiles he knows so they can arrest them as well. Meantime, Elliot is losing his mind because HIS CHILDREN HAVE A COMPUTER TOO! Plug in your dial-up modems. We're going back to SVU season 1 episode 18 Chat Room. Our guest is Isaac Butler from Slate's "Lend Me Your Ears" podcast. This episode is inspired by real life tales of Internet predators.  We're sponsored by Third Love and Joybird. http://www.lawandorderpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/chatroom Support the show.
It's our season three finale! To mark the end of the season of These Are Their Stories, we're going to revisit some of our favorite moments from this year's podcasts. We'll hear from those who've had brushes with stardom, get advice on what to do at a swingers' club, discuss the wildest ripped-from-the-headlines stories, and hear everyone's favorite detective team. http://www.lawandorderpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/s3 Support the show.
A dad who wants out of his marriage injects his son with a deadly bacteria. But when the bio-supplier won't turn over their records, McCoy charges the corporation as an accomplice to murder. We're talking about Law & Order season 9 episode 4 Flight. Our guest is Isaiah Headen from the Sketch Nerds podcast. This episode is inspired by the real-life case of Brian Stewart.   http://www.lawandorderpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/flight Support the show.
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sheenat3

lol the part when he called Briscoe B they showed their true whiteness hahaha. B is a common slang term in that area.

Jan 15th
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sheenat3

R. Kelly need I say more......

Dec 20th
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Bee Stone

Good lord, please stop laughing like a lunatic! If you stopped barking constantly, the show would be half as long! Ugh. Unsubscribing.

Oct 2nd
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Shawna Baugh

I love the original Law & Order. I was so excited when I found this podcast, but I cannot listen the host are so annoying.

Sep 26th
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Emily Porter

I love “the laugh” everyone keeps complaining about. This podcast is truly a gift and so is the team that makes it.

Jul 31st
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Tina Tova

The obnoxious laugh has to go too

Jul 21st
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Tina Tova

So why do you guys have podcasts you entertain yourselves and not the audience trying to listen? unsubscribing

Jul 21st
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Victoria Bert

Why wouldn’t Fin pick that bar? You are always dropping these racial aggressions.

May 24th
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V was here

still going with the cackling. isn't there editing that can help with that. uggh. cant , sorry. I like everyone on this pod, and if you can handle 50% of the podcast laced with cackle, ya good!

Apr 22nd
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Joy Rist

I loved Television Without Pity. I used to follow several shows through the site back in the 90s.

Apr 12th
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Victoria Bert

The man.... ugh 😑.

Apr 10th
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Victoria Bert

Kevin’s wife’s laugh makes my skin crawl. I love this podcast but 😕her cackling is too much.

Mar 14th
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Victoria Bert

They are so wrong. Curtis was in the precinct bc his former Boss hit on him. He was always the hot one.

Jan 2nd
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Victoria Bert

“The people who listen to rap, or like Ice T” wouldn’t like law and order. Why is that?

Dec 21st
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Matthew Hewitt

Episode won't download for me

Aug 29th
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Tammi Palmer

i love this oh but for that laugh

Jul 26th
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Clarissa Hawkins

thats what's up

Jan 14th
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kandklove1

lol. best day ever this my show and. just found the podcast yes

Nov 2nd
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