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In New York City's war on crime, the worst criminal offenders are pursued by the detectives of the Major Case Squad. These are their stories.Law & Order: Criminal Intent, produced by Wolf Films and Universal Cable Productions, created and executive produced by Emmy Award-winning producer Dick Wolf, was developed by René Balcer. Shot entirely in and around New York City, the third installment of the Law & Order franchise takes viewers deep into the minds of its criminals while following the intense psychological approaches the Major Case Squad uses to solve its crimes. The plot revolves around Detectives Robert Goren and Alexandra Eames.Law & Order: Criminal Intent is a Wolf Films production in association with Universal Cable Productions.
The murder of a mortician, and the discovery of corpses at a crematorium, leads the detectives to a family man (Jay O. Sanders) who claims to own a consulting business but is suspected of being a contract killer with a penchant for perfection. Goren attempts to prove the man's guilt by setting up a scheme that puts his "fear of making a mistake" in jeopardy.
The double murder of a social services worker and a deputy mayor lead the detectives to suspect a couple who may have a grudge against the social worker for taking away their children. When they learn that the social worker had taken special interest in a child prodigy being considered for admission to a prestigious, accelerated school, they examine both the boy (Liam Aiken) and his obsessive father (Tim Guinee).
As Goren and Eames sift through the likely suspects in the murder of a university president and his assistant, they discover that the culprit is a wily adversary who has more than these crimes to hide.
An assistant district attorney (David Marshall Grant), who had been receiving death threats, confronts and kills a hired gunman. Goren and Eames first suspect his wife, a prominent defense attorney, through a convict whose case was being prosecuted by the A.D.A. and the rumors of her romantic affairs. After he realizes there are cracks in the seemingly airtight case, Goren is forced to keep Carver in the dark about some details to prove his theory.
After a mother of two is shot to death in Chinatown, Goren and Eames first believe her death may be connected to the Tiananmen Square massacre. However, the investigation leads them to a smuggling ring that deals in antiquities.
A robbery that involved two fatalities leads to the discovery of a long-running case of tampering with drugs. Goren and Eames have to figure out a way of catching a pharmacist (Stephen Tobolowsky) who has been diluting cancer medication without using the exhumated bodies of patients who had been given the medicine.
The detectives investigate a triple murder, including the son and daughter of a wealthy businessman, that occurred in his apartment. After investigating the children's stepmother (his second wife), they turn to a pair of nannies (Tammy Blanchard and Merritt Wever), one of whom works for the family. However, the detectives must reach back to the nannies' history as children, and a television soap opera, to better understand the motives for the crime.
The detectives are called to investigate the adult daughter of a retired officer which takes them to a case of terrorism involving someone she knew that includes a shipment of explosives.
A businesswoman (Linda Lavin) becomes a suspect in the murder of her daughter-in-law, who was strangled in her garage. Disparate bruises on her body lead Goren and Eames to believe that there were two assailants.
Goren and Eames run a con of their own on a phony motivational speaker (John Benjamin Hickey) who they suspect exploited a fragile disciple by convincing him to commit murder for profit.
When an airline baggage supervisor is found murdered in the trunk of her car, the detectives investigate the employees listed in a sexual harassment complaint which leads them to a scam involving credit cards and credit reports with foreign links.
When the wealthy and matronly owner is found naked and murdered with injections of Botox in the bathtub, detectives Goren and Eames focus on the victim's unstable adult daughter who resented her mother's meddling in her love life.
Detectives Goren and Eames come to believe a doctor conducted shameful experiments on the residents of a halfway house.
While probing the seemingly random murders of several homeless men, Goren and Eames uncover a scam involving a crooked insurance agent (Lance Reddick). However, an unusual twist leads the detectives to an unlikely suspect (Mark Linn-Baker).
The murder of a woman in her apartment results in her son (Adam Storke), recently paroled after serving 15 years for murder, becoming the prime suspect. Having consulted with the lead detective on the old case(Mike Starr), Goren and Eames discover he was involved in a cover-up to rush other cases to closure.
After the trophy wife of a recently released prison inmate (Joel Grey) is murdered, Goren plays on the man's paranoia to find a connection to another inmate with a hit list.
When a woman suing her brother over the disposition of their father's remains is found murdered, Goren and Eames discover a concealed parentage and a man willing to go to any extremes to ensure his legacy.
When a father and son are found with their throats slit, the detectives discover a group of adolescent boys have disappeared from the same neighborhood. When the locals don't cooperate with the investigation, the police believe the boys are being used by someone operating a bicycle theft ring.
The detectives try to figure out a mystery after an elderly woman dies in a fire. The mystery deepens when the young woman who has been left some of the dead woman's estate is murdered. The case takes them to a state public administrator (Dennis Christopher) who has invented a new form of grave-robbing.
Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a math student who had worked in a poker club as a card-counter. They uncover a group of computer nerds, then discover a computer gambling system with tougher suspects. The detectives learn even their own workstations are hit by the ringleader of the group (Ian Kahn).
Goren and Eames enter the closed world of a thieving Irish Traveller clan when they investigate the death of a probation officer who had been run over three times by a car after meeting a friend at the bar (Tom Noonan). They soon learn the probation officer had been involved with one of her charges.
The investigation into the murder of a crooked cop leads to a preening veterinarian and his friend, an obsessive doctor whose ex-girlfriends have all been infected with a rare disease.
Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a former nurse and discover a possible anthrax terrorist plot. The case takes a turn for the worse when Goren is blamed for driving a suspect to commit suicide. Now disgraced, Goren learns that a cunning adversary from his past may be involved. Olivia d'Abo guest stars.
Jamey Sheridan(Captain James Deakins)
Courtney B. Vance(Assistant D.A. Ron Carver)
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio(Captain Zoe Callas)
Saffron Burrows(Detective Serena Stevens)
Annabella Sciorra(Detective Carolyn Barek)
Chris Noth(Detective Mike Logan)
Steve Zirnkilton(Opening Narration)
Julianne Nicholson(Detective Megan Wheeler)
Eric Bogosian(Captain Danny Ross)
Alicia Witt(Detective Nola Falacci)
Kathryn Erbe(Detective Alexandra Eames)
Jeff Goldblum(Detective Zach Nichols)
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