25 April 2006 (DVD)
‘Law & Order: Trial by Jury’ Storyline:
Trial by Jury focuses on criminal legal procedures and preparation that are rarely depicted on other Law & Order series, such as jury selection, deliberations in the jury room, as well as jury research and mock trials prepared by the defense to use psychological studies and socioeconomic status profiling to their advantage.
The episodes usually start with a witness or victim’s personal account of a crime. This is a departure from the other Law & Order series, which usually begin by depicting either the actual crime or its discovery/reporting by civilians.
About Kelly Gaffney:
Kelly Gaffney is an Deputy Bureau Chief Assistant District Attorney, who works for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.
She worked along with Tracey Kibre and under the now retired District Attorney Arthur Branch.
“In the criminal justice system, all suspects are innocent until proven guilty, either by confession, plea bargain, or trial by jury. This is one of those trials.”