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Law & Order: Criminal Intent, a spin-off of the crime drama Law & Order, follows the detectives who work in the "Major Case Squad" of the New York City Police Department, a unit that focuses on high-profile cases (in most cases murder, just like the regular Law & Order in this sense), such as those involving VIPs, local government officials and employees, the financial industry, and the art world; though sometimes the cases are similar to the cases from the original Law & Order show as well. From its fifth season until the beginning of the ninth season, which aired in September 2005 until April 2010, the series had generally shown four major detectives working the unit, in alternating episodes under the leadership of both Captain James Deakins and Captain Danny Ross. The unit also previously had a prosecutor assigned from the DA's office, that frequently interacted with the squad. The ninth and tenth seasons of the series showed two major detectives working the unit in all episodes under the leadership of Captain Zoe Callas and later Joseph Hannah.

One of the original characters on Law & Order, Detective Mike Logan (played by Chris Noth), appears in one episode of Season 4. At the beginning of Season 5, he is transferred from Staten Island to the Major Case Squad, where he worked until the end of Season 7.

  • 1 Main characters
  • 2 Detectives
    • 2.1 Robert Goren
    • 2.2 Alexandra Eames
    • 2.3 G. Lynn Bishop
    • 2.4 Mike Logan
    • 2.5 Carolyn Barek
    • 2.6 Megan Wheeler
    • 2.7 Nola Falacci
    • 2.8 Zack Nichols
    • 2.9 Serena Stevens
  • 3 Captains
    • 3.1 James Deakins
    • 3.2 Danny Ross
    • 3.3 Zoe Callas
    • 3.4 Joseph Hannah
  • 4 Assistant District Attorneys
    • 4.1 Ron Carver
    • 4.2 Other recurring ADAs
  • 5 Recurring characters
    • 5.1 Doctor Elizabeth Rodgers
  • 6 Minor characters
    • 6.1 Nicole Wallace
    • 6.2 Declan Gage
    • 6.3 Conroy "Connie" Smith
    • 6.4 Wally Stevens
    • 6.5 Detective Daniels
    • 6.6 Faith Yancy
    • 6.7 Stanley Maas
    • 6.8 Doctor Paula Gyson
    • 6.9 Robert Goren's family
  • 7 Crossover characters within the Law & Order franchise
  • 8 References
  • 9 Episode sources
  • 10 External links

Main characters Name Portrayed by Occupation Season Episodes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Senior Detectives Alexandra Eames Kathryn Erbe Senior Detective Main Main Main 144 Mike Logan Chris Noth Senior Detective Guest Main 36 Zack Nichols Jeff Goldblum Senior Detective Main 24 Junior Detectives Robert Goren Vincent D'Onofrio Junior Detective Main Main Main 141 Carolyn Barek Annabella Sciorra Junior Detective Main 12 Megan Wheeler Julianne Nicholson Junior Detective Main 24 Nola Falacci Alicia Witt Junior Detective Main 5 Serena Stevens Saffron Burrows Junior Detective Main 15 Squad Supervisors James Deakins Jamey Sheridan Captain Main 111 Danny Ross Eric Bogosian Captain Main Main 61 Zoe Callas Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Captain Main 14 Joseph Hannah Jay O. Sanders Captain Main 8 Assistant District Attorneys Ron Carver Courtney B. Vance A.D.A. Main 111 Psychiatrists Paula Gyson Julia Ormond Police Psychiatrist Main 7
  1. ^ a b Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe appeared in only the first two episodes of season 9.
  2. ^ Eric Bogosian appeared in only the first episode of season 9.
  3. ^ a b Julia Ormond and Jay O. Sanders were credited as "also starring" during the tenth season.

Detectives Robert Goren Main article: Robert Goren
  • Portrayed by Vincent D'Onofrio.
  • Episodes: "One" - "Loyalty (Part 2)", "Rispetto" - "To the Boy in the Blue Knit Cap"

Robert Goren is a quirky, extraordinarily intelligent investigator and criminal profiler, known for his instinct and insight. Often, Goren's intuition, rather than solid evidence, turns out to be the case-breaker. Each episode, Goren typically employs his knowledge of an unusually wide range of topics, from theoretical physics, chemistry, and literature to history, psychology, and multiple foreign languages. Goren once served in the Army's Criminal Investigation Division, stationed in Germany and South Korea, and worked in the NYPD's Narcotics Division before transferring to Major Case (in the first-season episode "The Insider", it is revealed that he worked on three undercover operations resulting in 27 arrests and convictions).

The Robert Goren character is very reminiscent of Sherlock Holmes; he notices tiny-yet-important details ignored by others, and possesses broad, almost encyclopedic knowledge. Frequently, Goren obtains crucial information and confessions by psychologically manipulating and provoking suspects and their associates. Mental illness seems to run in Goren's family: his mother suffered from schizophrenia and his biological father was a serial killer. During the series, Goren's history, coupled with his unorthodox style, became a source of trouble within the NYPD, spawning rumors and accusations that he was mentally unstable. In particular, this view was held by the Chief of Detectives, who suspended him for six months without pay after he embarked on an unauthorized undercover infiltration of a prison's mental ward. In the season 7 finale, he lost his brother Frank (Tony Goldwyn) to his archnemesis Nicole Wallace. In the course of the investigation, he realized that his mentor, Dr. Declan Gage, had orchestrated the deaths of his brother and Wallace. During season eight, he begins to recover after the events of season 7. In "Loyalty", Goren and Eames are pulled off a pair of homicides by Ross, who informs them that the FBI has taken an interest in the case. Ross is later murdered as well, their prime suspect is taken into custody by the FBI, provoking Goren into a physical altercation that leads to his suspension. He continues to investigate on his own and eventually learns of a plan by the FBI to allow GPS-tagged weapons to be distributed to terrorist camps in Somalia, so that the camps could be easily targeted and wiped out. He is then fired by Eames, who had recently been offered a promotion to captain of the Major Case Squad; she subsequently quits instead.

Alexandra Eames Main article: Alexandra Eames
  • Portrayed by Kathryn Erbe.
  • Episodes: "One" - "Loyalty (Part 2)", "Rispetto" - "To the Boy in the Blue Knit Cap"

Alexandra Eames is the quiet, practical partner who generally seems to mesh well with Goren despite the noticeable personality differences between the two. She worked in the NYPD's Vice Division for four years before transferring to Major Case. Her character is much like the screen portrayals of Holmes's partner Doctor Watson: a lesser equal, overshadowed by the charismatic presence of a prodigious partner. While still an assertive and no-nonsense cop and the senior partner of the pairing, much of Eames's dialogue consists of sarcastic, pun-heavy observations delivered at dramatically opportune moments (much like Law & Order's Det. Lennie Briscoe character).

There are occasional hints of a strong affection, and even jealousy, between the two partners, but their relationship has never become romantic. Their working relationship is more formal than that of the lead detectives in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit –Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay)– who typically address each other by their given names and have strong emotional interplay. Goren and Eames typically address each other by surname, but when either Eames or Goren is particularly stressed, she calls him "Bobby". She is a legacy officer: her father and late husband were both cops. In the third season, Eames embarked on a surrogate pregnancy for her sister and brother-in-law and, before her maternity leave, was assigned to desk duty at the police station; her work in the field with Goren was covered by G. Lynn Bishop. Recently, Goren and Eames' working relationship has become more strained, as she has become fed up with what she sees as Goren's habit of taking her for granted, expecting her to run interference for his off-beat tactics and style with both co-workers and superiors without acknowledging her contributions. These feelings boil over in the episode "Purgatory", after Goren embarks on a secret undercover mission for his superiors, and fails to inform her. Eames takes Wheeler's place starting in the episode "Major Case". In the episode "Loyalty," she and Goren are pulled off a pair of homicides by Ross, who has been working undercover for the FBI on a case involving one of the victims. When Ross is subsequently murdered, Goren soon gets into a physical altercation with the prime suspect, leading to his suspension and Eames' decision to covertly help him with his own investigation. She is offered a promotion to captain of the Major Case Squad on the condition that she fire Goren, but after doing so, she puts her badge and gun on Ross' desk and resigns.

G. Lynn Bishop Main article: G. Lynn Bishop
  • Portrayed by Samantha Buck.
  • Episodes: "Pravda" - "Mad Hops"

Bishop is introduced in the episode "Pravda" as the temporary partner of Det. Robert Goren (Vincent D'Onofrio), assigned to the Major Case Squad of the New York City Police Department (NYPD), due to Det. Alexandra Eames volunteering to serve as a surrogate mother for her sister's baby. Her character was only a temporary replacement and was not seen after Eames returned from maternity leave.

Mike Logan Main article: Mike Logan
  • Portrayed by Chris Noth.
  • Episodes: "Stress Position", "Grow" - "Last Rites"

Logan is a troubled detective who formerly worked in the detectives squad of Manhattan's 27th precinct (from 1990 to 1995, on Law & Order). He was banished to the NYPD's career graveyard (Staten Island) after publicly punching a homophobic politician who had murdered a gay man whom Logan had grudgingly come to respect; however, Logan redeemed himself by solving a dirty-cop murder-conspiracy case (the NBC TV movie Exiled: A Law & Order Movie). He was transferred from Staten Island to the NYPD's Domestic Disputes department. Logan first appeared on Criminal Intent in the fourth-season episode "Stress Position", through his romantic involvement with a nurse employed at a prison being investigated by Goren and Eames. At the beginning of season five, he was officially transferred to the Major Case Squad at the behest of Capt. Deakins, in the episode "Grow". In addition, Logan was involved in the "officer-involved shooting" used to fuel the career-ending conspiracy against Capt. Deakins. After solving a 16-year homicide case in the episode "Last Rites", dissatisfaction with the corruption and overall inflexibility of the justice system drove him to leave the force.

Carolyn Barek Main article: Carolyn Barek
  • Portrayed by Annabella Sciorra.
  • Episodes: "Diamond Dogs" - "The Good"

Carolyn Barek is Mike Logan's first partner in the Major Case Squad. Barek spent two post-9/11 years with the FBI. Why she left the Major Case Squad is not stated.

Megan Wheeler Main article: Megan Wheeler
  • Portrayed by Julianne Nicholson.
  • Episodes: "Tru Love" - "Major Case"

Megan A. Wheeler is Mike Logan's second partner in the Major Case Squad. Wheeler transfers in with her captain-mentor, Daniel Ross. She is by-the-book, and is reluctant to bend procedural rules, unlike Det. Logan. She left at the end of the 2006–07 season to go to Europe for follow-up work with the Joint Task Force, where she had worked with Capt. Ross. She returns to the role in the episode "Contract"; the absence was written in to cover Julianne Nicholson's maternity leave. During Season 8, Det. Wheeler announced she was pregnant by her ex-fiancé. It was later reported that the character would be absent from the final episodes of the season in conjunction with Nicholson's real life pregnancy, and Det. Eames would partner with Nichols for the remaining episodes.

Nola Falacci Main article: Nola Falacci
  • Portrayed by Alicia Witt.
  • Episodes: "Seeds" - "Senseless"

Nola Falacci served as Logan's partner for a short time while Wheeler (Julianne Nicholson) was in Europe teaching American police procedure to European police officers.

Zack Nichols Main article: Zack Nichols
  • Portrayed by Jeff Goldblum.
  • Episodes: "Rock Star" - "Three-In-One"

Zack Nichols joined as a replacement for Logan. He came to Major Case in the episode "Rock Star", after being away from the NYPD for seven years. He was once partnered with Captain Ross when they both worked in Anti-Crime. He is estranged from his family personally, however, in the ninth-season finale "Three In One", Zack asks for his father's advice (F. Murray Abraham) for help on a case; they reconcile their differences by the end of the episode.

Serena Stevens Detective Serena Stevens Law & Order character First appearance "Loyalty (Part 2)" Last appearance "Three-In-One" Portrayed by Saffron Burrows Time on show 2010 Seasons 9 Credited appearances 15 episodes Preceded by Megan Wheeler Succeeded by Alexandra Eames Information Partner Zack Nichols

Serena Stevens is the replacement for Det. Megan Wheeler (Julianne Nicholson), who left as partner of Zack Nichols (Jeff Goldblum) at the end of season eight ("Major Case") and for Det. Alexandra Eames (Kathryn Erbe), who left with her partner Robert Goren (Vincent D'Onofrio) for the remainder of the ninth season after the 2-part-premiere, "Loyalty".

Before transferring to New York, she was with the Chicago Police Department. During her childhood, Stevens briefly lived in Islamabad with her father, a Marine stationed at the American embassy, and learned to read Urdu and Arabic.

She is a fan of the Chicago White Sox. She hints at being somewhat of a baseball fan when she recognized a dead person as a former baseball player and starts telling Nichols stats regarding his short-lived major league career. She has an eight-year-old daughter named Kira.

Captains James Deakins Main article: James Deakins
  • Portrayed by Jamey Sheridan.
  • Episodes: "One" - "The Good"

Captain Deakins is Goren and Eames' first immediate supervisor; he periodically checks their progress during investigations. At the end of Season 5 (2005–2006), Deakins retires rather than battle a conspiracy to frame him. The vendetta stemmed from an episode in which Deakins — torn between loyalty and integrity — reluctantly allows Goren and Eames to imprison his friend Frank Adair (a former Chief of Detectives), by refusing to cover up his misdeeds. Adair uses his connections to plant false evidence of Deakins' corruption; Deakins refuses to tarnish the department by fighting the charges.

Danny Ross Main article: Danny Ross
  • Portrayed by Eric Bogosian.
  • Episodes: "Blind Spot" - "Loyalty (Part 1)"

Ross is Deakins's successor as the Major Case Squad commander. He is given the command as a reward for a successful three-year stint as head of a Joint Task Force on International Money Laundering; he took Detective Megan Wheeler with him to the Major Case Squad. Little is known about his home life, though he does mention in the 6th-season episode Tru Love that he has two teenage sons, and in 6th-season episode Albatross he is shown at a Burr-Hamilton duel re-enactment with his boys.

In the first half of the 9th-season premiere, Ross is involved in an undercover investigation that leads to his death.

Zoe Callas Captain Zoe Callas Law & Order character First appearance "Broad Channel" Last appearance "Three-In-One" Portrayed by Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Time on show 2010 Seasons 1 (season 9) Credited appearances 14 episodes Succeeded by Joseph Hannah

Callas is the successor for Capt. Daniel Ross (Eric Bogosian), who was killed in the line of duty at the beginning of the ninth season. Callas transferred from the Internal Affairs Bureau to be the captain of the Major Case Squad.S9E03 S9E07 However, she stays around as captain for only one season before being replaced by Joseph Hannah in Season 10. Her sudden departure from the Major Case Squad is never explained.

Callas mentions she is from a Greek-American family and has a daughter. Callas is divorced. Her eldest daughter is at Columbia University as a premed student.S9E11 She also has mentioned she has a brother who works in the construction field.S9E12

Joseph Hannah
  • Portrayed by Jay O. Sanders.
  • Episodes: "Rispetto" - "To the Boy in the Blue Knit Cap"

Joseph Hannah is the replacement for Captain Zoe Callas. Hannah is a friend of Detective Robert Goren since their police academy days. Hannah possesses an easy authority, but also a humorous side, and he shares a buddy-buddy rapport with some of his detectives. Hannah has a similar rapport with Detectives Goren and Eames that Captain Deakins (Jamey Sheridan) had with them.

Early on, Hannah gently confronts Goren about his mandatory shrink sessions with Dr. Gyson, reminding him that the sessions were mandated as part of Goren's reinstatement and that the NYPD brass still believe Goren is crazy. In "The Consoler", after Goren insults Hannah about a case in front of Eames, he privately tells Goren he understands him and how he does things, and vice versa. He then tells Goren "I've got your back, and you respect my face and don't get in it." This compels Goren to begin attending his sessions.

Jay O. Sanders, the actor who portrays Captain Joseph Hannah, appeared previously on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, in the episode "Dead" (Season 2, Episode 1), playing a different character.

Assistant District Attorneys Ron Carver Main article: Ron Carver
  • Portrayed by Courtney B. Vance.
  • Episodes: "One" - "The Good"

Ron Carver is an Assistant District Attorney assigned to the Major Case Squad. Carver serves as the MCS ADA until the end of Season 5, where no reason was given for his departure. Like Anita Van Buren from Law & Order, Carver graduated from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

Other recurring ADAs Name Portrayed by Year # Eps ADA Patricia Kent Theresa Randle 2006 2 ADA Claudia Shankly Bridget Regan 2006-2007 2 ADA Terri Driver Leslie Hope 2008 2 Recurring characters Doctor Elizabeth Rodgers Main article: Elizabeth Rodgers
  • Portrayed by Leslie Hendrix.
  • Episodes: "One" - "To the Boy in the Blue Knit Cap"

Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers is a recurring character in the fictional universe of the crime drama franchise Law & Order. She is an Assistant Chief Medical Examiner regularly seen on Law & Order, as well as Criminal Intent.

Minor characters Nicole Wallace "Nicole Wallace" redirects here. For the writer and political commentator, see Nicolle Wallace.
  • Portrayed by Olivia d'Abo.
  • Episodes: "Anti-Thesis", "A Person of Interest", "Great Barrier", "Grow" and "Frame". Significant plot line, implied presence only, in "Slither". Inspiration (mention only) for another female murderer/student to write a criminology paper on Wallace as a female serial killer, in "Renewal". Flashback footage in final season's "Boots on the Ground'".

Nicole Wallace is Robert Goren's archnemesis. A criminal mastermind, she is one of the few people Goren encounters throughout the series who can get the better of him, particularly by confronting him about his unhappy childhood. Goren theorizes that she was molested by her father as a child and that the trauma bred in her a pathological drive to use and destroy anyone who gets close to her; this is frequently implied to be true. Goren also believes that she murdered her own daughter in her native Australia because she saw the girl as a sexual rival (in the episode "Grow", she insists that her daughter's death was an accident).

She murders nine people during her five appearances on the show, and it is explained in "Anti-Thesis" that, years before, she helped her then-lover — a criminal svengali named Bernard Fremont (Michael York) — rob and murder several men in Thailand. In the episode "Slither," Fremont is indicted on a murder charge and found dead soon afterward, a hypodermic syringe jabbed into his chest. Goren holds Wallace responsible, knowing her aptitude with various poisons and believing her to be in New York at the time.

She is introduced in the episode "Anti-Thesis" as a con artist and thief living in the U.S. under the alias "Elizabeth Hitchens" and working at Hudson University as a literature professor. The episode reveals that she murdered the real Hitchens and assumed her identity. When Goren questions her about a murder that she manipulated a graduate student into committing, the two form an instant rivalry, which becomes obsessive after she flees the country. In her next appearance, "A Person of Interest", Goren tricks her into admitting responsibility for another murder, but she is found not guilty thanks to a team of lawyers hired by her wealthy husband, Gavin Haynes, who later divorces her. In "Great Barrier", she re-emerges as the brains behind a diamond theft scam perpetrated by her lover, Ella Miyazaki. Wallace later murders Ella when she discovers that she is wearing a wire, and falls to her apparent death in the process. She was slated to die in this episode, but the producers gave fans the option to vote on a real death versus her having faked her own death. Sure enough, she turns up alive in the episode "Grow".

While she is characterized as "a psychopath" and "a monster" by other characters, certain episodes suggest that Wallace is not entirely without humanity. In "Grow", for example, she puts herself at risk to save Gwen Chapel, the young daughter of her boyfriend Evan Chapel, after she discovers that he is trying to kill Gwen in order to collect on a multimillion-dollar trust fund. She gives Goren incriminating evidence against Evan and kidnaps Gwen to take her to the girl's aunt in Arizona. She leaves a voicemail for Bobby, admitting she could not trust herself with the child.

She makes her final appearance in the season 7 finale, "Frame", in which she kills Goren's brother Frank (Tony Goldwyn) with an injection of succinylcholine after having sex with him. In turn, she is murdered by Goren's former mentor, Dr. Declan Gage (John Glover), who sends her heart in a package to Goren. According to Gage, her final words were, "Tell Bobby he was the only man I've ever loved."

The eighth episode of the 2013 series Jo involves a murder suspect named Madeline Haynes (played by Olivia d'Abo). Interpol records show that her fingerprints match those of Nicole Wallace, and Wallace's backstory is mentioned, including her supposed final words. However, Haynes' DNA does not match that on record in New York for Nicole Wallace.

Declan Gage
  • Portrayed by John Glover.
  • Episodes: "Blind Spot" and "Frame"

Declan Gage, Goren's former mentor, appeared in two episodes. In "Blind Spot", his daughter Jo murders two people and kidnaps Eames to make her father notice her. In "Frame", it is revealed he is showing signs of diminishing capacity and concocts a plan to dispose of people whom Gage sees as destructive in Goren's life, "to set him free". Gage had even written a book about female murderers just to lure Nicole Wallace back to town. When she takes the bait, he lets her kill Goren's brother. He then kills Wallace and sends her heart to Goren. He, however, refused her advances, telling Goren, "You and I may the only two men ever to say 'No' to her. It's the only way to engage her."

Using Wallace's M.O., he stages an attempt on his own life, although the post date on the package containing the heart reveals she was already dead at the time. He even gaslights Goren to make him re-engage with life by defending himself against the suspicion he murdered his brother for life insurance to be paid to a Swiss bank account in the name of one of Goren's undercover aliases. He described his relationship with his daughter ("Blind Spot") as "never better"; she is in a coma resulting from blood loss when she bit off her own tongue.

Conroy "Connie" Smith
  • Portrayed by Billy Lush.
  • Episodes: "Sound Bodies", "In the Wee Small Hours (Part 1)"

He first appears in "Sound Bodies" as a charismatic, but deeply disturbed, young man who manipulates three girls into committing murder. In "In the Wee Small Hours", he takes up an offer from Goren and Eames to spy on a prisoner in exchange of postal privileges at Riker's Island, where he was transferred for a few weeks.

Wally Stevens
  • Portrayed by Mark Linn-Baker
  • Episodes: "Probability", "Endgame"

Wally Stevens first appeared in "Probability" as an eccentric employee at an insurance company. It is through evidence of repetition and patterns that Goren and Eames conclude that Wally is on the autism spectrum (Asperger's Syndrome) as well as orchestrating several murders of homeless people for insurance money. Eames remarks that Goren and Wally have many things in common, and wryly suggests that the two of them should be penpals. He reappears in "Endgame" as an unwitting conduit between Goren, with whom he has been corresponding, and Mark Ford Brady, who is in the same penitentiary.

Detective Daniels
  • Portrayed by Seth Gilliam
  • Episodes: "Players", "Amends", "Senseless", and "Purgatory"

Detective Daniels is a detective who worked in conjunction with the Major Case Squad and the narcotics unit when drugs and gangs were possibly involved in the murder cases at hand. Daniels is introduced in the sixth-season episode, "Players" where a judge's son is found shot to death, shortly after a notorious rap artist is sentenced in court. He later returns in the season seven premiere where a police officer is shot - initially believed to be committed by a high-level drug dealer. Daniels briefly appears in the episode "Senseless" where three kids with no criminal related backgrounds were murdered on a playground by a murderous Mexican drug dealer who felt his victim looked down on him. Daniels helps Detectives Logan and Falacci bust an MS13 dealer believed to be involved in the killings.

Daniels last episode was "Purgatory" where Goren gets involved with an ex-cop involved in a high-profile murder of two tourists, Goren later is fully placed undercover by the Chief of Detectives in order to get his badge back after losing it prematurely going undercover in a prison in New York State. Daniels is partnered with Detective Eames; working on the tourists's murder; when a connection is finally made he and Eames wind up busting in on Goren who is undercover. It was never mentioned what happened to Daniels after this episode.

Faith Yancy
  • Portrayed by Geneva Carr.
  • Episodes: "In the Wee Small Hours (Parts 1 & 2)", "Masquerade", "Albatross", "Neighborhood Watch", and "Lady's Man"

Faith Yancy is a TV journalist who sometimes reports on the Major Case Squad's high-profile cases. The character is an apparent parody of Nancy Grace, considering she helms a sensationalist news show in the vein of the real-life Grace's HLN program; in addition, her name itself can be seen as a parody of Nancy Grace's - "Faith" instead of "Grace," and "Yancy" instead of "Nancy." She also speaks with a slight Southern twang similar to Grace's.

Stanley Maas
  • Portrayed by David Zayas.
  • Episode: "Loyalty (Parts 1 & 2)"

Maas joined as a temporary replacement for Captain Danny Ross, who was murdered working a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act case with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Maas is the first Lieutenant to be the commanding officer of the Major Case Squad. He lets Goren, Eames, and Nichols work on the case at hand along with the murder of Ross. After Goren gets heated and shoves Jan Van Dekker in court, Maas suspends him from duty. He later puts Eames up for recommendation to Chief of Detectives Moran that she be the next Captain of the squad, on condition that she fire Goren. She does, but quits immediately thereafter. Both Maas and Eames are replaced by Zoe Callas.

Doctor Paula Gyson
  • Portrayed by: Julia Ormond
  • Episodes: "The Consoler" - "To the Boy in the Blue Knit Cap"

A police psychologist charged with conducting mandatory sessions with Detective Goren as a condition of his return to the NYPD.

Robert Goren's family
  • Rita Moreno - Frances Goren, mother (2006–2007)
  • Tony Goldwyn - Frank Goren, brother (2006–2008)
  • Roy Scheider - Mark Ford Brady, biological father (2007)
  • Trevor Morgan - Donny Carson, nephew (2007)
Crossover characters within the Law & Order franchise Name Portrayed by Year District Attorney Nora Lewin Dianne Wiest 2001 Detective Lennie Briscoe Jerry Orbach 2001 Detective Ed Green Jesse L. Martin 2001 Lieutenant Anita Van Buren S. Epatha Merkerson 2002 Dr. Emil Skoda J.K. Simmons 2002 District Attorney Arthur Branch Fred Dalton Thompson 2005 Dr. Elizabeth Olivet Carolyn McCormick 2006 Attorney Danielle Melnick Tovah Feldshuh 2011 References
  1. ^ a b c "USA Taps Julia Ormond to Guest Star in Tenth and Final Season of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent"". April 15, 2011. 
  2. ^ "The Mobster Will See You Now". Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Season 9. Episode 13. June 22, 2010. USA Network. 
  3. ^ "Love on Ice". Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Season 9. Episode 8. May 18, 2010. USA Network. 
  4. ^ "Delicate". Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Season 9. Episode 4. April 20, 2010. USA Network. 
  5. ^ "Traffic". Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Season 9. Episode 9. May 25, 2010. USA Network. 
  6. ^ "Lost Children of the Blood". Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Season 9. Episode 11. June 8, 2010. USA Network. 
  7. ^ a b "Law & Order: Criminal Intent' Gets New Captain, 'Pan Am' Gets First Stewardess". DeadlineTV. February 10, 2011. Retrieved February 10, 2011. 
Episode sources
^E516 "Dramma Giocoso". Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Season 5. Episode 16. 2006-04-09. 
^E709 "Untethered". Law & Men: Criminal Intent. Season 7. Episode 9. 2007-12-06. 
^E722 "Frame". Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Season 7. Episode 22. 2008-08-24. 
^E901 "Loyalty". Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Season 9. Episode 1. 2010-03-30. 
External links
  • Law and Order: Criminal Intent - USA Network - Character Profile: Det. Serena Stevens
  • Law and Order: Criminal Intent - USA Network - Character Profile: Capt. Zoe Callas
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  • Captain Danny Ross
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  • "The Good Doctor"
  • "Suite Sorrow"
  • "Graansha"
  • "Happy Family"
  • "Stress Position"
  • "Weeping Willow"
  • "30"
  • "Amends"
  • "Seeds"
  • "Untethered"
  • "Senseless"
  • "Purgatory"
  • "Contract"
  • "Assassin"
  • "Last Rites"
  • "Frame"
  • "Rock Star"
  • "Faithfully"
  • "The Glory That Was..."
  • "Family Values"
  • "Major Case"
  • "Revolution"
  • "Loyalty"
  • "To the Boy in the Blue Knit Cap"
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Eighteen Acres: A Novel
Eighteen Acres: A Novel
From the former Communications Director for the White House and current political media strategist comes a suspenseful and smart commercial novel about the first female president and all dramas and deceptions she faces both in politics and in love.Eighteen Acres, a description used by political insiders when referring to the White House complex, follows the first female President of the United States, Charlotte Kramer, and her staff as they take on dangerous threats from abroad and within her very own cabinet. Charlotte Kramer, the 45th US President, Melanie Kingston, the White House chief of staff, and Dale Smith, a White House correspondent for one of the networks are all working tirelessly on Charlotte’s campaign for re-election. At the very moment when they should have been securing success, though, Kramer’s White House implodes under rumors of her husband’s infidelity and grave errors of judgment on the part of her closest national security advisor.  In an upheaval that threatens not only the presidency, but the safety of the American people, Charlotte must fight to regain her footing and protect the the country she has given her life to serving.  Eighteen Acres combines political and family drama into one un-put-downable novel. It is a smart, juicy and fast-paced read that we’re sure fans of commercial women’s fiction will fall in total love with.

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Madam President: A Novel
Madam President: A Novel
Take “a breezy romp through the corridors of power town” (USA TODAY) with co-host of The View and former White House Communications director Nicolle Wallace in her electrifying insider novel of three powerful women on a day that will change the country forever.Charlotte Kramer, the 45th President of the United States, has done the unprecedented in allowing a network news team to document a day in her life—and that of her most senior staff. But while twenty news cameras are embedded with the president, the unthinkable happens: five major attacks are leveled on US soil. Her secretary of defense, Melanie, and her press secretary, Dale, must instantly jump into action in supporting the president and reassuring the country that the safety they treasure is in capable hands. But secrets have always thrived in President Kramer’s White House. With all eyes on them and America’s stability on the line, all three women are hiding personal and professional secrets that could rock the West Wing to its very foundations…and change the lives of the people they love most. With an insider’s sharp eye and her trademark winning prose, Nicolle Wallace delivers a timely novel of domestic and political intrigue that is impossible to put down.

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It's Classified: A Novel
It's Classified: A Novel
From the bestselling author of Eighteen Acres comes a novel that reveals the intrigue and drama that go on behind the closed doors of the White House and opens up a world few have access to, the world of Washington’s political elite.Charlotte Kramer, America’s first female president, is beginning her second term and is determined to make her mark on history although events do seem to be conspiring against her. Melanie Kingston, her best friend, just signed on as secretary of defense. Will their relationship survive? Dale Smith is the senior communications advisor to the vice president and knows a secret that could not only ruin her own career but put the credibility of the White House on the line. Tara Meyers is the most popular vice president in recent history, but does her public image match her private life? When a classified terror threat is made public, all the weaknesses of this presidency are laid bare—and with the country’s safety at stake, someone in the White House isn’t taking any chances. From the bestselling author of Eighteen Acres comes a novel with a true insider’s look at the lives of Washington’s political elite. It’s Classified reveals the intrigue and drama that go on behind the closed doors of the White House and opens up a world few have access to.

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Unbelievable: My Front-Row Seat to the Craziest Campaign in American History
Unbelievable: My Front-Row Seat to the Craziest Campaign in American History
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER“Compelling… this book couldn’t be more timely.” – Jill Abramson, New York Times Book Review From the Recipient of the 2017 Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in JournalismCalled "disgraceful," "third-rate," and "not nice" by Donald Trump, NBC News correspondent Katy Tur reported on—and took flak from—the most captivating and volatile presidential candidate in American history. Katy Tur lived out of a suitcase for a year and a half, following Trump around the country, powered by packets of peanut butter and kept clean with dry shampoo. She visited forty states with the candidate, made more than 3,800 live television reports, and tried to endure a gazillion loops of Elton John’s "Tiny Dancer"—a Trump rally playlist staple. From day 1 to day 500, Tur documented Trump’s inconsistencies, fact-checked his falsities, and called him out on his lies. In return, Trump repeatedly singled Tur out. He tried to charm her, intimidate her, and shame her. At one point, he got a crowd so riled up against Tur, Secret Service agents had to walk her to her car. None of it worked. Facts are stubborn. So was Tur. She was part of the first women-led politics team in the history of network news. The Boys on the Bus became the Girls on the Plane. But the circus remained. Through all the long nights, wild scoops, naked chauvinism, dodgy staffers, and fevered debates, no one had a better view than Tur. Unbelievable is her darkly comic, fascinatingly bizarre, and often scary story of how America sent a former reality show host to the White House. It’s also the story of what it was like for Tur to be there as it happened, inside a no-rules world where reporters were spat on, demeaned, and discredited. Tur was a foreign correspondent who came home to her most foreign story of all. Unbelievable is a must-read for anyone who still wakes up and wonders, Is this real life?

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The story Unsealed is a testimony of life on the other side from a child's point of view. As Nicole works her way through life being raised by a single mother. Nicole's mother was raising a great young women with brains. Even though life was expected to be good, Nicole had a relationship with a man she never knew. Nicole, learned to loved this man only because she was taught to do so. While growing into a women secrets were unveiled and emotions were brewed. Nicole learned more about life than she could imagine. As she began to transfer a number of a man into a name and tragedy into a triumph. Enter a world of the unknown as everything becomes Unsealed.

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Barron's DAT, 3rd Edition: Dental Admissions Test (Barrons How To Prepare for the Dental Admissions Test)
Barron's DAT, 3rd Edition: Dental Admissions Test (Barrons How To Prepare for the Dental Admissions Test)
This brand new manual prepares dental school applicants across the United States and Canada to pass the required admissions test. It features:Three full-length model tests, including a diagnostic testAll answers explained in detail Access to video tutorials from the authors, and moreTest-takers will also find thorough reviews of all DAT test topics: a general survey of the natural sciences, including biology, chemistry, and organic chemistry, as well as testing for perceptual ability, reading comprehension, and quantitative reasoning. BONUS ONLINE PRACTICE TEST: Students who purchase this book will also get access to one additional full-length online DAT test with all questions answered and explained. This online exam can be easily accessed by smartphone, tablet, or computer.

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Approaches to Teaching Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (Approaches to Teaching World Literature)
Approaches to Teaching Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (Approaches to Teaching World Literature)
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales was the subject of the first volume in the Approaches to Teaching series, published in 1980. But in the past thirty years, Chaucer scholarship has evolved dramatically, teaching styles have changed, and new technologies have created extraordinary opportunities for studying Chaucer. This second edition of Approaches to Teaching Chaucer's Canterbury Tales reflects the wide variety of contexts in which students encounter the poem and the diversity of perspectives and methods instructors bring to it. Perennial topics such as class, medieval marriage, genre, and tale order rub shoulders with considerations of violence, postcoloniality, masculinities, race, and food in the tales.The first section, "Materials," reviews available editions, scholarship, and audiovisual and electronic resources for studying The Canterbury Tales. In the second section, "Approaches," thirty-six essays discuss strategies for teaching Chaucer's language, for introducing theory in the classroom, for focusing on individual tales, and for using digital resources in the classroom. The multiplicity of approaches reflects the richness of Chaucer's work and the continuing excitement of each new generation's encounter with it.

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Teapot Tales: Pirates, Mermaids and Monsters of the Sea
Teapot Tales: Pirates, Mermaids and Monsters of the Sea
In the spirit of “Teapot Tales: A Collection of Unique Fairy Tales” is this wonderful second volume of short stories to enjoy! With stories to enchant readers of all ages, this collection of pirate and mermaid stories will open your eyes to the magic that can be found under the sea. Let yourself be pulled into the magical worlds found within these stories. From pirates and sea monsters to kind-hearted mermaids and flesh-eating sirens, let these charming ocean tales sweep you away into the realm of fantasy. With twenty-six stories, including four poems, written by seventeen different authors from around the world, “Teapot Tales: Pirates, Mermaids and Monsters of the Sea” is a wonderful collection of short stories, each story just long enough to enjoy with a cup of tea.

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Selfies from the End of the World: Historical Accounts of the Apocalypse (Mad Scientist Journal Presents) (Volume 2)
Selfies from the End of the World: Historical Accounts of the Apocalypse (Mad Scientist Journal Presents) (Volume 2)
"It would be our duty, as citizens on this earth to document its end the best way we know and if that means a second by second update of the world going up in flames, or down in rain, or crushed under the feet of invading monsters so be it." -- Shivangi Narain No one understands an apocalypse like the people who have experienced it. Mad Scientist Journal has brought together twenty-three tales of people who have seen the world end. These accounts range from irreverent to surreal to heartbreaking. Zombies share space with global wars, superviruses, canned peaches, and the death of the sun. Included in this collection are Rhoads Brazos, Samantha Bryant, Garrett Croker, Nathan Crowder, Matthew R. Davis, Kate Elizabeth, Mathew Allan Garcia, Sylvia Heike, B. T. Joy, Herb N. Legend, Samuel Marzioli, Mary Mascari, Nick Nafpliotis, Shivangi Narain, Brandon Nolta, Alexis J. Reed, Natalie Satakovski, J. C. Stearns, Charity Tahmaseb, Nicole Tanquary, Kristopher Triana, Dusty Wallace, MJ Wesolowski, and Caroline M. Yoachim. Includes art by Errow Collins, Amanda Jones, Shannon Legler, and Luke Spooner.

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