These are the 'Law & Order' episodes directed by alleged pedophile Jace Alexander
On Wednesday, Jason "Jace" Alexander, one of the many directors of the long-running TV show Law & Order, was charged with one felony count of promoting a sexual performance by a child and on one felony count of possessing an obscene sexual performance by a child.
"A forensic examination of computers and external hard drives removed from the location revealed digital files of children who are less than sixteen years of age engaged in child pornography," the DA's office said in a press release. Alexander faces seven years in state prison if convicted.
Alexander has directed 32 episodes of Law & Order. Here's how IMDB describes each episode:
A contractor is suspected in the murder of an investment banker after detectives discover that the home's security system has been tampered with, and he was having an affair with the man's wife.
All in the Family (2004)
A diamond broker's wife is accused of hiring Russian mobsters to arrange a hit on her husband.
The murder of a prominent Japanese model visiting New York City may have been a Yakuza-related murder for hire.
A homeless man goes on trial for manslaughter, accused of killing another homeless man. His defense attorney argues that the laws of civilized society should not apply to homeless people because of their realities.
An 80-year-old man is accused of killing the man who stole his identity and caused him to lose his home. However, the defendant's son wants him declared incompetent to stand trial.
A popular Broadway composer is accused of murder. His psychiatrist blames it on a traumatic episode he had as a teenager, but McCoy discovers that the doctor may also have a motive.
House Calls (2003)
Did a shady doctor irresponsibly prescribe pain-killing drugs to one of his patients, which resulted in her death?
A promising young writer confesses to the murder and robbery of a cabbie and demands that he receive the death penalty.
Mother's Day (2003)
A mother claims self-defense after she kills her schizophrenic son who was involved in a hit-and-run death.
Born Again (2002)
A therapist is charged with murder after an 11-year-old girl dies during a "rebirthing" procedure.
An insurance company employee is killed because he was on a committee that rejected coverage of an expensive but effective drug for a young girl suffering from leukemia.
Deep Vote (2001)
Jack tries to prove that a state senator and a mobster conspired to kill a journalist investigating voting irregularities. But connecting the dots is difficult without cooperation from the journalist's confidential source.
A Losing Season (2001)
A convicted drug dealer is accused of killing a pregnant loan officer, but it turns out to be part of a larger plot involving a professional basketball player who may be the baby's father.
Thin Ice (2000)
A father confesses to killing his son's hockey coach over playing time. His defense is that he should not be considered responsible for his actions because he suffers from a mental defect known as "sports rage."
A corrections officer may have deliberately set up a confrontation in prison that resulted in the death of an inmate who raped his colleague and girlfriend.
A wealthy middle-aged woman is in a coma after an apparent prescription drug overdose. The incident is tied to a twisted sexual practice involving the husband, but her daughter also turns out to have a financial motive.
A man claims he acted under extreme emotional disturbance after he murders the woman who sponsored a graphic painting.
Trade This (2000)
The murder of a stock broker leads Briscoe and Green to a coworker who is involved with a stock fraud scheme with ties to organized crime.
Is a man with Alzheimer's Disease competent enough to stand trial for murder? And if he is found guilty, should he be subjected to the near-inhumane conditions common for prisoners of his type?
Detective Briscoe's integrity is brought into question more than once as he pursues a Hispanic robbery/murder suspect.
A Hispanic mathematics professor is the prime suspect in the murder of a graduate student. He claims he is being racially profiled, but detectives have two potential motives. However, they cannot place him at the scene of the crime.
A murder case leads detectives to a mother/son team of con artists and accusations of incest.
Bad Girl (1998)
The pursuit of the death penalty for a police officer's killer who found religion in prison becomes a political football for the DA's office, and Briscoe's daughter gets in trouble with the law.
Detectives discover that a murdered white woman had recently given birth to a baby whose race reveals a well-kept secret about the baby's biological father.
Navy Blues (1997)
A female Navy pilot kills an officer over their affair. However, McCoy suspects that the Navy may be impeding the D.A. office's investigation because she is a valuable asset and a positive female role model.
Working Mom (1997)
The death of a former police officer leads Briscoe and Curtis to a pair of suburban moms who work as prostitutes.
Good Girl (1996)
A white teenager accused of murdering an African-American man claims that she was a date-rape victim, and racial overtones threaten to overpower the actual merits of the case.
A woman is killed after stray bullets travel through her apartment window. Briscoe and Curtis learn that an abused 13-year-old who was forced to work for a drug dealer by his drug-addicted mother was the shooter.
A convicted rapist in a high-profile trial from 30 years earlier receives a new trial because of legal technicalities. In addition, prosecutors must try to convict this time without a confession.
The death penalty has just been passed in New York and prosecutors must decide whether or not it is appropriate after an unlikely suspect murders an undercover police officer.
Detectives and prosecutors believe that a smug comedy club owner shot his wife and put her in a coma, but they can't come up with enough hard evidence to get him convicted.
Stone is reluctantly forced to pursue criminal charges against a woman who kidnapped a young girl and took her away from an abusive foster home, even though he thinks she should receive psychiatric care instead.
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