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He is shot in the line of duty while pursuing serial killer Dr. Gregory Yates in upstate New York but eventually recovers. Only a few months into his tenure, he is offered a position with the joint terrorism task force by his father but decides to stay with SVU, boldly going against the Deputy Chief's wishes the elder Dodds had meant for his son's time at SVU to be nothing more than a career step.
In "Manhattan Transfer", Dodds is made Acting Commander of SVU after Lt. Olivia Benson is relieved of her duties.
In the subsequent episode, Dodds leads SVU's continued investigation into a sex trafficking ring while continuing to consult Benson. He happily returns command of SVU back over to Benson after the case is closed.
In "Heartfelt Passages", Dodds is shot in the stomach during a hostage situation. He makes it through surgery, but he later suffers a stroke in the ICU and is put on life support.
After its determined that Dodds is brain dead, he is taken off life support and dies. Both Chief Dodds and the entire SVU Squad were devastated by his death and Olivia Benson suffers from survivor's guilt.
It is shown a few months after the tragic event that the Deputy Chief still holds Olivia responsible for what happened to his son.
As Olivia herself admits, "he's not wrong". As seen in "Heartfelt Passages", Sgt. Dodds is a recipient of the US Flag Bar, World Trade Center Breast Bar, NYPD Meritorious Police Duty, NYPD Excellent Police Duty, and NYPD th Commemorative Breast Bar.
Officer Katriona "Kat" Tamin is introduced in the Season 21 premiere "I'm Going to Make You a Star". Having worked undercover with the NYPD Vice Unit, she is called on by Benson to assist SVU in building a case against an influential media mogul.
In the later episode "The Burden of Our Choices", she transfers to Benson's squad as a detective-in-training and is placed under the supervision of Fin and Rollins.
She sometimes acts recklessly and against orders, a pattern of behavior that concerns Benson. ADA Alexandra Cabot first appears in the season 2 premiere episode "Wrong Is Right", when she is assigned by the DA and Police Commissioner to work with SVU as their permanent ADA.
She serves as SVU's ADA until the fourth episode of season 5, in which she survives an assassination attempt by a drug cartel's hitman and subsequently enters the Witness Protection Program.
In the season 6 episode "Ghost", she returned to testify against her assassin, but quickly disappears back into Witness Protection after the trial.
In season 10, she makes a surprise return to SVU as the temporary ADA, replacing ADA Greylek, for six episodes, starting with the episode "Lead".
Although Cabot was absent for the first four episodes of season 11, she becomes their permanent ADA in the fifth episode "Hardwired" after EADA Sonya Paxton entered court-ordered alcohol rehab.
She left SVU in the season 11 episode "Witness" to work for the International Criminal Court to seek justice for rape victims in the Congo. She later returned in the season 13 premiere "Scorched Earth", in which Cabot is the lead prosecutor in a rape case against a man who is the favorite to become Italy's next prime minister.
She is the prosecutor in seven episodes, sharing the ADA duties with Casey Novak and Bureau Chief Mike Cutter. Cabot's last episode of season 13 was "Learning Curve" in which she is aiding in the investigation of a school molestation scandal.
Elizabeth Donnelly was SVU's Bureau Chief Assistant District Attorney from seasons 3 to 6. In the District Attorney's office, she serves as the supervisor for ADA Cabot and her successor Casey Novak.
Donnelly is elevated to judge in season 7. In the season 10 episode " Persona ", Donnelly takes a leave of absence from her role as a judge and resumes her previous role as an Executive ADA to prosecute a cold case she was involved with in , when a battered woman Brenda Blethyn murdered her husband.
She admits to Benson that she was somewhat responsible for the woman absconding from custody and therefore took on the case due to "unfinished business.
This episode calls attention to the difficulty Donnelly experiences as a woman working in the justice system. But the revelation that the fugitive had been pregnant at the time of her crime leads Donnelly to what, for her, is an act of leniency.
She leaves the office, yet again, and returns to the role of a judge. From season 7 through 12, the SVU ADAs work without a Bureau Chief supervising their work, and are watched more closely by the District Attorney.
In season 13, Executive ADA Michael Cutter Linus Roache is transferred from homicide to take over Donnelly's former role as supervisor.
Casey Novak was SVU's Assistant District Attorney from seasons 5 to 9, replacing ADA Alexandra Cabot. Although she quickly loses her innocence when dealing with sex crimes , she still shows uneasiness when dealing with the gray areas of human involvement, preferring the letter of the law to the messiness of each individual reality.
Nonetheless, Novak has a 71 percent success rate in the cases she prosecutes, whereas the average for prosecutors is 44 percent. After initial hesitation, she becomes particularly close to Stabler as they bond over being Catholic and a love of sports.
It is revealed that in her final year of law school, Novak was engaged to a man, Charlie, who suffered from schizophrenia. She ended the relationship when his symptoms became so severe she felt she could no longer be intimate with him.
In , Charlie attacked her in her home during a psychotic episode. She convinced the police not to press charges, but ended the relationship.
He eventually became homeless , and was found dead as a " John Doe " in the spring of She developed a deep compassion for the mentally ill afterward, but still feels guilty for not being able to help him, as shown in season 9's "Blinded.
S military. She says that her father was an M Door Gunner on a Huey during the Vietnam War. His helicopter crashed three times and he received a Purple Heart.
In season 9, her final year as the SVU ADA, she grew increasingly more reckless and unsure in her prosecution. It is implied that friend and former boss Liz Donnelly Judith Light aided in her censure, leading to her replacement by ADA Kim Greylek in season It is revealed that Novak was censured for three years and subsequently re-hired by the DA's office.
This is explained in the season 12 episode "Reparations", where she returns to SVU as their temporary ADA to prosecute a rape case.
Casey not only finds herself at odds with Dekker, but also Judge Lena Petrovsky Joanna Merlin , to whom she had previously lied in the season 9 finale " Cold " , which ultimately led to her censure.
ADA Novak returned as a recurring character, along with ADA Cabot, in season She was last seen as the lead prosecutor in "Valentine's Day", in which she goes up against Defense Attorney Marvin Exley Ron Rifkin , who is defending a woman who seems to have fabricated her own abduction.
Kim Greylek was the SVU's Assistant District Attorney who replaced Casey Novak at the beginning of season Greylek previously worked in the U.
Department of Justice 's Office on Violence Against Women in Washington, D. She can be unrelenting, threatening to charge a defendant with a hate crime for raping two women in the season 10 premiere, and having a teenage boy charged with assaulting a police officer so he can be tested for HIV.
In the episode "Babes", Greylek also angers a woman believed to be involved with a young girl's suicide, but she was found not guilty. After gloating about her innocence, the woman attacks Greylek for correcting her about being "innocent" and to wash the blood off her hands before holding her daughter's baby.
When the officers pull the woman off her, Greylek tells Stabler to charge her with assault. But Greylek also has a softer side, as she warns Stabler to get a good defense attorney after his daughter Kathleen Allison Siko , who has bipolar disorder , is charged with breaking and entering and theft, because the DA's office will prosecute her.
Greylek also rushes to get justice for three women who were drugged and raped by a man obsessed with pornography in the episode "Smut".
Greylek also seeks justice when a man is brutally beaten outside a strip club with the man's ex-wife and year-old transgender daughter as the prime suspect.
After appearing in only 14 episodes, Greylek was written out of the series in the episode "Lead"; in the middle of a trial where pediatrician Gilbert Keppler Lawrence Arancio is found guilty of molesting four of his male patients.
She is last seen doing a press conference with Cragen, Benson, and Stabler on the steps of the courthouse while the doctor's attorney hands the SVU squad a lawsuit for failure to take action against Keppler immediately.
Later in the episode, Benson and Stabler discover the doctor murdered in his home. The detectives hold CSU out of the house until Cragen and Greylek arrive.
Suddenly, they see ADA Cabot walk up to the scene with Cragen. Cabot tells the detectives that the Justice Department called Greylek back to Washington and DA Jack McCoy Sam Waterston let her leave immediately.
Sonya Paxton was SVU s Executive ADA who temporarily replaced Alexandra Cabot for four episodes in season 11, starting with the season premiere, "Unstable".
A member of the DA's office for over 25 years, she has a black-and-white view of the law, and makes sure all procedures are handled " by the book.
McCoy sends Paxton to SVU to "clean house" in the "he-said, she-said unit" due to too many convictions being overturned. However, things start out rocky as she butts heads with the SVU team, particularly Detective Stabler.
In the second episode "Sugar" , she and Stabler get into a heated argument after Paxton calls the suspect's lawyer after he declines his right to counsel twice.
In the fourth episode "Hammered" , Paxton is prosecuting a case where a man drank heavily and murders the woman he met at the bar.
The defense blames alcoholism for the murder during the trial. Intending to use a computer-generated video mockup of the crime, Paxton accidentally plays a version in which the defendant's face is superimposed onto the attacker.
Paxton is embarrassed and meets Benson and Stabler at a bar where she is seen drinking. The following morning, she arrives 45 minutes late to the mistrial hearing, appearing distraught and blaming a " fender bender ".
Judge Barry Moredock John Cullum asks if she needed medical help, but the defendant points out that she is drunk.
Moredock orders Benson to come with a breathalyzer , which reveals her blood alcohol level is. Moredock orders Paxton to seek treatment.
At the end of the episode, she returns to the SVU precinct and apologizes to the team, stating that she intends on making amends to each and every one of them.
She later appears in the season 11 episode "Turmoil" , meeting ADA Cabot outside the courtroom after Cabot discovers she is being investigated by the state bar.
Paxton tells her to watch out for Benson and Stabler, because they are only loyal to each other. In season 12, Paxton makes a surprise return to SVU and served as the Executive ADA in the ninth episode "Gray" to prove to the DA that she hadn't lost her 'winning ways'.
Paxton and Stabler go at it again, with Stabler telling her to "go have a drink. Paxton tells the SVU squad that she has been working to find Harding's missing sister for decades, as it was her case.
She also tells them that she started drinking in part because she felt responsible for the killer having never been caught.
She releases confidential case information to Harding, which puts Harding in danger. Benson and Tutuola go looking for Paxton at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting to reprimand her for giving out the information.
Benson makes a shocking discovery when entering the women's restroom — Paxton is bleeding to death on the floor. As Benson tries to help her, Paxton says "It's okay, I got him," and she dies in Benson's arms.
Melinda Warner Tamara Tunie discovers a hair in Paxton's throat, which she got by biting her attacker—which ultimately helps solve the case. SVU executive producer Neal Baer revealed that, "She's [Paxton] from Appeals and she's tired of having rape cases overturned because of misidentifications.
She's coming to clean things up. According to Lahti, Paxton was originally written as a control freak , "needing to always be right and prove others wrong" — but behind this, were Paxton's fears, insecurities, low self-esteem and an alcohol problem.
Lahti again returned to SVU for two episodes, in the series' twelfth season. In response to Lahti's return, Baer stated, "We're bringing back characters we love this season.
TV Guide described the character as an "overbearing", "nasty" alcoholic. WPIX described Paxton as an "ADA with a dark side" who has "serious control issues and several skeletons in her closet".
On the day of the airing of the episode "Hammered", Lahti stated that Paxton is the person that "everyone's loving to hate", and that hopefully the viewer's perception of her would change after the episode, sympathizing with the character's drinking problem.
TV , while noting the misleading representations of lawyers on television, commented on the realism of Paxton's alcoholism storyline, contending that it "could happen, as alcoholism among lawyers is an issue.
In an interview with HollywoodOutbreak. Lahti appeared in 7 episodes of SVU as Paxton, more than any other character in the Executive ADA capacity.
ADA Jo Marlowe is drafted by DA Jack McCoy in season 11 after ADA Alexandra Cabot takes a leave of absence to help rape victims in the Congo.
She is a former police lieutenant and Detective Stabler's partner approximately four years before he paired with Detective Benson.
Stabler and Benson show up at the crime scene and Stabler is shocked to see his old partner and more surprised to know she now works for the DA's office.
Benson believes Marlowe only took the job as SVU's ADA so that she could work with Stabler again. In the following episode, "Ace", Marlowe and Captain Cragen clash over the way to handle a case in which a baby-trafficking ring is discovered and a young woman and her baby are in danger.
Marlowe orders Benson and Stabler to catch the ring's leader in the act, while Cragen wants ESU to take the perp at his warehouse.
Cragen remarks to Marlowe, "You're the boss in court counselor, not here. Marlowe responds it was a "Command decision. Marlowe is able to convict the leader by using his delivery doctor's testimony, which he delivered in the judge's chambers for protection.
In the season 11 finale, "Shattered", Marlowe is taken hostage, along with Detective Benson and Dr. Warner, in the morgue by Sophie Gerard Isabelle Huppert , the distraught mother of a dead boy.
Gerard shoots Dr. Warner and Benson and Marlowe must take action to save her life. In talking the mother down, Marlowe says she knows what it is like to be in pain as she reveals that she was diagnosed with an "aggressive" type of cancer and had a bilateral radical mastectomy a year before taking the job at SVU.
Marlowe makes Gerard drop the gun by picking up the dead boy and saying that he needs his mother and handing him to her.
ADA Gillian Hardwicke replaces Marlowe as SVU's permanent ADA at the beginning of season Entertainment Weekly reviewed Stone's performance as a "great presence", and having "had to revive her best Sherri West is brought in as a temporary ADA to start season West first appears in the second episode, where she is the prosecutor on a case where a pedophile is kidnapping and raping young girls.
When the suspect is brutally beaten in the SVU holding cell by an officer, West assures the judge that violence against the defendant will not occur again.
West next appeared in the third episode, "Behave", in which Benson works with to get justice for a rape victim named Vicki Sayers Jennifer Love Hewitt , and to ensure that Bill Harris James Le Gros , her rapist, is put away.
West returned in the 23rd episode, "Delinquent". When Hunter says during his arraignment that Stabler molested him after handcuffing him, West's case is in jeopardized, since there was also no actual victim.
West manages to get Mazelon to allocute, which he did falsely, but Stabler wished for West to call for a recess.
In the season 12 finale "Smoked", a rape victim is murdered days before her trial is set to start. West is called again and pushes Benson and Stabler to find the victim's murderer.
Benson and Stabler, with West's help, discover the murder was orchestrated by the rapist, a friend, and a greedy ATF agent.
West never gets the chance to convict anyone, however, the victim's daughter kills all three defendants in the SVU squad room, before Stabler is forced to shoot her dead.
In the fourth episode of season 13, "Double Strands", West appears back in the SVU precinct, but now as a defense attorney; it is revealed that the firm that hired her "offered her a better deal.
Gillian "Gill" Hardwicke was SVU's primary ADA in season She is a Brooklyn ADA who transfers to Manhattan SVU due to her great admiration for detectives Benson and Stabler.
She replaces Mikka Von Paula Patton , who had been fired after only one case with the SVU team. She often gets into conflict over cases with Benson and Stabler; with Benson over a case where a woman was raped as a teenager and she began seeking revenge on her attackers, branding them with hot clothes hangers.
She and Benson also clash when Vivian Arliss Maria Bello —who gave custody of her son Calvin Charlie Tahan to Benson—is a suspect in a string of burglaries.
Hardwicke and Stabler get into conflict over a case where presumably, a boy named Nicky Roberts Al Calderon , shot and killed his abusive stepfather; she is eventually forced to drop the case because both Nicky and his mother Sandra Drea de Matteo admit to killing him, creating reasonable doubt for both of them.
In "Penetration", Hardwicke convicts a man who raped FBI Agent Dana Lewis Marcia Gay Harden while she was undercover, on orders from Brian Ackerman J.
MacKenzie , the leader of a white supremacist group who is angry at Lewis for killing his son Kyle in the season 7 episode "Raw".
In her final episode, "Bombshell", Hardwicke attempts to convict twins Cassandra Rose McGowan and Doug Ryan Hurst —who are also in a sexual relationship—for their involvement in a man's brutal stabbing along with fraud crimes in New York and Miami.
Hardwicke is mentioned in the episode "Reparations" as Tutuola says she is at a convention in Miami, before ADA Casey Novak returns as their temporary prosecutor.
West then assumes the temporary ADA role for the final two episodes in season Melissa Sagemiller had previously been on SVU in season 1 episode " Russian Love Poem ", portraying a rape victim.
Sagemiller said about her character's personality: "She's tough Both Cabot and Novak were previously supervised by Bureau Chief ADA Elizabeth Donnelly, before she was elevated to judgeship in season 7.
The season 13 premiere, " Scorched Earth ", was Cutter's first appearance on SVU , in which he helps Cabot with her prosecution of an Italian diplomat accused of raping a hotel maid.
In "True Believers", Cutter takes the lead in a case where a college music student Sofia Vassilieva is raped at gunpoint by a drug dealer.
Defense attorney Bayard Ellis Andre Braugher accuses the NYPD of racially profiling the defendant, who is African-American, and reveals that Tutuola and Rollins frisked three identical suspects - all of which result in Cutter losing the case.
In the episode "Lost Traveller", ADA Cabot is forced to call on Cutter after defense attorney Marvin Exley Ron Rifkin tells her to "call her boss" to work out a deal for his client.
In "Father's Shadow", Cutter is the lead prosecutor when a reality show producer named Fred Sandow Michael McKean is accused of raping young first-time actresses.
Executive Assistant District Attorney David Haden joins the show in the season 13, "Official Story", with a four-episode arc.
Referred to as the executive assistant to the District Attorney, or the DA's "number two", Haden is a dedicated prosecutor who is assigned a case with Benson and the SVU squad when the CEO of a private military contractor is confronted by Occupy Wall Street protesters and later found drugged and sexually assaulted in a park.
A much larger crime and conspiracy in Iraq is unveiled, with a rape occurring overseas and the rape kit being kept hidden. Haden and the SVU detectives are threatened by the CEO John Doman , but Haden dismisses the threat, telling Benson, "This is what I live for.
As the case develops, so does their relationship, as they share dinner and a kiss at the end of the episode. In the following episode, "Father's Shadow", Haden offers to take Benson to dinner, but she respectfully declines, saying she is still on duty and joking there would be a possible conflict of interest.
Later, Haden shows up at the scene of a hostage situation, in which Benson is trying to talk a teenage boy down from killing his younger sister.
After Benson finally convinces the boy to give her the gun, Haden comforts her and offers to take her home.
In "Hunting Ground", Haden and Benson's relationship becomes romantic as they work together to catch a serial killer ; they are shown on a date and later sleeping together.
In "Justice Denied", Haden becomes involved in an SVU case in which it appears that Benson had coerced a confession out of a man eight years earlier and the real rapist is attacking women again.
After defense attorney Bayard Ellis questions their relationship and threatens to expose them, Haden and Benson have to decide how they are going to handle the case without having their judgement clouded.
At the end of the episode, after the real rapist has been caught and the wrongfully imprisoned man released, Cragen informs Benson that the District Attorney has decided to form a Conviction Integrity Unit to investigate past cases and ensure no one is wrongfully imprisoned.
Cragen says that the DA's office will be starting with sex crimes, and that Haden has been appointed as the Bureau Chief of the unit. Benson and Haden meet for drinks and decide that they have to end their relationship and pretend like it never happened.
In the 13th-season finale episode, " Rhodium Nights ", Defense Attorney Marvin Exley Ron Rifkin tells Benson that Haden may not be the person he claims to be, hinting that Haden is corrupt.
It is revealed in the season 14 premiere that Haden's name came up on the wire tap in the investigation of an escort service. At the end of the episode, after several members of the DA's office are arrested for bribery and corruption, including Bureau Chief Paula Foster Paget Brewster , Amaro tells Benson that Haden resigned from the office.
Assistant District Attorney Rafael Barba is brought in at the behest of temporary SVU captain, Steven Harris Adam Baldwin , when Barba requests a transfer from Brooklyn to Manhattan after he prosecutes two johns for raping a prostitute.
Barba is a headstrong, by-the-book prosecutor, who puts pressure on not only the detectives, but also the victims and witnesses. In his first case, he prosecutes a rape similar to one portrayed in the best selling erotic novel Twenty-Five Acts , supposedly written by the victim, Jocelyn Paley Anna Chlumsky.
Barba tells the detectives to uncover anything and everything about Paley and her attacker. After rushing to put Paley on the stand to testify, Barba and the detectives discover that she did not write the book, which forces Barba to get creative with the trial.
When Barba exposes the defendant's viciousness by taunting him with a belt, the jury finds the defendant guilty. ADA Barba goes head to head with the Suffolk County District Attorney, Pam James Jane Kaczmarek , in the episode " Beautiful Frame ", after a Manhattan rape victim is charged with murder of her ex-boyfriend in Suffolk County.
Benson questions the charges against the woman and gathers enough evidence for Barba to put another man on trial for the murder, as Barba and James race to get a conviction before the other.
Barba and the SVU detectives uncover a scandal within the Suffolk County DA's office, as one of James' investigators set the young woman up for the murder.
Barba offers to spare James' office further embarrassment as long as the investigator is convicted for the murder in Suffolk County.
In the episode, " Funny Valentine ", Barba and the detectives have a tough time convincing pop star Micha Green Tiffany Robinson to testify against her abusive boyfriend, hip-hop artist Caleb Bryant Eugene Jones III.
After a shooting that kills her manager with Bryant as a suspect, Barba and Benson convince Green to testify to the grand jury.
But when she finally takes the stand, she tells Barba that Bryant was not at the scene and instead says Barba and Benson put those words in her mouth.
The couple flees on a vacation, where Bryant finally beats Green to death. Towards the end of the fourteenth season, Barba becomes close with the squad, and they rely on his legal advice on many of their assigned cases.
In the episode "Undercover Blue", Benson goes to Barba in an attempt to provide evidence that could potentially exonerate Brian Cassidy Dean Winters against a rape charge.
In the season finale "Her Negotiation", Rollins calls Barba in on a weekend for a misdemeanor case in which she senses the accused, William Lewis Pablo Schreiber is more dangerous than he seems.
Soon afterward, Lewis kidnaps and tortures Benson, who escapes after beating him within an inch of his life. Barba manages to convict Lewis of kidnapping, unaware that Benson gave perjured testimony.
Esparza was added to the opening credits in season 15, making Barba the squad's fourth full-time ADA. On February 7, , Esparza left the series after six seasons in the episode " The Undiscovered Country ".
Assistant District Attorney Peter Stone is appointed by District Attorney Jack McCoy as special counsel prosecuting Rafael Barba in the death of a terminally ill child in the episode " The Undiscovered Country ".
First introduced in the Chicago P. However, when Benson confronts him during the trial and he admits he sympathizes with Barba but cannot ignore the prosecution because he fears it will set a bad example to others, she urges him to talk to Barba and be more reasonable with him.
This later results in Barba being found not guilty, a result Stone ultimately approves with. After Barba resigns, traumatized by the case, Stone takes over as ADA overseeing the Manhattan SVU.
His stint begins to a rocky start, particularly with initial tension with the rest of the members of the SVU team due to Barba's sudden departure.
He soon begins to grow into the job and bond with them, particularly as he reveals that he was a professional baseball player in the Chicago Cubs' minor league system, briefly called up to the major leagues, but was forced to retire from the game due to injury that tore his ligament.
He also has a sister named Pamela Amy Korb who suffers from paranoid schizophrenia and whom their father committed to a psychiatric hospital.
Peter visits her every week after their father's death. When Pamela begins to show signs of memory loss, believing that he is their father, Stone reluctantly increases her medication on her doctor's advice, concerned that stopping the medication could cause her to become suicidal.
In the episode " Remember Me, Too ", Pamela is abducted by members of a criminal network Peter is prosecuting, who ultimately invade the psychiatric hospital and shoot her.
In the season 20 premiere " Man Up ", it is revealed that Stone blames himself for her death, and has been drinking heavily and having anonymous sex to numb the guilt.
In the final episode of season 20, Stone devises a fake prosecution to entrap serial rapist Rob Miller Titus Welliver , and tells one of his victims to lie under oath.
The ruse is revealed, making Miller so angry that he incriminates himself - just as Stone planned. Assistant District Attorney Dominick "Sonny" Carisi, Jr.
He has brief SVU experience in other boroughs, including Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island. In the fifth episode of season 16, it is revealed he has permanently joined the Manhattan SVU team.
Carisi, an Italian-American, is an inexperienced detective who transfers to the Manhattan Special Victims Unit as Detective Nick Amaro 's Danny Pino temporary replacement when Amaro is reassigned to Queens.
He began his law enforcement career as a patrol officer in the Bronx. After getting his detective's shield, he did some time in Vice and then did a few stints in the Special Victims Units for various boroughs before transferring to Manhattan SVU.
Carisi grew up in Staten Island "off Arden Avenue" which is where his parents still reside. He is Roman Catholic, and wanted to be a priest when he was a child; two of his cousins are in the priesthood.
His badge number is Carisi gets off to a rough start with his new colleagues in the sixteenth season premiere episode "Girls Disappeared", coming off as blunt and insensitive during his initial meeting with Sergeant Olivia Benson Mariska Hargitay and Detective Amanda Rollins Kelli Giddish.
He also eventually wins his colleagues' respect and friendship. Unlike his older, more seasoned colleagues, he has difficulty keeping his emotions in check when confronted by the horrific crimes he sees.
In the fifth episode, it is revealed that Carisi has permanently joined the Manhattan SVU team. In the same episode, Carisi helps turn one suspect against another during the investigation of a porn star 's rape, earning him praise from Benson.
Barba eventually allows Carisi to shadow him for a trial, with Carisi helping Barba spot a key inconsistency in a witness' testimony. Some months later, Carisi reveals that he has recently taken the bar exam and thanks Barba for the earlier opportunity.
The season 17 episode "Intersecting Lives" reveals that Carisi has passed the exam; however, in the season finale "Heartfelt Passages," he decides to postpone his plans to become an assistant district attorney for the time being.
At the end of the episode, he serves as a pallbearer for Sgt. Mike Dodds Andy Karl after the latter is killed by a corrupt corrections officer.
While he dislikes Tommy, Carisi comes to believe his story and works to make sure that the woman is brought to justice. In "Next Chapter", he is held at gunpoint and nearly killed by a rape suspect, former police Sgt.
Tom Cole Chris Bauer. Benson saves him by shooting Cole in the back of the head, killing him. In "In Loco Parentis", Carisi's niece Mia Ryann Shane says she was raped by a classmate, Ethan Sam Vartholomeos , at a college party, but later admits it was consensual.
However, Ethan rapes her for real in her room after she invited him over to apologize. Carisi takes the stand in Ethan's trial and admits what Mia told him.
ADA Peter Stone Philip Winchester gets Ethan to confess to the rape, for which he is sentenced to seven years in prison.
Carisi helps Mia move out of her dorm and tells her that she was not at fault for what happened to her. In "Sunk Cost Fallacy", while driving a victim, Jules Hunter Sarah Wilson , to her house, Carisi's car is hit by a car ignoring a stop sign; the driver flees the scene, with the car being reported as stolen two days prior.
Carisi is injured, and Jules is killed. It is implied that their car was hit by Jules' abusive husband, Nick Scott Porter.
In the season 21 premiere, "I'm Going to Make You a Star", Carisi leaves the NYPD to become an assistant district attorney.
His new role finds him caught in the middle of conflicts between his former colleagues at SVU and his new boss, Vanessa Hadid Zuleikha Robinson , at the district attorney's office.
Carisi initially has trouble defending her and nearly resigns but encouragement from Benson persuades. The next day, he handles his job more professionally by getting the rapist to show his aggressive nature and is able to successfully convict the rapist.
Huang is an FBI forensic psychiatrist and criminal profiler , specializing in studying sexual predators and their victims.
He becomes SVU's resident psychiatrist in season 3 after he was originally on loan to the squad towards the end of season 2. Though he is liked and respected by the SVU detectives and they generally defer to his professional judgment, his diagnoses sometimes hinder prosecutions, particularly where he finds mental illness, making defendants either not fully responsible for their crimes, or not fit to stand trial.
This makes him a constant pain for the ADAs who are trying to prosecute the offenders. He frequently observes interrogations of suspects, advising detectives on how to best interact to obtain a confession.
Very little is known about Huang's personal life, other than that he is gay , which he noted in season 11's "Hardwired", has a sister noted in "Inheritance" , and that he speaks Cantonese and Mandarin.
Huang was last seen in a main role during the season 12 episode "Bombshell" in which he helps Benson and Stabler get information out of a homeless man.
The reason for his departure is not revealed until the season 13 episode "Father Dearest" in which Dr. Huang returns to the SVU squad temporarily to aid in an investigation and tells them about his new assignment in Oklahoma City.
Huang returns to New York in the season 14 episode, "Born Psychopath", and helps the SVU detectives with a case involving a young boy who has become increasingly violent towards those close to him.
He diagnoses the boy with antisocial personality disorder and makes arrangements to get him into a treatment facility.
After not appearing in season 16, the first season he did not appear in since joining the show in season 2, Huang returns in the season 17 episode, "Depravity Standard.
Warner is a NYC medical examiner who is one of SVU's biggest allies. Though originally a recurring character, she became a regular cast member in season 7, remaining through season 12; she reverted to being a recurring character in season In the season 7 episode "Blast", she becomes directly involved in the efforts to rescue an eight-year-old kidnapping victim who has just been diagnosed with leukemia.
Warner is held hostage with Detective Stabler at a bank where the hostage taker's father is the manager. When the taker demands Detective Stabler to come out of the office, he gives Warner his second gun, which she later uses to shoot the taker to prevent him from committing suicide by cop.
In the season 9 episode, "Harm", she uses her medical skills to diagnose past torture in a victim and takes the lead in making the case to prosecute the doctor responsible.
In the season 11 finale "Shattered", she is held hostage in her own morgue with Detective Benson and ADA Marlowe and is shot by the woman holding them hostage.
She talks Benson through life-saving techniques before the woman lets her go to get real medical attention.
She is well liked by the SVU squad, though briefly argues with Stabler when he accuses her of botching a DNA test on Benson, expected to absolve her of a homicide, before she discovered the DNA was intentionally doctored to make Benson look guilty.
She served as a doctor in the U. Air Force during the Gulf War and is married with a daughter. Emil Skoda is a psychiatrist who works with the New York Police Department.
In addition to his own private practice, he often testifies for the prosecution as an expert witness on whether a defendant is legally sane to stand trial.
He also profiles suspects and offers advice to the District Attorneys regarding witnesses' and suspects' mental states. Unlike his predecessor, Dr.
Elizabeth Olivet , little has been revealed about Skoda's personal life. One exception occurs in the episode "Burned", in which he compares a teenage suspect to his own son and admits that he enjoys rollerblading and Nintendo.
Skoda is also far more skeptical than Olivet of defendants pleading insanity , and quicker to believe they were faking to avoid prison.
In more than one episode, both Skoda and Olivet are hired to evaluate a suspect, and argue over the appropriate diagnosis. The two doctors have radically different training and education: Olivet is a clinical psychologist with a Ph.
Skoda also has differences in philosophy with Captain Donald Cragen , with whom he argued passionately on cases. She was the medical examiner on SVU throughout the first season and has since been replaced by Dr.
Melinda Warner. Rebecca Hendrix is a former police officer who was at the police academy with Detective Benson. She initially appears for three episodes in the series' sixth season, to replace series regular BD Wong while he was performing in Broadway's Pacific Overtures.
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