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'Law & Order' Creator Dick Wolf

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'Law & Order' Creator Dick Wolf

'Law & Order' Creator Dick Wolf

'Law & Order' Creator Dick Wolf

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Law & Order is the longest running drama on network television. After more than 300 shows, and 13 years, the "ripped from the headlines" half cop/half law show is still going strong. It's also inspired two other series: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. There's a new photography book of the show's fictional crime scenes and a new DVD of the show's first season.