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Life Imitating 'Law and Order'

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Life Imitating 'Law and Order'

Life Imitating 'Law and Order'

Life Imitating 'Law and Order'

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The television show has the mantra of "ripped from the headlines." This week's headlines include stories about O.J. Simpson, Phil Spector and Warren Jeffs. Law and Order writer William Fordes talks with Alex Cohen about how these cases could inspire new episodes.