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He Told His Opponent to ‘Go to Hell’: How Sam Waterston’s Jack McCoy Left ‘Law & Order’

In the latest episode of “Law & Order,” veteran character Jack McCoy, played by Sam Waterston, concluded his illustrious tenure as Manhattan District Attorney. The episode, titled “Last Dance,” witnessed McCoy prosecuting his final case before resigning from his position to safeguard colleague Nolan Price’s job.

The case centered on the murder of Veronica Knight, with affluent tech billionaire Scott Kelton emerging as the primary suspect. Knight’s intention to publicly accuse Kelton of rape from years prior served as the motive for her murder. As the trial unfolded, tensions escalated as Price and ADA Samantha Maroun struggled to secure a crucial witness to corroborate Knight’s allegations.

Amid mounting pressure from the mayor and threats to his career, Price sought counsel from McCoy. Unyielding in his commitment to justice, McCoy intervened and assumed control of the trial’s conclusion. In a poignant address to the jury, McCoy reflected on his steadfast dedication to upholding integrity and fairness throughout his tenure.

Ultimately, Kelton was convicted, and McCoy tendered his resignation, ensuring Price’s continued employment. As McCoy bid farewell to Price over a glass of Scotch, viewers witnessed his departure from the courthouse, marking the end of an era for the beloved character.

The episode served as a fitting tribute to McCoy’s legacy, encapsulating his unwavering commitment to justice and ethical conduct.

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