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Conviction was an American television legal drama on NBC that debuted as a midseason replacement on March 3 2006. It was created by Dick Wolf. The cast includes Stephanie March reprising her Law & Order: Special Victims Unit role as Alexandra Cabot. In the series, Cabot returns to New York City and becomes a bureau chief supervising a group of young but talented assistant district attorneys after a stint in the Witness Protection Program. Other starring cast members include Eric Balfour, Anson Mount, Jordan Bridges, Julianne Nicholson, Milena Govich, and J. August Richards. The series shares several cast members with The Wire.

Shared cast membersEdit

  • Gbenga Akinnagbe has a recurring role as Calvin Wade in Conviction and stars as criminal enforcer Chris Partlow in The Wire.
  • Bruce Kirkpatrick has a recurring role as Detective O'Rourke in Conviction and a recurring role a veteran crime reporter Roger Twigg in season 5 of The Wire.
  • Peter Gerety has a recurring role as Father McMillan in Conviction and a recurring role as Judge Daniel Phelan in The Wire.
  • Michael Mosley plays Detective Calloway in the Conviction episode "Pilot" and an Iraq veteran in The Wire episode "Late Editions".
  • Chris Bauer appears in the Conviction episode "Denial" and stars as Frank Sobotka in The Wire.
  • Edwina Findley plays Tina Brock in the Conviction episode "Denial" and has a recurring role as Tosha Mitchell in season 2 and 3 of The Wire.
  • Marlyne Afflack appears in the Conviction episode "Madness" and has a recurring role as council president Nerese Campbell in season 4 and 5 of The Wire.
  • Sam Freed appears in the Conviction episode "Downhill" and has a recurring role as Executive Editor James Whiting in season 5 of The Wire.

Shared crew membersEdit

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