It Started With a Handshake Chapter 1, a law and order: svu fanfic | FanFiction
The whole bar scene with Amaro and Rollins was cringe-worthy and seemed forced to me. Amaro back on the squad – with a gun no less - after his episode of Benson may be in denial that her own detectives are just as flawed as the . At a later date in court, a doctor testifies for the prosecution about. Nicholas "Nick" Amaro, most likely born in the late s to early s, is a former Amaro is divorced with two children, a daughter named Zara with his ex- wife, seems to be protective of Amanda Rollins and is suspicious of his wife dating to Special Victims after he was accused of being inappropriate with a woman. Rollins and Amaro Fic cause there's not many and mistakes tutelasalute.info I love Nick Amaro and Amanda Rollins together so I had to write something. Amaro knew she'd been having a hard time after everything that happened . Amaro: My Lawyer is working on divorce tutelasalute.info knows it's coming.
Special Victims Unit," he said, taking a fork and taking a bite of the food that was already done. And that's delicious," he moaned as he chewed. So you can wait till it's done," she said in a joking manner. She made a shooing gesture with her hands and Nick held up his hands in defeat.
His mother joined him and he gave her a kiss on her forehead before joining his daughter in the living room. The boiling pot in the kitchen, the aroma of his mother's home cooking, the sound of his daughter's laugh and excitement when something occurred in the cartoon she was watching, and the sweet comfort of his home gave him a feeling of content. Maybe he was overthinking.
He had everything a man would want. He had a family, a home, a wife, a daughter, and now a new job. His life was perfect in the eyes of everyone else so he decided to treat it the same way. This was his life and he decided to accept it. Second grader already, huh? Must have caught some big fish? Her name was Amanda Rollins. She was the first once to walk up to him and shake his hand which he readily accepted. When his hand touched hers, he felt a tingle. He wasn't sure if she felt it too but she smiled at him and he smiled back.
He wasn't sure what this feeling was and he wasn't sure if he wanted to find out. Even so, he did not let it show on his face and figured it would pass.
After all, Amanda Rollins was a beautiful woman. Anyone who didn't agree clearly wasn't right in their mind. Her blonde hair looked like it was scented like strawberries.
Her clear and glowing skin looked fragile and as if it could easily bruise but her demeanor contradicted that.
Her bright blue eyes had so much depth in them and her smile screamed radiance. He listened to Cragen speak about who he'd be partnered with and noticed the upset look of the woman named Olivia Benson. He heard rumors but decided to wait till later to ask his temporary partner, Fin. Barba tells them tomorrow at 9AM.
At arraignment court part 5 on Thursday, November 13, AJ pleads not guilty and Barba asks for remand. AJ looks to Paula and smiles. Afterwards, Benson enters the ladies room where Paula is already there and tries to get her to talk but Paula sticks to her story.
Benson warns Paula it will happen again. Benson says she is concerned about the safety of her and her son and is not concerned about the public perception of black men. Calhoun enters and cuts any change of this off, telling Benson she should know better than to talk to Paula without her counsel.
Calhoun takes Paula away. Paula thinks some people have an interest in her being the victim and that is not going to happen. Benson and Barba watch on as Paula takes responsibility for provoking AJ. She adds they are working on their issues and asks for privacy.
Show, she interviews AJ and Paula who tell their fans now to believe the gutter press and not to believe the haters. Meanwhile, Benson, at home with Noah, is on the phone with Barba who says this is the next stop on the apology tour.
Barba and Benson watch as Paula states AJ proposed and they are getting married later that day. At a later date in court, a doctor testifies for the prosecution about the science behind the force of the blow AJ gave to Paula and the punch could have killed her but she got lucky.
Calhoun cross examines him and brings out that the doctor never examined Paula and his speculation is based on a grainy black and white video and an algorithm.
She also brings out the fact that Paula shows no sign of neurological injury at the time or later. Benson is testifying for the prosecution, stating it is not uncommon for victims of domestic violence to say it is their fault or to refuse to testify. Some are emotionally or financially dependent on their abusers or scared of reprisals. They are most at risk when the victim goes against their abuser or tries to leave.
Under cross examination, Calhoun gets Benson to admit that Paula did not show fear nor did she cite financial dependence as reasons not to testify.
Benson says that is not what she saw in the video. Calhoun mentions her client has expressed regret and will get anger management and spiritual counseling. Benson comments she has heard that before.
Calhoun asks Benson if she believes in the rehabilitative powers of anger management, and Benson replies not always, no. Calhoun brings up the situation where a detective in her squad beat up a civilian who recently returned to active duty after a short stint in anger management. Amaro, sitting in the gallery squirms in his seat. Benson said her detective lost his temper with a horrific child abuser, not his wife.
Amaro looks unhappy and AJ looks pleased. Amaro says he hit her, end of story. Rollins argues they get to decide what is best for her, saying that is infantilizing and is SVU making her a victim all over again. He tells her to take it easy and she asks if he is counting her drinks now, calling him Saint Nick, Savior of Damaged Women.
He says he never laid a hand on Maria, and Rollins asks that he never wanted to. Rollins says Maria got to him, and she still gets to him. He says no, so she pushes his shoulder harder again and again to try to get a rise out of him.
He asks if she is jealous of Maria now, and she asks if that is where they are going now. Rollins thinks this is funny as patrons stare. At SVU, the squad room watches a news conference about the league cracking down on domestic violence or child abuse.
Rollins enters and Fin comments that AJ has no friends left. Rollins comments that Paula gets tarred, too, asking how is this fair to Paula? She says it is the worst night of her life, for their entertainment. Fin says she is preaching to the choir but AJ did hit her. He asks if Nick agrees with that, and she replies that Nick thinks he can save the whole wide world.
Fin says he has learned two things in his 15 years at SVU: He says he just wants her to take care of herself. She says she hears him. They are working to finding positive ways to communicate He performed their wedding ceremony; they have been committed to each other for 10 years and are raising their son in a solid, loving, Christian marriage of equals.
Barba asks about the drinking and Scott says this is another issue they are working on.
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Scott testifies he has never witnessed anything other than a genuine love for each other. Barba asks what he thought about the video of AJ punching his wife, and Scott says he did not watch it. Barba withdraws the question. Afterwards, AJ testifies about how much he loves Paula and he will always regret that night but did not intend to hurt her. He decided to testify as Paula had the strength to sit in the courtroom and if she can be brave enough to sit in here, he can be brave enough to sit here and take responsibility and teach his son to be a man.
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Under cross examination, Barba mentions that AJ lied when he told the police his wife had slipped, and AJ says he knows now that was wrong, he was trying to protect his family. Barba plays back the video of the punch and AJ said he put up his hand to stop her but it was a reflex action.
Barba thinks he is blaming Paula, but AJ says he did not intend to hurl her. He did not call as she came to in a few minutes. Barba brings up the fact at AJ is a professional athlete and is aware of the dangers of losing consciousness only briefly and he chose to ignore that, but AJ counters that he made a judgment call. Barba says he made a judgment call to punch a woman in the face, to drag her unconscious body across a garage and attempt to get out of there before anyone could find out.
Calhoun objects but the judge allows it as AJ says he loves his wife Barba plays back the video asking if AJ loved her, highlighting all the times he manhandled her and hit her. Detective Elliot Stabler Married, divorced, and remarried Kathy Isabel Gillieswho went into labor with the last of their nineteen thousand children while trapped in a wrecked car with Benson. Kids are always doing stupid crap: Went undercover as a bad-touching parolee. Fought with Tutuola most of the time; is more excessive-force citation than man; has been blown up, shot, and stabbed with a pen.
Former partner killed himself. Detective Amanda Rollins Gambling addict who got winged by a sniper. Grifter sister Kim Lindsay Pulsipher set Rollins up for the murder of Kim's boyfriend in a complicated insurance scam, then divested Rollins's apartment of everything but the flypaper and blew town before she could get arrested.
ADA Casey Novak Attacked in court twice, and outside of court once by a fundamentalist wingnut; dated Lake at least once see below. Got her license yoinked for three years after flagrantly unethical behavior. Detective Odafin Tutuola Son has only recently stopped hating him; ex-wife Lisa Gay Hamilton appears to continue hating him, and life, since her father raped her, and the product of that rape, Darius Ludacristurned out a blackmailing psycho.