As much as we may understand the desire to avoid the taking of any life, the Trump DOJ's efforts to seek the death penalty in certain cases was both moral and legally correct.
"Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" Season 22 is airing this fall on NBC, and will soon be streaming online for fans eagerly anticipating the return of Olivia Benson.
A survey conducted for Newsweek found that just 4 percent of registered voters in swing counties considered "law and order" a key policy area that would determine how they vote.
Despite Trump describing himself as the "law and order" candidate, only 44 percent of likely voters say they trust the president to keep the peace.
The recognition comes after Trump spent the summer rebranding his re-election campaign under the "law and order" banner.
The endorsement from the nation's third largest state police chiefs association comes ahead of Trump's Monday night campaign rally in Florida.
The president said his "pro-police" campaign is necessary for Blacks and Latinos to feel safe in Democratic-run cities.
Among suburban white women, 94 percent said they feel "very" or "somewhat" safe.
"Donald Trump is nothing if not a good marketer," one branding expert told Newsweek. "He proved that in the first election, and you can see him doing the same thing heading into this election."
Frank Luntz told the BBC that the president is "off in his language" on crime which might hand victory to his Democrats rival.
"It's seen as a dog whistle. It's not just about crime," one historian said of the law and order message.
"President Trump has repeatedly sided with law and order," the organization said in their endorsement for Trump's election this November. This is the first time the LSA has backed a presidential candidate.
The rapper said that the people at the show warned him to not say that he was in Spain. Ice-T ultimately said that it was a good show.
Marc Levin of Texas Public Policy Foundation's Right on Crime initiative debates Rafael A. Mangual of Manhattan Institute and City Journal.
One ultimate check upon presidential power comes in the form of the ballot box.
"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" former co-stars Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni recently reunited in real-life, in the lead up to their characters coming back together for the first time in a decade.
Republicans should paint a bold contrast with Democrats on the issues of law and order and policing.
With cities across the country seeing mass protests against police brutality, President Donald Trump wants a "law and order" narrative.
"A wild card now is POTUS, what he will order," a senior military officer told Newsweek. Federal troops are being readied in response to White House requests.
The "Law & Order" universe is about to be expanded with another series that will see Christopher Meloni return as his "Special Victims Unit" character Elliot Stabler for the first time in a decade.