The article discusses episodes 17 to 20 of Law And Order Special Victims Unit season 21, titled "Unveiling the Shadows." The first episode, titled "Dance, Lies, and Videotape," focuses on the case of a young dancer who accuses her teacher of sexual assault. The SVU team works to uncover the truth and build a strong case against the predator. In episode 18, titled "Garland's Baptism by Fire," Deputy Chief Christian Garland finds himself in a challenging position when a controversial case involving a high-ranking police officer falls into his hands. He must make difficult decisions while navigating the political landscape of the police department.
In episode 19, titled "The Longest Night of Rain," the SVU team investigates a series of sexual assault cases on college campuses. They go undercover to gather evidence and catch the perpetrators, shedding light on the prevalent issue of sexual violence on campuses. Lastly, episode 20, titled "The Things We Have To Lose," revolves around the case of a young woman who accuses a famous athlete of rape. The SVU team races against time to find evidence and bring the athlete to justice while facing powerful opposition.
Throughout these episodes, Law And Order Special Victims Unit delves into various sensitive and relevant issues such as sexual assault, abuse of power, and the challenges faced by victims in seeking justice. The show aims to raise awareness and start conversations about these important topics.