On Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 24, Benson struggles to tie Rob Miller to the murder of a teenage girl while he continues to threaten her and her son.

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Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 24 revolves around the return of Rob Miller.

Benson is nervous about Miller being back on the streets, and to make matters worse, a federal judge has dropped the case against him altogether. Stone is determined to get Miller, but Nikki Staines won't testify.

Benson goes to see Nikki who is terrified because Miller killed her dog. Benson wants to nail Miller anyway. A body is found in the Hudson River -- it's a 16-year-old girl and Benson is convinced Miller killed her.

Miller threatens Benson by showing her how easy it would be to kidnap Noah and tells her to drop the case. Benson refuses.

Stone tells Benson that this incident means a jury could think she has a vendetta against Miller. He has an idea. He goes to see Nikki and they come up with a plan to frame Miller. In court, the victim's friend is blindsided by Stone's claims that Miller paid her off to claim she'd never seen him. They seem to be winning their case until Miller's lawyer calls Nikki.

Nikki confesses on the stand to framing Miller and says she's scared of him. Miller confronts Benson. Benson then confronts Nikki who is glad she did it.

Miller is convicted and Benson is surprised by what Stone has to say to her.

To find out what happens, watch Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 24 online.

Episode Details

On Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 24, a teenager is found dead in the Hudson River, and Lt. Benson suspects Rob Miller is behind the mysterious death.

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Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 24 Quotes

Every bone in her body broken, her organs liquefied... this girl fell out of the sky.


Benson: What was Miller afraid of? Tell me.
Nikki: I can't! Attorney-client privilege, ever heard of it?