The third season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent premiered September 28, 2003 and ended May 23, 2004.
Samantha Buck temporarily replaced Kathryn Erbe while she was on maternity leave. Buck appeared as G. Lynn Bishop from episode 5, "Pravda" through episode 11, "Mad Hops."
An ambitious young architect, who aspires to design the new World Trade Center, is killed.
There are a string of murders and two were committed at eyewear centers.
A news cameraman from a wealthy family is found murdered.
A woman whose brother died mysteriously on 9/11 disappears.
A journalist for a top New York newspaper has been plagiarizing stories.
Goren and Bishop investigate the brutal slaying of two undercover cops.
A middle-aged woman is found dead, and her husband is the prime suspect.
There is an investigation into a rash of arsenic related deaths in the close-knit community of Channel Island.
A wealthy investment banker on the verge of divorce is killed.
A computer game obsession leads to an untimely death.
The deaths of a private investigator and star high school basketball player are linked.
A rich widow with an unrequited desire to be a performer and star is close to fulfilling her wish.
A deranged bank robber enlists innocent victims as his partners.
A pharmaceutical salesman whose territory was Southeast Asia is found dead, and the cops suspect that he was killed for selling contaminated blood.
A young man, who had been in therapy with an attractive and sexy therapist, is found murdered.
A woman with a dark secret from her youth is murdered.
A neurologist who was about to be an expert witness in a right to die case mysteriously drowns.
A young veterinarian is killed when she stumbles on a nefarious drug smuggling operation which uses horses.
A series of mob-related killings leads the detectives to a new generation of aspiring gangsters.
An elderly black woman who appeared to have died from natural causes is actually the victim of a deadly physician whose patients' deaths have been covered up.
Serial gunshot slayings have detectives targeting a troubled cop.