In the season-19 episode "Lucky Stiff", Mc Coy begins his election campaign for New York County District Attorney after serving the last season and a half as interim DA.In the season-19 episode "Promote This", in 1991 his wife Ellen (whom he was divorcing) is revealed to have unknowingly employed an undocumented immigrant as a nanny.John James "Jack" Mc Coy is a fictional character in the television drama Law & Order. Chernuchin and portrayed by Sam Waterston from 1994 until the end of the series in 2010. He appeared in 368 episodes of Law & Order, four episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, two episodes of Law & Order: Trial by Jury, two episodes of Homicide: Life on the Street, and the made-for-TV movie Exiled.He is the second-longest tenured character on the show (16 seasons), after Lt. Waterston's performance as Mc Coy on the New York-based series was so popular that it resulted in him being declared a "Living Landmark" by the New York Landmarks Conservancy, along with fellow longtime series cast member Jerry Orbach (who portrayed the popular police detective Lennie Briscoe for 12 years).
The replacement for his former position is Michael Cutter (Linus Roache), a prosecutor with a penchant for recklessness not unlike Mc Coy's own in his younger days.
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In the opening episode of season 20, Mc Coy was revealed to have won the election; he serves as DA for the remainder of this final season of Law & Order.
While he is a brilliant legal mind, Mc Coy has more than a few personal demons.