Gary DiPasquale is an Assistant State's Attorney and serves as a Grand Jury Prosecutor.

Biography

Season 2

DiPasquale is an associate of Bunk Moreland who assists the police in various Homicide cases. The Grand Jury first appear in an unsuccessful summons of Frank Sobotka's union in connection with the investigation of the deaths of thirteen Jane Does found DOA in a shipping container. ("Undertow")

Season 4

DiPasquale summons Old Face Andre with a perjury threat ("Corner Boys") and with a court order to obtain DNA evidence from Stanfield Organization enforcers "Snoop" Pearson and Chris Partlow. ("Final Grades")

Season 5

In 2008, DiPasquale is prominent in obtaining depositions for the Clay Davis trial. ("Not for Attribution")

DiPasquale is later revealed to be responsible for selling sealed grand jury indictments to defense attorneys including Maurice Levy. Lester Freamon suspects DiPasquale because a cursory investigation into his finances showed that he has a major gambling problem. Freamon convinces DiPasquale to cooperate as an informant, and has DiPasquale incriminate Levy in a single party consent telephone conversation. DiPasquale's actions are later covered up as part of a deal between Levy and prosecutor Rhonda Pearlman on charges against the Stanfield Organization. ("-30-")

Production

Appearances

Season 2
"Ebb Tide" "Collateral Damage" "Hot Shots" "Hard Cases" "Undertow"
"All Prologue" "Backwash" "Duck and Cover" "Stray Rounds" "Storm Warnings"
"Bad Dreams" "Port in a Storm"
Season 4
"Boys of Summer" "Soft Eyes" "Home Rooms" "Refugees" "Alliances"
"Margin of Error" "Unto Others" "Corner Boys" "Know Your Place" "Misgivings"
"A New Day" "That's Got His Own" "Final Grades"
Season 5
"More with Less" "Unconfirmed Reports" "Not for Attribution" "Transitions" "React Quotes"
"The Dickensian Aspect" "Took" "Clarifications" "Late Editions" "-30-"

Notes

References

  1. The Wire season 1 crew. HBO (2007). Retrieved on 2007-10-14.
  2. The Wire season 2 crew. HBO (2007). Retrieved on 2007-10-14.
  3. Simon, David (1991, 2006). Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets. New York: Owl Books, photo insert section. 
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