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After the First 48 revisits some of the most powerful cases originally featured on the First 48 and features exclusive interviews with detectives, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and families of victims. After the First 48 takes viewers through the dramatic and emotional inside story; from the investigation, to the murder trial itself, the verdict and beyond.
In the Dallas Neighborhood of Oak Cliff, two young men are shot in the head inside a drug house, their bodies, found burned in the trunk of a car. Investigators scramble to find eyewitnesses to the crime and the three suspects, but at trial, no one could say who pulled the trigger. It would be up to the prosecution to paint a gruesome, vivid picture of this brutal crime in the hopes of securing a capital murder conviction.
A Houston woman is beaten, set on fire, and left to die in an attack that police investigators suspect was committed by someone the victim knew.
In Birmingham, AL, a woman, her son and her young niece are stabbed more than 75 times then set on fire inside their apartment. Investigators zero in on the victims' relative. But at trial, the defense claims the suspect's IQ is too low to qualify for the death penalty. It would be up to the prosecution to paint a gruesome, vivid picture of this brutal crime to secure a capital murder conviction and the ultimate punishment.
In Cleveland, a 14-year-old girl was gunned down at her own birthday party when rival gangs opened fire. After interviewing eyewitnesses, detectives hunted down several suspects. But would the prosecutor be able to bring all of the defendants to justice? 1200 miles south, in Miami, a woman was shot over a dozen times during a drug deal gone wrong and lived to tell about it. When the woman identified the man who shot her and killed her boyfriend, Det. Manny Castillo hoped her story would be enough to convict a killer.
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