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Located in the city of Jacksonville, Florida's 'murder capital', this series tells the story of the justice system through the eyes of those who administer it every day.
Elisabeth Anne "Betty" Broderick (born November 7, 1947) is an American former suburban housewife convicted of the November 5, 1989 murders of her ex-husband, Daniel T. Broderick III, and his second wife, Linda (Kolkena) Broderick.
A bludgeoning kills a Connecticut girl; suspects include Kennedy nephews.
David Graham and Diane Zamora were two teenagers who were intensely devoted to each other during high school and had both joined the U.S Naval Academy in Annapolis. While at the academy, Diane confides in roommates that her and David had murdered Adrianne Jones while they were in high school in Mansfield, TX.
It is the attorney's job to create a defense strategy for their client; it is the judge's place to decide whether or not it is a worthy argument. Over the years, some truly unusual defenses have been put forth by innovative lawyers; some have carried the day. Alan Dershowitz, famed trial attorney and author of Abuse Excuses, leads us through three cases that illustrate the bizarre extremes and potential traps of STRANGE DEFENSES.
The story of the murder of Bobby Kent, a seemingly popular student and ideal son who was lured to a remote area by seven of his friends and murdered. The killers claimed that Bobby had been a ruthless bully who had beaten and tormented them.
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