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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.
In 1988 Mel Ignatow committed a cruel and sadistic torture-murder in Louisville, KY. And he got away with it thanks to the "Double Jeopardy" law.
Behind the facade of a quintessential perfect Southern Belle beats the heart of a killer--and she is on the loose. Newlyweds Tom and Patricia Allanson seemed to have a bright future ahead of them. But just months after their 1974 wedding, Tom's parents were found murdered in their home, the first chapter in the dark saga of the DEADLY MAGNOLIA.
A female detective, working undercover, gathers the evidence needed to convict a man who killed a neighbor by putting poison in her Coca-Cola.
Story of high-profile Atlanta lawyer, Fred Tokars, who hired a gunman to murder his wife in front of their two young children.
The notorious case of Kenneth McDuff, the most infamous sexual predator in Texas history, who was sent to death row for three murders, released because of prison overcrowding, and then raped and killed two more women.
An in-depth account of the horrifying case of child abuse that stunned the nation. Attorney Joel Steinberg was convicted of manslaughter in the death of "adopted" daughter Lisa after charges were dropped against Lisa's adoptive mother, Hedda Nussbaum, who claimed that Steinberg had also abused her. Includes an interview with Nussbaum, plus a detailed look at the family's dysfunctional life.
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