Next Episode of Judge Rinder's Crime Stories is
ITV Daytime's resident judge, Robert Rinder, is lifting the lid on some of Britain's worst crimes in a brand new documentary series, Judge Rinder's Crime Stories.Used to ruling the courtroom in his own hit TV series, respected criminal defence barrister, Judge Rinder, is stepping out from behind the bench to take a closer look into a variety of major crimes.
Case 1: Rachel Williams
A woman's life is in the balance after she escapes years of coercive control and domestic abuse.
Case 2: Thomas Edwards
The tragic case of 16-year-old Thomas Edwards, who was killed following a hit and run by a driver who was racing another car at speeds of up to 60mph in a 20mph zone. His family bravely tell their story and speak of their injustice at the fact his killer, who was out on licence at the time, won't serve a day in prison for what he did to Thomas.
Case 1: Michelle Stewart
When 17-year-old Michelle Stewart's first relationship came to an end, she was looking forward to moving on and exploring the exciting opportunities that lay ahead. But ex-boyfriend John Wilson had other ideas, failing to accept the break-up, he wanted to make sure that if he couldn't have Michelle, nor could anyone else.
Case 2: David Irwin
When young mum Helen Hill's husband didn't come home after a night out, panic set in, but nothing could have prepared her for the truth behind his absence.
When 38-year-old Michelle Gunshon went missing in December 2004, it wasn't long before police suspected murder, but with no body and a killer on the run, it would be seven years before justice prevailed.
Case 1: Gladys Godfrey
Ground-breaking forensic technology is used to track down the killer of an 87-year-old woman who was brutally murdered in her own home.
Case 2: Ian McNicholl
Male domestic abuse victim Ian McNicholl tells the story of his suffering at the hands of his ex-girlfriend.
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