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Two of the UK's top criminal barristers, Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein, explore historical murders where the convicted went to the gallows pleading their innocence.Investigating cases which bear all the hallmarks of a miscarriage of justice, they join forces with a living member of the convicted criminal's family and a variety of specialist experts to re-examine the crime, evidence and trial.
The barristers investigate the brutal murder of a local inn landlady in a sleepy Oxfordshire hamlet. Was this violent attack truly carried out by the 15-year boy convicted?
The barristers re-investigate the brutal killing of a young German woman at the hands of her mother-in-law in Hampstead in 1954.
The barristers investigate a curious case of poisoning in South Croydon in a tale of deceit, suspected fraud and a murder that caused the demise of an innocent family in 1907.
The barristers investigate a 1962 armed robbery of a south London Co-op, where an employee was killed. Could the man convicted have been ‘fitted up' for a crime he didn't commit?
Top Criminal Barristers investigate the 1937 murder of young lady in Leighton Buzzard, found strangled to death with her own scarf in an alley known as a local ‘lovers lane'.
Top criminal barristers re-examine a failed suicide pact that led to the death of a young woman at the hands of her lover and his subsequent conviction for murder in 1942.
Barristers Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass re-examine a case involving domestic violence, adultery, revenge and murder in an impoverished working-class Yorkshire town in 1903.
The barristers investigate the case of a mother accused of murdering her family at the height of a Poison Panic in Victorian Britain.
The barristers investigate the violent attack of an Irish Catholic in Victorian Darlington by a rival gang, in a case involving dubious evidence and suspected mistaken identity.
The barristers Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass investigate the secret poisoning of a man by his wife in 1930s Lincolnshire, exposed by an anonymous note.
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