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Homicide investigations aren't over when the suspect is in custody. It's then that the next phase begins with a high-stakes game of cat and mouse between the prime suspect and the prosecutor tasked with putting them behind bars. Pressure is high to solve the case, and few know that feeling better than Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi, who spent 21 years as a prosecutor with the Brooklyn District Attorney's office, where she held a 35-0 success record in the Homicide Bureau. The six-episode series follows Nicolazzi as she travels across the country to reveal how the nation's top prosecutors tackled their toughest cases, taking viewers inside the fight for justice for victims and their loved ones.
A beloved mother and daughter are senselessly murdered in their rural Florida cottage and their case goes unsolved for years. Then, out of the blue, a mysterious phone call from nearly 1500 miles away leads investigators straight to the killer.
In 1988 Donna Decker was murdered in a brutal home invasion. Witnesses and investigators revisit the case to unravel the tangled web of clues that lead to conviction.
Single mother Donna Willard is murdered at home. The hunt for her killer leads to a series of dead ends until the case breaks in an astonishing direction.
The 1986 murder of law student Tracey Schoettlin shocked Birmingham, Alabama. Investigators reveal how they revived this cold case, and finally won a conviction.
A woman and her young son are brutally murdered. A critical piece of evidence found at the scene sends one detective on a 20-year-long hunt for the killer.
In 1988 Cindy Apelt was found murdered in the Arizona desert. Investigators reveal how painstaking detective work solved her case, and won justice for her family.
After a woman and her daughter are murdered in their rural Florida cottage, the case goes unsolved for years; then, out of the blue, a mysterious long-distance telephone call leads investigators straight to the killer.
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