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In Reasonable Doubt, two investigators re-examine controversial murder cases to help the desperate families of those convicted decide if it's time to appeal... or accept the guilty verdict once and for all.
In 2011, 19-year-old KC Grondin got his first girlfriend, but later that same year, he was charged with her murder. Chris Anderson and Fatima Silva have been called in by KC's parents, who are convinced he was the victim of a rush to judgment.
Pest control worker Kim Cain was convicted of murdering a 71-year-old Palm Beach socialite. The prosecution argued she found Cain stealing her jewelry to support a gambling addiction. Cain's family is hoping Chris and Fatima can prove his innocence.
Rap star Corey "C-Murder" Miller was convicted of killing one of his fans after a fight broke out at a crowded nightclub. Chris Anderson and Fatima Silva have been called in by C-Murder's family to uncover the truth.
Perry Mikell admits he is a serial cheater incapable of monogamy, but he insists that doesn't mean he killed his wife in a seedy motel room. Now, Mikell's sister & fiancée have called in Chris Anderson & Fatima Silva to see if they got the wrong man
In February 1990, 18-year-old Craig White gets into a truck with his cousin Jesse Watkins and is never seen again. The case goes cold, but after 17 years police suddenly arrest Jesse for Craig's murder. Chris and Fatima investigate.
In August 2008, newlywed Sarah Widmer died in one of two ways: either she was taking a bath and drowned, or her husband Ryan killed her. Chris Anderson and Fatima Silva investigate to see if there's enough evidence to prove his innocence.
In 1988, Virginia Wells was arrested for murdering her parents for money. Chris and Fatima investigate if she's serving time for a crime she did not commit.
Scott Davis' past caught up to him when he found himself on trial for murdering his estranged wife's new boyfriend 10 years earlier. Now his family has called in Chris Anderson and Fatima Silva to investigate what they believe is a miscarriage of justice.
In Dayton, Ohio in 1991, 15-year-old David Clark was convicted of setting a house on fire that killed a 12-year-old girl. Now, two of his sisters have called Chris and Fatima in to investigate and help them prove this was a wrongful conviction.
Jerome Scott is found stabbed to death in his home; 16 years later, police move in on his ex-wife, Patricia Wright, claiming she killed him for money; now, Wright's sister and daughter are on a crusade to prove the wrong person is behind bars.
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