A Sunday school teacher is convicted of murdering her husband by spiking his sports drink with windshield washer fluid. Could this pious woman be driven to kill? Or will Chris and Melissa discover that she was the victim of a rush to judgment?
Sunday School Teacher Convicted Of Murdering Husband By Spiking His Sports Drink
There are only two explanations for how Patty Wlasiuk ended up dead after her truck plunged into a lake. Her husband Peter insists it was a suicide attempt, but a jury says he killed her. Now Chris & Melissa try to find out what really happened.
Husband Claims His Wife's Death Was A Suicide Attempt - But Did He Kill Her?
A preacher who worked the mean streets of Far Rockaway Beach, New York is ambushed and murdered. His former lover is arrested and convicted of the crime. But could the dying man's final words be the key to exonerating the man he once loved?
Watch Detective Anderson Press A Former Drug Dealer About Questionable Past
James Kulbicki was a cop with a dark secret...a mistress. When she turned up dead, his fellow officers said he killed her to keep the affair secret. Now Chris and Melissa try to figure out if Jim is innocent or he's where he belongs.
Did A Cop Murder His Mistress To Cover Up His Secret?
David Johnson tagged along with his brother to a New Year's Party. By the end of the night, one man was dead and David was a suspect. Now serving hard time, his family insists he was just a naïve teenager who was at the wrong place at the wrong time.
Watch A Man Serving Hard Time For Murder Explain To Detective His Side Of Story
Three firsts happened to Erick Westervelt in 2004 - He fell in love, he had his heart broken, and he was charged with murder. Anderson and Lewkowicz investigate to see if there's enough evidence to prove his innocence beyond a reasonable doubt.
Watch A Convicted Murder Try To Explain Why He Is Innocent Beyond A Reasonable Doubt
Rapper Mac Phipps was on the fast track to fame when a young fan was shot and killed at one of his concerts. Mac was convicted of the murder but his parents believe he's the victim of old fashioned southern justice.
Was Rapper Mac Phipps Guilty Of Murder? Or A Victim Of Southern Justice?