The first trial of Carolyn Warmus ends in a hung jury. In the retrial, a controversial piece of evidence helps convict Carolyn. 27 years later, Carolyn is granted permission to conduct new DNA tests that she believes will finally prove her innocence.
The Mistress and the Murder
After 27 years in prison, Carolyn Warmus speaks for the first time since her release. She details her affair with co-worker Paul Solomon, whose wife Betty Jeanne is found murdered. A dramatic investigation leads to an indictment and a media frenzy.
Part of the prosecution's evidence against Carolyn Warmus for the murder of Betty Jeanne Solomon was a glove found at the scene. But the defense felt that "there was no legal chain of custody" for the glove.