The Jury Speaks Bonus 104: Primal Fear
Presiding judge Susan Criss reveals that Durst did in fact rehearse his story, which she learned from listening to recorded conversations between Durst and his wife.
Brett Barnes and Macaulay Culkin’s Reactions To Michael Jackson Allegations
The new HBO documentary “Leaving Neverland” is breathing new life into past child molestation accusations against the Michael Jackson, revealing that even some of the boys who once defended the sin
The Jury Speaks Bonus 104: Durst was Rehearsed
Juror Glenda Brents says that Durst's time on the stand was a turning point in the trial for her, because of his rehearsed story.
The Jury Speaks Sneak Peek 105: Robert Blake
After being accused of letting another rich and famous celebrity go free, members of the jury from the Robert Blake trial come together and discuss their experience.
The Jury Speaks Bonus 103: What Was the Purpose?
Trayvon Martin's friend, Rachel Jeantel, feels that Trayvon's case started a conversation that was long overdue.
Who Is Michael Jackson Accuser Wade Robson?
One of the two men who are featured in the new HBO documentary "Leaving Neverland," Michael Jackson is still very much a part of dancer and choreographer Wade Robson's life.
The Jury Speaks Bonus 103: On Being Sequestered
Maddy Rivera shows us around the hotel where she and the other jurors on the George Zimmerman jury were sequestered during the trial.
The Jury Speaks Bonus 103: A Ripple Effect
George Zimmerman's defense attorney, Don West, never anticipated the the ripple effect that resulted from the verdict of this case.
The Jury Speaks Bonus 103: Get Past the Noise
It came down to the language in Zimmerman's charges that helped jurors decide his fate.
Who Is Michael Jackson Accuser James Safechuck?
James Safechuck’s life changed forever after he met Michael Jackson at age 8.
The Jury Speaks Sneak Peek 104: Robert Durst
Robert Durst In 2015, Durst was caught on tape professing, “I killed them all.” We sit down with jurors who found the now-confessed killer not guilty of murder in 2003, and examine the possibility of a misled jury, and the outcome of their revote.
The Jury Speaks Bonus 103: The Power of Social Media
George Zimmerman's defense attorney, Mark O'Mara, notes how social media has brought more awareness to cases like this one.