In 2005, a jury found Hollywood legend, Robert Blake not guilty of murder after his wife, Bonnie Lee Bakley, was found shot execution style. We hear the original jurors discuss their controversial verdict over a decade later.
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 case that infamously sparked the Black Lives Matter movement. Zimmerman was found not guilty for the murder of unarmed teen, Trayvon Martin. We hear from the jurors as they justify the hardest decision of their lives.
Members of the original jury, who acquitted Jackson of the molestation of a teenage boy, examine new accusations and hard truths about the superstar’s life. Given the chance to revote, will their outcome change?
A new look at O.J. Simpson through the eyes of original jurors, discussing evidence they weren’t allowed to see during the trial and the horrors of a 10-month sequestration. With new information, will their verdict change after a revote?