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Murder and Justice: The Case of Martha Moxley

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The three-part series, hosted by former federal prosecutor Laura Coates, re-examines the infamous murder of Martha Moxley by testing new theories and digging into potentially overlooked clues with help from some of the world's preeminent crime authorities. Coates attempts to understand the question that remains: Why has justice been so elusive for the Moxley family after so many years? The series features new and exclusive interviews with those connected to the case, including former LAPD homicide Detective Mark Fuhrman, trial defense attorney Mickey Sherman and Robert F. Kennedy Jr., as well as conversations with Martha's loved ones.

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Laura Coates delves into new theories about the 1975 murder of Martha Moxley, how Robert F. Kennedy Jr. investigated a potential eyewitness, and how Martha's mother copes without justice.
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A new look at Michael Skakel's 2002 trial to learn how prosecutors put him in jail, how defense lawyers got him out in 2013, and how a potential clue hints that two people might have killed Martha Moxley.
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Laura Coates delves into the tragic 1975 murder of 15-year-old Martha Moxley to learn about a mother's quest for justice, what the crime scene and autopsy reveal about the killer, and how a break in the 23-year cold case ends in arrest.

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