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Reasonable Doubt

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When a verdict is rendered, it's not necessarily the end of the trial, as the appeals process can take a significant amount of time to go through the system. In this show, two investigators re-examine controversial murder cases in an attempt to help the families of the people convicted of the featured crimes find out if they should appeal or accept the verdict once and for all. In each episode, new developments in the case -- including additional witnesses and evidence -- help to either support the defendant's contention of innocence or point toward the guilty verdict being the correct one. Re-investigating the cases are defense attorney Melissa Lewkowicz and retired homicide detective Chris Anderson.

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In 1988, Virginia Wells is arrested for murdering her parents for money; Chris and Fatima investigate to see if she's serving time for a crime she did not commit.
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In 2008, Ryan Widmer is convicted of murdering his new wife, Sarah, but he swears he's not guilty; Chris and Fatima investigate the evidence to prove his innocence.
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Patty Wlasiuk dies after her truck plunges into a lake in 2002; while husband Peter insists it was a suicide attempt, a jury convicts him of Patty's murder; Chris and Melissa try to figure out what really happened.
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Rapper Mac Phipps is on the fast track to fame when a young fan is shot and killed at one of his concerts; Phipps is convicted of the murder, but his parents believe he's the victim of old-fashioned southern justice.
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aired 387 days ago
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