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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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A 75-year-old retired TV executive named Steven Beard is shot in his own home, but his wife, Celeste Beard, didn't pull the trigger, but she is in prison for his murder.
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Small-time drug dealer Roosevelt Myles is convicted of murdering a teenage boy on Chicago's West Side in 1992; now, his sister and fiancée have reached out to Chris Anderson and Fatima Silva, convinced he is serving time for a crime he didn't commit.
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Kathy Middleton dies of a gunshot in her own home and police have three options: it was an accident, suicide, or her husband, Ken, killed her; the police decide on option three; Ken's now doing life but his family insists he was wrongfully convicted.
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High school coach Mike Bernos is found dead in a recliner, his body riddled with 15 bullets; his adopted son, Daniel Blan, is convicted of the murder; Daniel's wife and childhood friend are fighting for his freedom.
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A pregnant woman finds a box at her door, she picks it up and it explodes, instantly killing her and her unborn baby; a multi-year investigation ensues, and her ex is convicted.
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In 2007, young mother Melissa Flores vanishes without a trace; seven years later, police arrest her ex, Ronnie Denny Jr.; and even though her body was never found, Denny is convicted of murder.
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Tracy Fortson was the first female deputy sheriff of Oglethorpe County, Ga.; her life came crashing down when she was convicted of her boyfriend's murder, but her family believes she was framed and wants Chris and Fatima to help prove it.
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Perry Mikell admits he was a serial cheater incapable of monogamy, but he insists that doesn't mean he killed his wife in a seedy motel room; now, Mikell's sister and fiancée have called in Chris and Fatima to see if they got the wrong man.
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Former police officer Warren Horinek is a mean drunk, so when his wife ends up dead from a gunshot wound, he's convicted of her murder.
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In 2011, 19-year old KC Grondin becomes involved with his first girlfriend, then he is charged with her murder; Grondin's parents are convinced he was the victim of a rush to judgment, and they call in Chris and Fatima to reopen the case.
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Claude Garrett says he tried to rescue his girlfriend, Lorie Lee Lance, from a fire that broke out in their home, but a jury decided he was the one who set the fire with one goal in mind: murder.
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Michael Crump may have been a small-time drug dealer, but he wasn't violent; that is, until he was convicted of murdering another local dealer in an apparent robbery gone bad.
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Ten years after charges against him are dropped, Scott Davis is tried and convicted of murdering his estranged wife's boyfriend; Davis' family calls in Chris and Fatima to investigate whether his conviction constitutes a miscarriage of justice.
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Rapper Corey "C-Murder" Miller is convicted of killing one of his fans in a crowded nightclub; Chris Anderson and Fatima Silva are called in by C-Murder's family to uncover the truth.
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Seventeen years after Craig White's disappearance, his cousin, Jesse Watkins, is suddenly arrested for his murder; Chris and Fatima investigate what really happened in 1990.
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Pest control worker Kim Cain is convicted of murdering a 71-year-old socialite in Palm Beach, Fla.; the prosecution argues the victim found Cain stealing her jewelry to support a gambling addiction; Chris and Fatima seek to prove his innocence.
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Jerome Scott is found stabbed to death in his home; 16 years later, police move in on his ex-wife, Patricia Wright, claiming she killed him for money; now, Wright's sister and daughter are on a crusade to prove the wrong person is behind bars.
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In 1991, 15-year-old David Clark is convicted of murdering a 12-year-old girl who died in a house fire; now, Clark's sisters ask Chris and Fatima to investigate his case and help them prove he was wrongfully convicted.
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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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