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Each episode of this true-crime reality series examines a different felon, usually a female, who has committed murder or attempted murder. The victim is usually the perpetrator's partner. The documentary-style series features interviews with friends and family members of the accused and victims, law-enforcement officials, attorneys and other people with first-hand knowledge of the cases.

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When a young father goes missing, authorities suspect his illegal activities, but a revelation about the mother of his children turns the investigation upside down.
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When a young father goes missing, authorities suspect his illegal activities, but a revelation about the mother of his children turns the investigation upside-down.
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A shocking carjacking may have ties to international espionage, or the murderer could turn out to be someone much closer to home.
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A young man is brutally murdered, and a woman is found covered in blood just hours later; she is adamant that she is innocent, and later a twist in the case shocks everyone involved.
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An Arizona socialite makes a gruesome discovery, which leads local law enforcement to ask questions about her troubled marriage; she claims she found a man dead, but police have reason to believe otherwise.
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A young man ends up dead while out hunting; investigating whether this is a case of an accidental shooting, or if there is a more sinister explanation.
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Devoted to raising her daughter's child, a loving grandmother is found executed in her own home; police unfold an ongoing custody battle which leads to suspicions towards those nearest to her grandchild.
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When men who helped a "damsel in distress" turn up dead, authorities investigate.
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When a missing man's body is found, his wife finds herself under a microscope; police want to solve the case before it goes cold.
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The family of a former soldier questions whether or not his death was a tragic coincidence when they learn of a suspicious detail from his wife's past.

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