In this true crime docuseries, some of the most dramatic trials of all time are examined with an emphasis on how the media may have impacted verdicts.
After four white NYPD officers shoot the unarmed Amadou Diallo 41 times, defense lawyers press for a change of venue as racial tensions escalate.Watch Now:Amazon
After a woman is raped on a bar's pool table, the trial is televised live on CNN, revealing the woman's identity and the brutal cross-examination.
When Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich finds himself facing a corruption trial, he tries to embrace the media and even goes on "Celebrity Apprentice."
Bernard Goetz shoots four black teenagers on a New York City subway in 1984. His claim of self-defense sets off a controversial, tabloid-fueled trial.
A man reveals his crush to a straight friend on "The Jenny Jones Show." Days later a murder occurs, leading to questions about the show's culpability.Watch Now:Amazon
Charged with fraud and money laundering, HeathSouth CEO Richard Scrushy mounts an outlandish defense and resorts to co-hosting a religious talk show.Watch Now:Amazon