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Forensic Files: Convictions Overturned (2 Disc Set)
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Michael Peterson's [The Staircase} legal team actually tried to bring this case in Canada to trial as an example of his innocence, however, the forensics experts in this Canadian case were far more prepared than Peterson's bio-mehanical expert who testified in his trial. No question of his guilt.
The episodes you'll find on this set all address different cases where science helped exonerate a convicted person. All 12 investigations are very interesting. Here are the 12 episodes you'll find on this set:
1. Accident Or Murder: A woman's body was found at the bottom of the basement stairs. Police initially believed that she died as a result of an accidental fall, but when officials learn that her husband had taken out a life insurance policy on her shortly before she died, they knew they had their killer. When an investigator recreates the fall, the results are surprising.
2. All Butt Certain: A six-year-old girl ran and hid when she saw her grandmother being beaten to death, but the man followed her, beat her, and assaulted her. The girl said the man was her Uncle Clarence, and he was convicted because of her identification. His wife was convinced he was innocent, and decided to conduct her own investigation to prove it.
3. Forever Hold Your Peace: Two men confess to a murder that took place behind a restaurant and are sentenced to a life in prison. Eight years later, another man, who sentenced for an unrelated crime, claims responsibility. Who really did it?
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I enjoy watching these shows and will buy more in the future. This particular set was most interesting.Published 11 months ago by pam clark
I have always loved this show. It's amazing how that they can take something as tiny as a blade of hair and it will tell you a ton.Published on September 24, 2013 by Jane Marie Watson
A great series and it's good to find true to life drama on television where nothing is made up Hollywood style.Published on June 16, 2013 by John J. Dunkle