Dalia Dippolito

Dalia being told that her husband has been killed

Mike Dippolito, testifying against his now ex-wife

Mike and Dalia in happier times

When Dalia Dippolito returned home from the gym in the early morning hours of August 5, 2009, she came home to a scene that would be anyone’s worst nightmare – police officers were waiting for her and told her that her husband had just been murdered.

But…everything certainly wasn’t as it seemed.

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OJ Simpson


OJ Simpson at sentencing


Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman


OJ Simpson’s parole hearing is coming up on July 20, 2017. Here’s a look back at how he landed in prison.

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Conrad Roy III


Michelle Carter


Michelle Carter, during the reading of the verdict


Conrad Roy at his graduation


At just 18 years old, Conrad Roy III tragically took his own life in July 2014. When police arrived at the scene, they found his cell phone, which would reveal some shocking text messages he had been exchanging with his alleged girlfriend at the time, 17-year-old Michelle Carter. Was Michelle encouraging him to commit suicide, and if so, could she be found legally responsible for his death?

A special thank you to Daniel Medwed from Northeastern University and Kelly Montemurro for her help with researching this case. Follow Daniel on Twitter @DanielMedwed.

To watch the entire trial on YouTube, check out LadyJustice2188’s Channel. This podcast contains selected clips, but you can find the entire trial on that channel (along with many other trials).

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