Justin Back

 

Austin Myers

 

Tim Moseley

 

In January 2014, a gruesome murder would result in the conviction of 19-year-old Austin Myers, Ohio’s youngest death row inmate. Many advocates for Austin believe his sentence was unfair, due to the fact that he never actually touched the murder weapon.

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Music in this episode:

Holly Bobo

 

Zach Adams

 

Zach at his trial

 

Jason Autry, testifying against Zach

 

Shayne Austin

 

Shayne compared to the sketch Holly's friend created

 

20-year-old Holly Bobo went missing from her home near Parsons, Tennessee, on the morning of April 13, 2011. For years, her family was in the dark as to what happened to her, until finally, progress was made in the case. But would the trial of Zach Adams finally provide the answers?

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Darren Mack

 

Charla Mack

 

Judge Chuck Weller

 

Darren and Charla

 

Darren in court

 

In June 2006, the town of Reno, Nevada was rocked by a brutal murder, the shooting of a judge, and a week-long manhunt for the suspect.

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Denise and Aaron, at a news conference after her recovery

 

Aaron's house

 

Matthew Muller

 

Matthew Muller

 

A 29-year-old woman goes missing in Vallejo, California in 2015, and the details surrounding her disappearance are bizarre, to say the least. There are many things in this case that may surprise you and have you thinking that you know what’s going on, until you don’t.

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Kelly Cochran

 

Kelly testifying

 

Christopher Regan

 

Chief Frizzo

 

Detective Ogden

 

It all started with a missing persons report that was filed on October 27, 2014. Christopher Karl Regan hadn’t been seen for two weeks and his friends and family were worried about him. The main suspect in his disappearance was Kelly Cochran, a married woman he had been secretly dating. But did Kelly really kill him, or did her husband have something to do with it?

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Michelle at her sentencing

 

Earlier this month, Michelle Carter was sentenced for her role in the suicide death of her boyfriend, Carter Roy. I cover the sentencing hearing and drill down what it means with Daniel Medwed, from Northeastern University.

Note: This is an update to Episode 29 The Death of Conrad Roy (Michelle Carter Trial).

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Jason and Molly

 

The Corbett home

 

Photograph taken by police of Molly's alleged injuries (1 of 2)

 

Photograph taken by police of Molly's alleged injuries (2 of 2)

 

Thomas Martens after the incident

 

Molly and Thomas mugshots

 

Molly and Thomas walking into court

 

In the early morning hours of August 2, 2015, 39-year-old Jason Corbett was found lying dead on the floor of his master bedroom. His wife, Molly Martens, and her father, Thomas Martens, claimed they killed Jason in self-defense. But was that really the truth or would a different story emerge at trial?

A special thank you to Alex Rose from WGHP Fox 8.  Follow Alex on Twitter @AlexRoseNews.

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Edited, Mixed and Mastered by Jon Keur of Wayfare Recording Co. (www.wayfarerecording.com)

Music in this episode:

Andrea and Rusty Sneiderman

 

Andrea's mugshot

 

Hemy Neuman's mugshot

 

Hemy Neuman at his first trial

 

Andrea testifying at Hemy's first trial

 

Andrea at her sentencing

 

Hemy at his retrial

 

Although Hemy Neuman was convicted in the last episode, this case still isn’t over – more charges, more courtroom drama, and more lies.

Edited, Mixed and Mastered by Jon Keur of Wayfare Recording Co. (www.wayfarerecording.com)

Music in this episode:

Andrea and Rusty Sneiderman

 

Andrea's mugshot

 

Hemy Neuman's mugshot

 

Hemy Neuman at his first trial

 

Andrea testifying at Hemy's first trial

 

Andrea at her sentencing

 

Hemy at his retrial

 

On November 18, 2010, a tragedy occurred at the Dunwoody Prep Daycare in Dunwoody, Georgia. A young father was gunned down after dropping off his 2-year-old son. The person who pulled the trigger was caught shortly thereafter, but was there a conspiracy behind the death?

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Music in this episode:

Ramsay Scrivo and his mother, Donna Scrivo

 

Donna Scrivo in court

 

Donna Scrivo, testifying

 

Assistant Prosecutor William Cataldo, cross examining Donna

 

In January 2014, a horrific discovery was made along the side of the road in St. Clair Township, Michigan. What followed was an intense trial with testimony that seemed to be unbelievable….but was it?

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