Court TV Podcast
Every week, join Vinnie Politan for the all-new Court TV Podcast. He'll dive into the real-life deceptions, betrayals and murders that lead to justice in the courtroom. If you love geeking-out on trials and crime, you’ve landed on the perfect spot.
Judgment of Amber Guygerexplicit
Shots rang out when off-duty Dallas police officer Amber Guyger found Botham Jean in her apartment, except it wasn’t her apartment. Defense attorneys would call it a tragic accident while prosecutors claimed the shooting was intentional. This week’s Court TV Podcast takes you in for a closer look at this case that sparked outrage across the country with an episode of the original series Judgment with Ashleigh Banfield. From the crime itself to the dramatic acts of forgiveness at the end of this compelling trial, this is Judgment of Amber Guyger.
30 March Finished
Judgment of the "Vampire Clan"explicit
In 1998 vampire obsessed teenager Rod Ferrell pleaded guilty to two counts of felony murder in the brutal killing of a Florida couple. This left just one monumental question: how young is too young for the death penalty? This week’s Court TV Podcast dives deeper into this difficult question with an episode of the Court TV original series Judgment with Ashleigh Banfield. A case full of issues regarding age, mental health, and the death penalty this is Judgment of The Vampire Clan.
23 March Finished
Judgment of the "Sleepwalking Killer"explicit
What would motivate a man to brutally stab his wife, and the mother of his children, forty-four times and then drown her in their swimming pool? In 1997 Scott Falater was accused of doing just that but claimed he had no memory of doing so because he was sleepwalking. This week’s episode dives deeper into his story with an audio edition of the original series Judgment with Ashleigh Banfield. Would he be able to convince a jury that he did not kill his wife in cold blood? This is Judgment of the “Sleepwalking Killer.”
16 March Finished
The Murdaugh Family Murders Part 3explicit
After just three hours of deliberations, the jury in the Murdaugh Family Murders trial came to a decision, finding disbarred attorney Alex Murdaugh guilty of murdering his wife Maggie and his son Paul. Did Alex Murdaugh’s own testimony end up leading to his conviction? Court TV’s Chanley Painter, who was in the courtroom when the verdict came down, joins host Vinnie Politan with post-verdict analysis and reaction to the dramatic conclusion of this trial that captured America’s attention.
9 March Finished
Judgment of Dr. Jack Kevorkianexplicit
Dr. Jack Kevorkian thought it was an act of mercy to help over one hundred and thirty terminally ill patients die a peaceful, pain-free death, but Michigan prosecutors said it was murder. They would spend years convincing multiple juries to convict on murder charges. This week’s Court TV Podcast dives deeper into this case that asks difficult legal and ethical questions regarding a patient’s right to die with an audio edition of the original series Judgment with Ashleigh Banfield. This is Judgment of Dr. Jack Kevorkian.
2 March Finished