Judgment of Dr. Jack Kevorkian2 March - 44 mins explicit
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.
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Someone They Knew: Teenage Terror and The East Mountain Murdersexplicit
When three high schoolers are gunned down in their car, police launch an investigation into why their lives came to such a violent end. Ten years later, that investigation reaches a dramatic conclusion in an Albuquerque courtroom. This week’s Court TV Podcast dives deeper into this dramatic case with an audio edition of our original series Someone They Knew with Tamron Hall. The featured episode is titled “Teenage Terror and the East Mountain Murders.”
25 May Finished
Someone They Knew: Ten Years Afterexplicit
When a fire breaks out in Krystina Sutherland’s apartment building, the first suspect is her ex-boyfriend and father of her children, but his iron-clad alibi led authorities to an unlikely suspect in a case that took a decade to resolve. This week’s Court TV Podcast features an audio edition of our original series, Someone They Knew with Tamron Hall which examines crimes committed by those closest to the victim. This week’s episode is titled “Ten Years After.”
18 May Finished
Idaho v. Lori Vallow Daybell - The Verdictexplicit
After more than eight hours of deliberation over two days, the jury returns a verdict on Lori Vallow Daybell's seven charges for the murders of her two youngest children, JJ Vallow and Tylee Ryan, conspiring to kill her fifth husband’s wife, Tammy Daybell, and as stealing the Social Security benefits intended for her children.
15 May Finished
Idaho v. Lori Vallow Daybell - Closing Argumentsexplicit
During closing arguments, the State argues Lori is the common thread in these three murders, while the defense blames Chad Daybell's influence over her. The State brought back the theme from openings of money, power, and sex and said Lori is the common thread in these three murders... she is the one person who ties this all together. The state also points out Lori’s story changes dramatically in October 2018, when she read some of Chad’s end-of-the-world books, then met him. The defense attacks the state’s money, power, and sex argument, saying Lori wanted to be a leader, but she wasn't leading anyone, she's following Chad.
3 hours 56 mins
12 May Finished
Idaho v Lori Vallow Daybell: Day 21explicit
1 hour 22 mins
12 May Finished
Idaho v. Lori Vallow Daybell - Day 20explicit
FBI investigator Nicole Heideman testifies to Chad Daybell's 'James and Elena story.' The state rests, and Lori decides not to testify. Then, two hours after the state, the defense rests.
2 hours 59 mins
12 May Finished