In Reasonable Doubt, two investigators re-examine controversial murder cases to help the desperate families of those convicted decide if it's time to appeal... or accept the guilty verdict once and for all.
A Dying Plea
Episode 2x10; Aug 22, 2018
Jerome Scott is found stabbed to death in his home; 16 years later, police move in on his ex-wife, Patricia Wright, claiming she killed him for money; now, Wright's sister and daughter are on a crusade to prove the wrong person is behind bars.
2x10: A Dying Plea
2x9: Hero or Killer?
2x8: Lies or Alibis
2x7: A Desperate Daughter
2x6: Suburban Tragedy
2x5: Loose Lips
2x4: The Truck Driver's Wife
2x3: The Code
2x2: High-Stakes Homicide
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