Michael Crump was a drug dealer convicted of murdering another local dealer in an apparent robbery gone bad. Chris Anderson and Fatima Silva re-examine the case.
When a pregnant woman is killed by an exploding box on her doorstep, her ex is convicted. Now, Mike Johnson's family seek help to prove his innocence.
When high school coach Mike Bernos is found shot dead in a recliner, his adopted son Daniel Blan is convicted. Daniel's wife and childhood friend claim he is innocent.
Claude Garrett says he tried to rescue his girlfriend from a fire in their home but was accused of her murder. Chris and Fatima dig deep for the truth.
Retired TV executive Steven Beard is shot in his own home, but his wife, Celeste, didn't pull the trigger. So why is she in prison for his murder?
Tracy Fortson was the first female deputy sheriff of Oglethorpe County, but was convicted of her boyfriend's murder. Was she framed?
Former police officer Warren Horinek was a mean drunk, so when his wife, Bonnie, was shot dead, he was convicted of her murder. But was he innocent?
When Kathy Middleton died of a gunshot in her own home, police suspected her husband, Ken, killed her. His family insists he was wrongfully convicted.
In 2007, young mother Melissa Flores vanished without a trace and her ex, Ronnie Denny Jr, was convicted of murder. His family is convinced the system got it wrong.
In 1992, a small-time drug dealer was convicted of murdering a teenage boy. His sister and fiancée believe he is serving time for a crime he didn't commit.