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The Jury Speaks

The Jury Speaks

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The original jurors reveal their unadulterated perspectives on some of the most controversial cases, like The People vs. OJ Simpson and the trial of Michael Jackson.
  • O.J. Simpson

    Episode 1 - 43 mins
    A re-telling of the O.J. Simpson murder trial from the perspective of the jurors.
  • Michael Jackson

    Episode 2 - 43 mins
    A re-telling of the Michael Jackson 2005 criminal trial from the jurors' point of view.
  • George Zimmerman

    Episode 3 - 43 mins
    Exploring the trial that set off the Black Lives Matter movement.
  • Robert Durst

    Episode 4 - 43 mins
    In 2015, Durst was caught on tape professing, "I killed them all." We sit down with jurors who found the killer not guilty of murder in 2003, and examine the possibility of a misled jury.
  • Robert Blake

    Episode 5 - 43 mins
    In 2005, a jury found Hollywood legend, Robert Blake not guilty of murder after his wife, Bonnie Lee Bakley, was found. We hear the original jurors discuss their controversial verdict.

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